Covenant MedExpress delivers extraordinary urgent care close to home.

When someone in your family needs urgent care, choose the only one in the area where you are sure to receive extraordinary care. Covenant MedExpress gives your family fast, high quality care with the added confidence that comes with being affiliated with Covenant HealthCare. So when you can't see your primary care doctor and it's not serious enough to go to the emergency room, know we are here for you 365 days a year. See what kinds of conditions warrant going to urgent care now.

Check current wait times at Covenant MedExpress locations.

Locate a Covenant MedExpress location near you and check in to reserve your spot for an urgent care visit. We'll send you a text reminder when it's time to show up so you can save time and avoid the wait.

MedExpress Bay City

Current wait time:

2919 E. Wilder Road
Bay City, MI 48706

MedExpress Frankenmuth

Current wait time:

600 N. Main Street
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

MedExpress Hemlock

Current wait time:

16440 Gratiot Road
Hemlock, MI 48626

MedExpress Saginaw - State

Current wait time:

5570 State Street
Saginaw, MI 48603

MedExpress Saginaw - Pierce

Photo of MedExpress Saginaw - Pierce Rd Location

Current wait time:

2970 Pierce Road
Saginaw, MI 48604

What makes Covenant MedExpress urgent care so extraordinary?

  • Board certified providers including physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners
  • State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
  • Walk-in x-ray and lab services using the latest in medical technology
  • Electronic medical record technology that connects to your physician and the emergency room if necessary
  • Physician Finder - if you don't have a physician, we'll help you find one
  • Comfortable, friendly atmosphere

Extraordinary Safety Measures

Covenant HealthCare is taking extraordinary measures to ensure your safety at our five MedExpress locations and our FastCare clinic in the Meijer on Tittabawassee Road. All six locations are still open for you, seven days a week.

To protect our patients, the following safety precautions have been put in place:

Screening of all guests. Before anyone is allowed into any of our urgent care centers, they are asked a series of screening questions related to COVID-19 symptoms, possible exposure, etc.

Masks for all guests and staff. Anyone that enters one of our urgent care centers will be required to wear a mask. You may bring one from home, or we will provide one for you. All Covenant doctors and staff members wear masks, too.

Safe waiting-room options. If there is a wait before an exam room is available, you have three safe options:

  • Wait in our socially distanced waiting rooms: In both our MedExpress and FastCare locations, we have removed some seating from our waiting rooms so that the remaining seats are safely spaced at least 6 feet apart.
  • Wait in your car: If you prefer, after your screening you may wait in your car and we will text you when your room is ready (MedExpress locations only).
  • Wait at home: MedExpress patients may take advantage of our online check-in below, then wait at home until we text you that a room is available.

Continuous disinfection. All rooms in our urgent care locations are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected with a bleach solution between patients and every two hours throughout the day.

Visitor restrictions. We strongly encourage patients to come alone to urgent care if it is at all possible. If you are not feeling well enough to come in alone, you may bring one healthy visitor with you. Children may be accompanied by one healthy parent. All visitors will be screened at the entrance and must wear a mask.

Urgent care is not only a valuable healthcare option for non-emergencies like ear infections, sprains or allergic reactions, it’s a great first step if you’re unsure whether you need emergency care. Our urgent care staff will evaluate your injury or illness, then either treat you or call ahead to the Covenant Emergency Care Center for you.

NOTE: If you are experiencing possible symptoms of COVID-19, please call your doctor or our COVID-19 hotline (989.583.3135) BEFORE coming to any urgent care location. Your doctor or our hotline staff will give you instructions based on your symptoms and level of exposure. (For more information, see our COVID-19 FAQ page.)

MedExpress Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 8 AM – 8 PM
Sunday: 9 AM – 6 PM
Holidays: 9 AM – 3 PM (closed Christmas Day)

Lab Hours:
Please see the list of lab hours and locations here.

Family Physician Office
MedExpress works with your personal physician. A complete report of your visit will be sent directly to your primary care physician within 24 hours of your visit. If you do not already have a primary care physician, we can help you locate one that's convenient for you. Or click here to Find a Physician.

MedExpress is a lower-cost alternative to an emergency room visit. We accept most insurance plans. See University Health Center information for UHC/student billing.

FastCare at Meijer

Covenant HealthCare also offers FastCare at Meijer, a convenient way to access walk-in healthcare. Learn more about FastCare here.

Covenant FastCare at Meijer

Photo of FastCare inside Meijer Location

Current wait time:

3360 Tittabawassee Road
Saginaw, MI 48604


Do you know when to go to urgent care or the emergency room?

Here are some helpful tips to help you determine whether the medical care you need is something that can be treated by the urgent care at Covenant MedExpress or the emergency room at Covenant HealthCare.

Urgent care

  • Respiratory virus and flu
  • Ear, sinus and throat infections
  • Vomiting and diarrhea
  • Mild to moderate dehydration
  • Mild to moderate asthma
  • Rashes and allergic reactions
  • Sprains, strains and simple fractures
  • Minor burns and cuts
  • Mild injuries
  • Animal and insect bites/stings
  • Eye injuries/pink eye
  • Sports injuries

*We also offer flu shots and sports physicals for your convenience.

Emergency room

  • Chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea
  • Sudden, severe headache
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Loss of consciousness or speech
  • Limb numbness
  • Motor vehicle injury
  • Head or neck injury
  • Seizures
  • Psychiatric disorders
  • Overdoses
  • Child abuse
  • Assault including rape
  • Bleeding/cramping in pregnancy
  • Infants less than 6 weeks of age
  • High fever especially in children under 8 weeks of age