Medac Corporate Health is a full-service medical facility dedicated entirely to occupational healthcare. We provide professional services for all of your employee-related health concerns in our state-of-the-art medical clinic.
While we have outlined our services on this site, please be aware that we can customize our offerings to your company’s needs.
At Medac Corporate Health, we strive to exceed your expectations in everything we do.
Medac is pleased to offer our patients access to the new Patient Portal. We want to make your visit with us as seamless and smooth as possible. With Patient Portal, you can connect with your doctor through a convenient, safe, and secure environment. This service offers our patients many benefits, including:
☼ Receive timely electronic copies of their medical records ☼ Update personal information in a secure environment ☼ Receive reminders or clinical summaries
Medac is pleased to offer our patients assistance with billing and insurance. We work with many of the most common insurance providers in the Wilmington, NC, area, including:
BlueCross BlueShield, Cigna, Medicare, Medcost, Tricare, United Health Care
Because insurance policy coverage varies from plan to plan, please be sure to carefully read the Patient Financial Agreement on the Patient Information form.
If Medac does not file the type of insurance you have, you will be given a standard insurance form and guidance in filing your insurance claim.
Medac is happy to provide services for patients who do not have health insurance. Self-pay patients are offered a 20% discount on all services, provided payment is made in full at the time of service.
Payment options include: MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, Checks (NC only), Travelers’ checks, and Cash.
Click here to conveniently and securely pay your Medac bill online.
When should I come to Medac and when should I go to the emergency room?
While Medac provides quality healthcare for many illnesses and injuries, there are certain medical conditions that should always be treated by a hospital emergency department. Please call 911 or go directly to a hospital emergency department if you are experiencing chest pain, difficulty breathing, loss of consciousness, or think you may be having a stroke.
Is Medac open on holidays?
Yes, all three Wilmington, NC, locations of Medac Urgent Care are open 365 days a year....More
Please take time to download our patient forms prior to your visit for an expedited experience.
Medac complies with the provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). You may obtain a copy of Medac's Notice of Privacy Practices (Sept 2013) here.
While Medac Urgent Care is often a convenient, cost-effective alternative to emergency room care, there are certain medical conditions that should always be treated by a hospital emergency department. Please call 911 or go directly to a hospital emergency department if you are experiencing chest pain, difficulty breathing, loss of consciousness, or think you may be having a stroke.
Much more than a clinic for emergency stitches, earaches and worrisome fevers, Medac Urgent Care in Wilmington, NC, provides high quality medical care for people who either do not have a primary care physician, or whose primary care physician might not be available when care or treatment is needed. People who have an illness or injury that is not life-threatening, as well as those who simply need a physical exam or vaccination, can rely on Medac 365 days a year, no appointment....More
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Only Medac Urgent Care has four convenient locations, including one just across the bridge from Wrightsville Beach, another in Porters Neck near Figure Eight Island, a third on Shipyard Boulevard with extended hours, and a fourth in Monkey Junction. All locations are staffed by board-certified physicians or certified physician assistants (PAs) or family nurse practitioners (FNPs). Importantly, patients who want to be guaranteed of seeing a physician should visit our Shipyard Blvd. or Porter’s Neck locations where a physician is always in clinic treating patients.