When you need immediate care for minor emergencies or walk-in services, North Arkansas Regional Medical Center’s (NARMC) Mediquick clinic is ready to serve you. Mediquick recently welcomed two new faces, Dr. Jennifer Sadler and Jennifer James, APRN.
Mediquick is an acute care clinic that specializes in short-term treatment for urgent medical conditions or providing care when you cannot get in to see your primary healthcare provider quickly. Services offered at Mediquick include but are not limited to physical exams, adult immunizations, TB testing, drug screening, treatments for urinary tract infections, bites, stings, cuts, burns, sprains, broken bones and on-site lab and x-ray, EKG’s and allergy injections, splinting, laceration repair, and diagnostic and treatment resources.
Dr. Sadler is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and is a University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences graduate who comes to Mediquick after more than two decades of experience in emergency medicine. Her background in emergent care will help her to care for her patient's urgent medical needs.
“When they come to us with an acute need, they can expect quality care because that is my specialty,” Dr. Sadler said. “Having the ability to recognize the type of care needed and level of urgency needed, is so crucial.”
The clinic is open late and on weekends to serve the community.
Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Physicians Clinics-Lower Level
724 North Spring Street
Harrison, AR 72601