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Published on March 28, 2011

Urgent Care Opens in Freeland, Occupational Health Now Also Provided

Family Medicine Physician Kenneth MacKinnon, M.D., and a patient. Urgent care service is now available at MidMichigan Health Park – Freeland, 5694 Midland Road, adjacent to the Freeland SportsZone. MidMichigan Urgent Care – Freeland provides walk-in medical care with no appointment necessary for illness and minor emergencies. Occupational health services also are now provided.

Examples of illness and minor emergencies treated by providers at MidMichigan Urgent Care – Freeland include: cold or flu symptoms, coughs, sore throats, earaches, minor cuts and scrapes where bleeding is controlled, sprains, strains and possible broken bones, minor burns, rashes and insect bites, and physical exams for work, school or camp.

MidMichigan Urgent Care - Freeland is staffed by licensed physicians, has on-site lab and X-ray and accepts most insurance plans. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Individuals seeking walk-in care may visit Urgent Care during hours of operation or call (989) 695-4999.

Those businesses interested in arranging occupational health services for their employees may contact the occupational health director at (989) 633-1340 or visit

MidMichigan Health Park – Freeland is a service of MidMichigan Health. In addition to Urgent Care walk-in treatment and occupational health, services include primary care physicians, specialty physicians, physical and occupational therapy, lab, X-ray and home medical equipment. Those interested in more information about services provided at MidMichigan Health Park – Freeland may call (989) 695-4950 or visit

Occupational health services also are provided at MidMichigan Urgent Care – Freeland. Services include: pre-and post-employment physicals including Department of Transportation (DOT) exams, Hazmat exams, drug and alcohol tests meeting DOT, NIDA and other regulatory protocols; treatment of work-related injuries, pulmonary function and respirator fit testing, flu, tetanus and Hepatitis B vaccinations, and workplace wellness programs.