About Our Detroit Urgent Care Center

As Detroit’s preferred urgent care and infusion center, we pride ourselves on offering the highest-quality urgent care services right when you need them. Our owner is a board-certified physician with more than two decades of experience providing both health care treatment and advice to each of our patients. Sherwood Urgent Care’s primary goal is to help our patients live happier and healthier lives.

Should you have an insurance question, do not hesitate to ask. Don’t risk your health due to payment fears. Our healthcare practice accepts most insurance plans and offers affordable payment plans for those who are in a financial situation that demands flexibility. Out-of-pocket copays are due at the time of service.

We are conveniently located on Livernois Avenue with easy access and plenty of parking. Stop in to our urgent care clinic and infusion center today. We look forward to helping you reclaim your health.

Sport Physicals

Our Special $15 Sport Physical – Come in to our urgent care clinic and infusion center anytime, no appointment necessary. This is an important initial step for safety before playing a new sport. A careful medical history is documented to help understand family illnesses as well as ongoing chronic conditions. It is important to know if the individual has had a history of allergies or is on any medications. During the physical exam, careful attention is paid to height and weight as well as their vital signs including blood pressure and pulse. A careful eye exam is performed as well as evaluating all the major organs and bony structures.

Laceration Repair

Minor lacerations are easily repairable with sutures and sometimes glue. The surface must be thoroughly cleaned and have foreign bodies removed. The goal is to control bleed and approximate the edges to minimize the wound. A local anesthetic will be used, and repair done under sterile technique. Often the patient requires a tetanus shot and antibiotic ointments following the procedure. Suture removal is typically done seven to 10 days later.

Infusion Therapy

Infusion therapy involves the administration of medication through a sterile catheter into a vein. This used to be used strictly in hospitals, but now it’s available in outpatient infusion centers. No matter the illness, infusion therapy is used to help patients who cannot take medication orally. Sherwood Urgent Care’s nurses are trained and licensed to administer medication through infusion.