Minor Medical Centers & Health Clinics
Baptist Minor Meds offers four locations in the Memphis area for your urgent care needs
Baptist Minor Medical Centers provide convenient alternatives to crowded emergency rooms and delayed doctor appointments. Similar to walk-in centers or after-hour clinics, all Baptist Minor Meds are open seven days a week for your urgent care needs - no appointment necessary. Our clinics feature X-ray capabilities, in-house labs, EKGs, and a highly qualified staff that can attend to your urgent health care needs, whether it’s treating an injury, a fever, rash, or more.
Baptist Minor Medical Centers accept most insurance plans and treat both adults and children (12 months and older).
Urgent Care Clinic Locations
Pre-register With Our At Home Smart Phone App
The Minor Med Rest & Relax at Home Smart Phone application gives patients the ability to pre-register and check in to any of Baptist's four minor medical centers in the greater Memphis, Tennessee area from their home or place of work. A staff member will get the patient's information over the phone and call the patient when a room is ready.
What are common non-ER conditions treated at Baptist Minor Meds?
- Workers compensation
- Flu symptoms
- Twisted or sprained ankles
- Cuts, bumps, and sprains
- Cough, cold, or sore throat
- Skin rash
- Ear infection
- Wound care
- Animal bites
- Preventive medicine
- Sinus infections
Why use a Minor Med for urgent care?
- Avoid long waits at the ER
- Walk in without an appointment
- Most insurance companies offer a lower copay for urgent care visits versus trips to the ER
- Flexible hours: All Baptist Minor Meds are open seven days a week, except for some holidays.
- Receive care from the same licensed professionals as in an ER or primary care clinic
When should I go to the emergency room?
The following may be warning signs that you need more critical care than is provided at Baptist Minor Meds:
- Fainting or unconsciousness
- Choking or difficulty breathing
- Continuous bleeding
- Coughing or vomiting blood
- Severe or persistent vomiting
- Chest pain
- Upper abdominal pain or pressure
- Head or spine injury
- Sudden, severe pain
- Sudden dizziness, weakness, or blurred vision
- Ingestion of a poisonous substance
- Motor vehicle accident, burns, smoke inhalation, near drowning, or severe wound
- Suicidal or homicidal feelings