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Atlantic ImmediCare at the Townsend Medical Center

  • Category: Walk-in Center
  • Location Type: Clinic

About This Location

Whether you're away from home or live right here, if you need immediate treatment for an unexpected medical problem - or access to care when your own physician is unavailable - you can rely on us!

  • Walk-in care ... no appointment necessary.
  • We treat accidents, injuries and unexpected illnesses. We also provide other services such as vaccinations, blood pressure screening and sports injury treatment.
  • We provide on-site x-rays.
  • We're staffed with board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
  • We're affiliated with Atlantic General Hospital, Worcester County's only hospital.
  • Free, off-street parking adjacent to our facility.
  • You can pay via cash, check, check card or credit card.
  • Medicare and most insurances accepted. (Medical Assistance: Must have referral from your primary care provider for specialty/walk-in care)

Both locations provide treatment for:

Common illnesses such as...

  • colds
  • the flu
  • ear aches
  • sore throats
  • headaches
  • cough
  • sinus infections
  • urinary tract infections (UTIs)
  • dental pain
  • fever
  • rashes
  • allergies and asthma

Minor injuries such as...

  • sprains
  • back pain
  • minor cuts and burns
  • minor stitching
  • stitch removal
  • minor eye injuries
  • sports and school physicals

More serious problems, such as severe pain, difficulty breathing, stroke symptoms, and traumatic injuries, need screening and treatment at the ER. In serious emergencies, driving to the ER won't get you help fast enough. It's safer to call 911.

Craig Mullen, FNP PortraitCraig Mullen, FNP

Craig Mullen, FNP, recently joined Atlantic General Health System to provide walk-in care at the Ocean City office of Atlantic ImmediCare. A graduate of Salisbury University’s nursing program, Craig has more than four years of clinical experience caring for patients on the Eastern Shore and played an active role in shaping the course work taught to future nurses and graduate students during his stint on various Salisbury University Department of Nursing curriculum committees. He earned his master’s in nursing from George Washington University and is currently pursuing post-master’s certification at George Washington to be an Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Craig is a member of the American Association of Nurses Practitioners and the American Nurses Association and is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.