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Skilled Urgent Care Team Offering Physicals in Westwood, MA

Urgent Care Physicals Westwood MAPhysicianOne Urgent Care proudly performs physicals for families in Westwood, Massachusetts, and surrounding areas. We understand how difficult it can be to fit a physical into your already-busy schedule. Plus, it can take weeks or even months to get an appointment with your primary care provider, and waiting that long isn’t an option when you’re facing a looming physical exam deadline. That’s why we offer the following types of physicals on a walk-in basis:

Be sure to bring any necessary exam forms, a copy of your child’s most recent immunization record, your driver’s license, and the $80.00 fee (payable by cash, debit card, or credit card). Although we don’t submit walk-in physicals to our patients’ health insurance providers (because insurers generally allow for only one annual physical with a primary care provider), you should also bring along your insurance card for future reference.

Urgent Care CDL/DOT Physicals

We also offer CDL/DOT physicals for commercial drivers, although this type of physical requires an appointment. Please bring a copy of the exam form (with Sections 1 and 2 completed), a copy of the medical examiner’s certificate, and the $150.00 fee.

Visit Our Westwood Urgent Care Center

If your child needs a camp physical, school physical, or sports physical, stop into PhysicianOne Urgent Care’s Westwood location whenever it’s most convenient for you. Our office — located at 211 University Avenue in University Station — is open on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on weekends and holidays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Or, if you require a CDL/DOT physical, call us to schedule an appointment at a time and date that works well for you.

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