Skip the ER and Come to Midwest Ortho First
Unlike the ER –– which can require long wait times and place you near others who might be sick with something contagious –– Midwest Ortho First offers you a convenient location dedicated to taking care of your bone, joint or muscle injury as quickly as possible.
Treatment That Keeps You Up to Speed
- Sprains and strains
- Breaks and fractures
- Concussion-related injuries
- Lacerations or cuts
- Sports injuries
- Work injuries with prior authorizations
Fracture care –– bracing, casting & splinting
FAQs About Our Walk-In Clinic
We’re able to take care of 99% of orthopaedic injuries –– providing walk-in care for concussion-related issues, dislocations, fractures, cuts and sprains as well as sports injuries and work-related injuries with prior authorization.
No appointment is needed. Just come on by, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon.
If you have a chronic injury or long-term bone, joint or muscle condition, call to schedule an appointment with a doctor at Midwest Orthopaedic Center.
While we accept most standard plans, it’s always worthwhile to check with your insurance company and confirm your coverage.
Our board-certified doctors and medical team specialize in examining and treating orthopaedic injuries. You’ll be seen by experienced doctors trained in diagnosing and treating orthopaedic injuries like yours. And if needed, one of our board-certified orthopaedic surgeons is always on-call. Rest easy knowing that if you come in with a shoulder injury, one of our shoulder specialists will see you. If you visit with a foot, knee, back or other bone, joint or muscle problem, we have experts who cover those issues too. Should a patient come to Midwest Ortho First with a more serious concern, we always have one of our orthopaedic surgeons on-call.
With short wait times and care tailored to your strains, sprains and breaks, a trip to Midwest Ortho First can save you time and money. At Midwest Ortho First, patients usually only pay a regular office visit copay instead of the larger copay typically reserved for ER or urgent care.
However, there are times when the emergency room or general urgent care is more appropriate. Head to the ER if you have a:
- Severe fracture or a broken bone with an open wound
- Deep lacerations or cuts
Also, visit a general urgent care for:
- Minor eye injuries
- Cold, flu, stomach and respiratory issues
- Non-orthopaedic medical conditions
Meet Our Patients
I used the walk-in clinic and was helped immediately: x-ray, exam and injection were completed in less than an hour. Very excellent experience with Dr. Lilly and Theresa R. Would highly recommend them!!
An acute trauma patient
Call Us to Set Up an Appointment
Peoria (309) 691-1400
Pekin (309) 353-4159
Walk-In Clinic Hours: M-F 9am-6pm | Sat-Sun 9am-noon