South Milwaukee will soon have an urgent care option.
Physicians Urgent Care — a non-affiliated group of physicians based in Rockford, Ill. — is bringing a 3,500 square-foot center to the Shops of Drexel Square at 3111 S. Chicago Avenue, adjacent to ALDI.
The center will be open daily, Monday-Friday 8 to 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 8 to 4 p.m.
The South Milwaukee Plan Commission approved the development in August, and construction has begun. The clinic is expected to open in April.
Welcome to South Milwaukee!
From the Physicians Urgent Care website …
Physicians Urgent Care, also known as Physicians Immediate Care, is a Midwest leader in urgent care and occupational health services with over 40 locations in Illinois and Indiana. No appointments are required, and most clinics are open seven days a week, up to 12 hours a day, to treat non-life threatening illnesses and injuries. Our clinics are staffed by a doctor or advanced practice provider, under the supervision of a doctor, who provides quality, caring service, and effectively diagnoses and treats a variety of injuries and ailments. …
Physicians Urgent Care, also known as Physicians Immediate Care, was founded in early 1987 under the leadership of John J. Koehler, M.D., in Rockford, IL. Today the company is led by Stan Blaylock, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Dr. Koehler, Founder and Medical Director for Occupational Medicine. For more than 30 years, we’ve been dedicated to bringing affordable and convenient health care to the communities that we serve.
Another location is opening in Mount Pleasant, the first for Physicians Urgent Care in Wisconsin.