About Maxem Health Urgent Care Centers


Our clinics are open Monday through Saturday: 8 am to 8 pm, Sundays: 9 am to 6 pm.

Our Orange Grove location is open Monday through Saturday: 9 am to 9 pm, Sundays: 9 am to 6 pm.

Yes! We are open almost every day of the year, normal hours, except for the following days: Christmas Day, New Years Day, Easter, and Thanksgiving.

Yes! We are in-network with all Medicaid products, as well as Medicare, BCBS, Tricare, and other commercial insurances.

Yes! No Insurance, No Problem! We will see you if you are uninsured or have a high deductible. We will always give you the cost before being seen, so there is no surprise after your visit. We also offer a Medical Discount Program for Patients that are looking for something within their budget.

Yes! All of our clinics are equipped with X-ray capability; however, we do not have Ultrasounds or CTs on-site.

Our providers see patients as young as 6 months old. Some of our providers see younger patients depending on the symptoms.

Yes! We provide suturing, I&D procedures, splinting, as well as multiple other procedures on-site. Check out our services for more information.

No. We are an independently owned company with multiple physicians on board.

Nope! We are a walk-in clinic. You can come whenever it’s convenient for you! We offer you the CARE YOU NEED WHEN YOU NEED IT.

The best place to go in Picayune if you want to be in and out. The staff is amazing. Warm and caring!!!


“Dr. Nguyen is fabulous! So wonderful with my kids. We love her.”


“Great place….always there for your convenience.”


“In and out in 45 minutes!!”


“They have been fabulous every time I have been there, and always seems to be in the middle of the flu season!”


“Wait time wasn’t bad, everyone was very nice & professional and no problems with my insurance.”


“Several years ago, they pretty much saved my life by suspecting a large blood clot in my arm.”


“So thankful Pascagoula has an alternative to the 9-5 doctor and ER. My experience was great!”


“Fast and reliable when you’re deathly ill and your family doctor is unavailable.”