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Michigan Avenue Immediate Care
180 N. Michigan Avenue Suite 1605 Chicago, IL 60601 New browser window


Monday to Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm


Phone   (312) 201-1234
Fax       (312) 201-1202


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Immediate Care and Urgent Care


Michigan Avenue Immediate Care : An Urgent Care Clinic

Michigan Avenue Immediate Care (MAIC) provides high-quality care for patients in downtown Chicago who “need to see a doctor now” but who do not have a life-threatening condition warranting an emergency room visit. The physicians and staff of Michigan Avenue Immediate Care see patients with acute conditions from colds and coughs to sore throats and sinus infections. Our facility also offers convenient on-site broad diagnostic capabilities including on-site x-ray equipment.


Michigan Avenue Immediate Care welcomes walk-in patients and no appointment is necessary. If you are looking for a Primary Care Physician in the Chicago area, please visit for more information about how to schedule an appointment.




Immediate Care and Urgent Care

Immediate Care is defined as medical care that accommodates patients who “need to see a doctor now” but who do not have a life-threatening condition warranting an emergency room visit. No appointment is necessary and walk-ins are expected and welcome because these non-emergency conditions are unpredictable yet medical attention is necessary.  Patients must be aware that an immediate care center is not appropriate for very serious or life-threatening conditions.


Urgent care" is a phrase commonly used throughout the United States and considered by many as synonymous with 'Immediate Care'. However, until January 15, 2015, the phrase 'urgent care' was differentiated from the phrase "immediate care" in the state of Illinois for its potential ambiguity and the implication that a facility was equipped to handle true emergencies. The Act now reads: (b) No person, facility, or entity shall hold itself out to the public as an "emergi-" or "emergent" care center or use any similar term, as defined by rule, that would give the impression that emergency medical treatment is provided by the person or entity or at the facility unless the facility is the emergency room of a facility licensed as a hospital under the Hospital Licensing Act or a facility licensed as a freestanding emergency center under the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Systems Act. This Section does not prohibit a person, facility, or entity from holding itself out to the public as an "urgi-" or "urgent" care center.


MAIC is a walk-in health clinic for treatment of non-emergency, illnesses or injuries and is not equipped to handle life threatening emergencies such as auto accident victims, suspected heart attacks or
strokes, loss of consciousness or severe blood loss.



If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.



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