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Emergency Services Hoboken
CityMD Urgent Care Hoboken

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231 Washington Street Map
Route Hoboken, NJ   07030  
231 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 754-1006
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CityMD has a Hoboken Urgent Care location on 231 Washington Street that values convenience, quality of service, and superior medical care. With several locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, Rockland County, and New Jersey, CityMD Urgent Care is always there when you need it. Our highly trained staff uses electronic medical records and electronic pharmaceutical transactions, and our board-certified emergency medical physicians will see you quickly, then they take the time to give you the right diagnosis, answer your questions, and set up the aftercare you need. We want you feeling better when you leave.

CityMD Hoboken can be found at 231 Washington Street . The following is offered: Emergency Services . In Hoboken there are 3 other Emergency Services. An overview can be found here.

Keywords Urgent Care, Walk In, Adult & Pediatric Care, Emergency Care, Immidiate Care.


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  • Cuts, scrapes, wounds & lacerations

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  • Sprains, strains

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  • Minor fractures & dislocations

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  • Broken bones

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  • Minor burns

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  • Rashes and insect bites

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  • Abscess, boils

    An abscess forms when bacteria gets below the skin. Pus begins to build up under the skin causing swelling, redness, and pain. Cuts, scrapes, and bug bites can turn into abscesses if they aren’t kept clean, and shaving or waxing can create a pathway for bacteria to invade the skin. Parts of your body with more sweat glands, like your armpits, groin, and genital area, are more prone to abscesses. In breastfeeding mothers, untreated mastitis can develop into an abscess requiring drainage. If you have pain and localized redness under your skin, if you have swelling or warmth, or if pus begins to ooze out, seek urgent medical treatment because an abscess may be forming. Most abscesses require surgical incision and drainage, particularly if you develop a fever or have pre-existing medical conditions such as diabetes, kidney problems and/or receiving the medical treatments such as dialysis, chemotherapy or steroids. At CityMD urgent care, our doctors will numb the area using a topical anesthetic. We’ll make an incision on the abscess with a small surgical knife and drain out the pus. Once the pockets are drained, we’ll pack the abscess with sterile gauze to prevent the pus from reforming. Upon completion of the treatment, we’ll book you a follow-up appointment in two days to examine the wound and determine if you need further treatment. For immediate, fast, and comprehensive care, just walk in any of our urgent care clinics today! You may also register online or call us at 212-772-3627 with any questions. EDDIE’S STORY During his morning shower, Eddie found a red bump in his armpit. He thought it was a strange place for a pimple, but didn’t think twice about it. Throughout his workday at the coffee shop, it started to bother him more. He closed up the shop at 8pm, and went home, finally able to check it again. He was alarmed to see that it had gotten redder and bigger. He touched it gingerly, and some pus started to ooze out. By now, it was late, but he tried his primary care physician anyway. The doctor was alarmed when he heard Eddie’s symptoms and said that Eddie should come see him in the morning. But Eddie has to open the coffee shop at 10 and the doctor doesn’t get into the office until 11am. Eddie’s only option is to get someone to cover for him, even though he can’t really afford to lose a day’s work. He texts one of his coworkers with the request, and gets a text back—“Try CityMD urgent care. They’re open late.” And sure enough—the CityMD nearest to Eddie is still open and he can just walk in, no appointment needed. Eddie walks in with just fifteen minutes before they’re supposed to close. He knows how he feels when someone comes into the coffee shop while they’re getting ready to close up, but the staff at CityMD is friendly and welcoming. The doctor sees Eddie right away, and takes his time to make sure Eddie gets the treatment he needs. He drains his abscess, and packs it so it would heal. With the late evening hours, it will be easy for Eddie to stop by in two days for follow up care—without missing any work.

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  • Allergic reactions

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  • Fever

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  • Dehydration requiring IV hydration

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  • Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting & stomach flu

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  • Congestion & upper respiratory infections

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  • Cough, cold & flu

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  • Migraines & headaches

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  • Bronchitis, wheezing & asthma attacks

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  • Ear infections, earaches & foreign body removal

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  • Corneal abrasions

    The eyes are the windows to the soul, and our bodies work very hard to protect them. Our eyelashes filter out small particles, and our lids reflexively close to cover our eyes and protect them from harm. However, damage can occur if something strikes the surface of your eye, which is protected by the cornea. This is called a corneal abrasion. Anything that comes near your eye can damage it. Dirt, dust, sand, or any small particles flying in the air can hit your cornea. Rubbing your eye to get the particles out can intensify the damage, so you should always flush it with water and seek medical attention. Most corneal abrasions will heal on their own, but if the foreign object is still in your eye, CityMD urgent care doctors can remove it safely. Your fingernails can also cause damage, and so can makeup applicators. Always use caution near your eyes to prevent damage. Keep contact lenses clean and hydrated. Never rub your eyes vigorously, if they become irritated. At CityMD urgent care, we can stain your eye to see if anything is still on it and safely remove the object. We will then advise you on the most effective aftercare to facilitate quick healing. If necessary, we will apply antibiotic ointment to prevent infection. For immediate, fast, and comprehensive care, just walk in any of our urgent care clinics today! You may also register online or call us at 212-772-3627 with any questions. LOU’S STORY A summer Sunday always means a day at Long Beach for Lou and his family. And with three boys ages 8, 10, and 12, there’s always lots of rough play both in the water and out of it. Lou loves to get wild with his kids, but while throwing the football around, he dives to catch it and lands face first in the sand. When he gets up, he feels like he has something in his eye. He blinks and blinks, but it doesn’t seem to come out. He rinses it with some bottled water, but it still feels irritated. Lou doesn’t want to drive far with his vision impaired, but thankfully there’s a CityMD urgent care clinic very close by. The doctor washes his eye and lets him know that the small corneal abrasion will heal on its own in a few days. His boys are disappointed that their beach day is cut short, but since the doctors see Lou right away, they don’t have to wait for long and soon they’re back home with only a week before their next trip to the beach.

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  • Nose bleeds (packing available)

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  • Sore throat & strep throat

    At CityMD urgent care, we offer a rapid strep tests for strep throat that provide results within five minutes. If you need antibiotics, we’ll prescribe them. We can also advise you on best practices to prevent the illness from spreading, such as frequent hand washing and replacing your toothbrush. Diagnosing Strep Throat You will need a strep throat test to identify if your sore throat is more than just a viral infection (pharyngitis). When your sore throat is caused by the streptococcal bacteria, then your sore throat is a group A streptococcal (or strep) infection, and you will need antibiotics, usually amoxicillin or penicillin. A regular sore throat comes on gradually, but strep throat often comes on very suddenly and severely. You may have a high fever (above 101 degrees), and your lymph nodes and tonsils may swell. If you’re able to look at your own throat, it may appear bright red, and be covered with spots that are white or yellow. Treating Strep Throat Once you get a rapid strep test and start taking antibiotics for strep throat, you should be able to return to normal activities such as work, school, or daycare after the first 24 hours of treatment. Failing to take antibiotics could mean that you are contagious for as long as three weeks. If your family keeps getting strep over and over again, you may want to consider getting your whole family to take a strep throat test to find out if one of you is a carrier. Carriers harbor the strep bacteria but do not manifest symptoms. Treating the carrier may break the strep cycle. Strep throat is highly contagious and occurs most often in children between the ages of five and fifteen. Failing to treat strep throat can lead to complications, ranging from ear infections and sinusitis to more severe illnesses like rheumatic fever and scarlet fever, and even a rare kidney infection known as post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis. For immediate, fast, and comprehensive care, just walk in any of our urgent care clinics for a rapid strep test today! You may also register online to expedite your wait time, or call us at 212-772-3627 with any questions.

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  • Pink eye

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  • Urinary tract infections

    What is a UTI? A urinary tract infection (UTI) happens when bacteria from the skin of the genitalia or rectal area finds its way into the urinary tract. The bacteria multiply in the urethra or bladder causing an infection. Symptoms of a UTI include frequent urination, burning while urinating or having the urge to urinate with only little urine coming out. Women may also have pain in the pelvic area. For people of all ages, risk factors of contracting a UTI include sexual activity and poor hygiene. Men over the age of 50 are at increased risk for UTI because of enlarged prostate. Get UTI testing and treatment at the first sign of possible symptoms, as waiting could lead to complications including a serious kidney infection called pyelonephritis. At CityMD, we provide urgent care UTI services to quickly diagnose and treat your UTI in a single visit. For immediate, fast, and comprehensive UTI testing and care, walk into one of our urgent care clinics today! You may also register online or call us at 212-772-3627 with any questions. Grace’s Experience With Urgent Care With only six weeks left before her due date, Grace and her husband are enjoying the holidays in New York City, one last getaway before their first child arrives. It feels like a world away from their home upstate, and the whole city is filled with festive lights and seasonal decorations. But some discomfort is preventing Grace from enjoying things as much as she’d like to and she has the sneaking suspicion that she has a UTI. She knows pregnant women have to use the bathroom more frequently than normal, but this is getting ridiculous. And now she’s even having some pain. which gives her. She feels bad interrupting her OB on Christmas Eve, but doesn’t know what her options are. The concierge at their hotel points them to CityMD urgent care across the street. At CityMD, the physician performs quick testing, diagnoses Grace with a UTI and prescribes an appropriate antibiotic to knock out the infection. Relief comes quickly and Grace happily enjoys the rest of her vacation.

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  • STD & HIV screening

    WALK-IN STD AND HIV TESTING You may worry about taking time off of work or school to get tested for HIV or an STD, and you may even feel embarrassed. Your life doesn’t stop just because you have a personal problem. But if you don’t take care of your health needs, you can’t live your life to the fullest. Secure and Private STD Testing At CityMD, we offer fast walk-in std testing for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Because we’re open late and on weekends, you can visit at the time that works best for you. We won’t make you wait, and you’ll have your results as quickly as possible. We’ll treat your illness and refer you to a specialist if necessary. STD Symptoms If you have any of the following symptoms, walk in to any of our locations throughout Long Island, upstate New York or NYC for STD testing and treatment. In women, symptoms of common STDs may include pain or burning during urination, abnormal vaginal discharge, bloody vaginal discharge, pain in the abdomen, spotting, itching, blisters, fever, swollen glands, open sores, and warts. Some STDs, like chlamydia, gonorrhea, and HPV (human papilloma virus) cause no symptoms. If your sexual partner has been diagnosed with an STD, testing yourself is vital to prevent complications such as infertility and certain types of cancer. Men with STDs may experience discharge from the urethra, pain during urination, inflammation of the testicles or prostate, fever, or sores. Untreated STDs put you at risk for organ failure, infertility, and even brain damage. If you have an STD, your sexual partners are at risk of transmission, so the only way to protect them is to refrain from sexual activity until diagnosis and treatment are completed. Walk-In STD Testing Services We provide comprehensive services for STDs such as: Rapid HIV Gonorrhea Chlamydia Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Hepatitis B and C Herpes Syphilis Trichomonas For immediate, fast, and comprehensive STD testing and treatment, walk into one of our urgent care clinics located around NYC and Long Island today! You may also register online to expedite your wait time, or call us at 212-772-3627 with any questions.

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  • Cholesterol, diabetes & thyroid screening

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  • Immunizations & vaccinations

    At CityMD, we provide a number of vaccines and immunizations, including the seasonal flu shot, to keep you healthy throughout the year. We also offer standard and specialized travel vaccinations to protect you from possible exposure to exotic diseases during overseas travel. A vaccine helps your body fight off disease by kick-starting your body’s natural protective mechanisms. The vaccine introduces a small amount of an agent that resembles a disease, into your body in a weakened or dead form. Your body mounts a defense against this intruder, forming antibodies against the real disease. If you encounter the disease “in the wild,” your body is already equipped to fight it off. Some antibodies stay with you for a lifetime; others fade with time. A simple blood test can indicate whether or not you need a booster for one of your vaccines or immunizations. Vaccine Recommendations At a CityMD clinic, we can advise you on which vaccines and immunizations may be right for you. The CDC recommends certain vaccines for healthy adults, including influenza (flu) every year, as well tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis. Older adults may need to be vaccinated against shingles and pneumococcal disease. Diabetics are urged to get vaccinated against hepatitis B. Vaccines are also available against human papilloma virus (HPV, which can cause certain types of cancers, hepatitis A, meningococcal disease, chicken pox (varicella), measles, mumps, and rubella. Our physicians will take the time to answer all your questions about vaccines so you can make the right decision for you and your family. We provide most vaccines at our clinics, but we won’t give you any unnecessary shots. Vaccines and Immunization Services at CityMD Flu Shots Travel vaccines Exotic disease vaccines For immediate, fast, and comprehensive care or vaccinations, just walk in any of our urgent care clinics today! You may also register online to expedite your wait time or call us at 212-772-3627 with any questions.

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  • School, Sport & Annual Physicals Exams

    While your primary care physician is the best person to give you a regular physical exam, there may be times when you need one done and your doctor can’t see you. Perhaps you’ve just gotten a new job, or your child is heading off to summer camp, or you’re getting ready for a new sports season. You’ve been told you need a form by a certain date, and the receptionist in your doctor’s office just can’t fit you in before the deadline. At a CityMD urgent care center, just walk in for a physical and see a doctor right away. We’re open evenings, weekends, and holidays so you can get what you need at your convenience. You can also register online for even faster service. A Comprehensive Physical Exam at our Centers In a typical walk-in physical exam, we check you for irregularities, abnormalities, and illness. If you have a chronic condition or a recurring illness, we can find out how you’re doing and counsel you on how to maintain good health. The doctors at CityMD urgent care centers treat you with all the care you’re used to receiving from your primary care physicians. If you’re concerned about high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid issues, or any change in your health, our doctors will make sure all you medical questions are answered during a walk-in physical. If your new job requires a physical exam as a condition of employment, we can take care of that for you. We provide lab services on site so your wait time for results will be as short as possible—sometimes within just a few minutes. Your Physical Health is Our Priority Your physical health is just as important to us, as it is to you. When you walk in for a physical we can treat many common injuries and illnesses on site, but will refer you to a specialist if necessary. For immediate, fast, and comprehensive physical exams, just walk in any of our urgent care centers in NYC, Long Island, or upstate NY! You may also register online to expedite your wait time or call us at 212-772-3627 with any questions.

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