OAM Grand Rapids - OAM Now Urgent Orthopaedic Care
OAM NOW | Urgent Orthopaedic Care

When injuries like sprains, strains, and fractures occur, OAM Now Urgent Orthopaedic Care helps you get care quickly, for just the cost of a specialty office visit. Our clinic is staffed by an orthopaedic Physician Assistant who is able to provide an evaluation of your orthopaedic injury, as well as begin treatment and/or provide a plan of care for your injury. If radiology or an orthotic device is necessary, OAM Now offers onsite X-rays and fittings for many types of splints or braces. Clinic staff also helps facilitate appointments for our MRI, specialty appointments with our physicians, and therapy appointments with our licensed therapists. Because our scale and patient volume are smaller than other urgent care clinics, OAM Now can provide you with expert care while saving you time and money.

OAM Now Urgent Orthopaedic Care is NOT designed to treat severe injuries and is not a 24-hour facility. If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Not sure where the most appropriate place is to have someone evaluate your injury? Use the guidelines below to help you decide.

Come to OAM Now if:

You’ve experienced an injury to muscle or bone in the last 48 hours that prevents you from being active or performing your daily activities (for example, a sprain or possible fracture). No appointment is necessary.

Make an appointment in our office if:

  • Your injury occurred longer than 48 hours ago,
  • You have chronic pain,
  • For narcotic refills,
  • For a second opinion,
  • You are already under the care of an orthopaedic physician,
  • You missed your office appointment, or
  • You have already been seen by an urgent care clinic or emergency room.

For an appointment, call (616) 459-7101.

Go to an emergency room if:

  • You experienced a head or neck injury,
  • You have sudden paralysis,
  • You’re experiencing increasingly intense pain that is not relieved with ice or rest,
  • You have excessive bleeding, or
  • A bone is protruding.


Walk-ins welcome

Monday through Friday, 3 pm to 8 pm
Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm


2680 Leonard Street NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525

(Just west of East Beltline)