Mercy Expands Urgent Care Services, Opens First Mercy-GoHealth in Midwest City

August 30, 2022

Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care opened a new location in Midwest City, its ninth in central Oklahoma. The new clinic is in the Center Marketplace shopping area at 5908 S.E. 15th St., two miles north of Tinker Air Force Base.

The Midwest City location will offer treatment for hundreds of common health concerns for adults and children 6-months and older, including COVID-19, flu, fever, asthma, allergies, minor cuts, burns, pink eye, urinary tract infections, fractures, sprains, strains and more. Onsite X-ray services and COVID-19 testing are available. The center will be open seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.

“South Oklahoma City and the surrounding communities are growing rapidly, and Mercy is committed to growing with it to provide access close to home,” said Dr. Jesse Campbell, president of Mercy Clinic Oklahoma. “In the last few years, Mercy has opened a hospital, rehabilitation hospital and multiple specialty clinics in the area. The addition of a new Mercy-GoHealth fills the need for urgent care services we know are so important for busy families and people on the go.”

Mercy doctor's coat Mercy GoHealth Midwest City

Patients who need to be seen can easily walk into any Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care center or go online to reserve a spot and pre-register. In addition to treating non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries, the center offers sports physicals for kids just in time for sports seasons.

“Easy access to on-demand, affordable health care is essential for developing healthy communities,” said Sherry Buebendorf, regional president, Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care. “We are proud to provide Midwest City and its surrounding communities with convenient access to urgent care that is directly connected to the vast primary care and specialty services at Mercy. We look forward to further expanding our platform across Oklahoma and improving the health of the people who live and work here.”

Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care centers feature an innovative, award-winning design. Wood accents, curved surfaces and customer-friendly technology create a uniquely comfortable environment. Widescreen monitors allow patients to follow along as providers update their charts.

Unified electronic medical records, including those at Mercy-GoHealth, can be accessed by caregivers across the Mercy health care system. 

Mercy-GoHealth Urgent Care also serves Oklahomans at eight existing locations, including Edmond, North Edmond, Moore, Norman, Nichols Hills, Northwest Oklahoma City, Northwest Expressway and Quail Springs.