At Perry Memorial Prompt Care, we specialize in the treatment of minor illnesses and injuries for patients of all ages. Patients are seen by our experienced staff on a walk-in basis and are often out the door in under an hour!
Perry Memorial Prompt Care is a great alternative for people of all ages who do not have a life-threatening condition and cannot get a same-day appointment with their doctor, do not have a primary care doctor or are visiting from out of town.
Prompt Care is not meant to replace visits to your primary care physician or necessary trips to the Emergency Room. Rather, we are here to complement those options with fast, expert care for most injuries and illnesses.
You never need an appointment to be seen at Perry Memorial Prompt Care and we accept most major insurance plans and Medicaid.
Perry Memorial Prompt Care is perfect for treating the following health ailments and issues!
However, if your provider feels that an X-Ray is needed, it will be done quickly without having you travel to another facility.
Prompt Care has developed its team to help patients successfully overcome addictions. Between using Suboxone to mediate the feelings of withdrawal and counseling to motivate and encourage patients to stay committed, Prompt Care's team works hard to ensure every patient leaves with a long-term strategy and ability to avoid relapse. The team includes Dr. Paul Bonucci, board certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine in substance abuse, Cory Kramer, APRN, FNP certified in Suboxone treatment, and Ariel Pozzi, Licensed Clinic Social Worker.
The nurse practioners and staff at Perry Memorial Prompt Care are employees of Perry Memorial Hospital.
Yes! Perry Memorial Prompt Care is open for walk-in service during the following hours:
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Weekends 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Perry Memorial Prompt Care
2128 N. Main St.
Princeton, IL 61356
Phone: 815-875-CARE (2273)