With the success of our KidsStreet Urgent Care in West Mobile, we’re so happy to open our second location in Midtown Mobile! Locals in Mobile have been more than welcoming and our clinic staff is already doing an amazing job. To make things a little easier for you, our patients, we wanted to answer a few frequently asked questions. We hope you stay well, Mobile! But in the event you need us, we’re here.
When do you open?
We open at 8 am on Wednesday, June 8th. Our hours are 8 am-8 pm Monday-Friday and 9 am-9 pm Saturday & Sunday.
Where are you located?
Our new location is across from Publix in the Midtown Center in Mobile, AL. Our address is 153 N. Florida Street Mobile, AL 36607.
What hours are you open?
We’re open 7 days a week! We pride ourselves on our extended hours. We’re open 8 am-8 pm, Monday-Friday, and 9 am-9 pm, Saturday-Sunday.
Who are the providers?
We have two nurse practitioners dedicated to working at our new Midtown clinic, on a rotating schedule.
How do I make an appointment?
We don’t accept appointments. However, we ask that patients use our contactless registration system. You can learn how to use this system here.
When does online registration begin?
It begins at the beginning of each day, 30 minutes before opening. We do not take appointments. Rather, we register patients the day of, and patients are seen in the order they register. You can learn more about our contactless registration system here.
How long is the wait?
The wait can vary depending on how many patients we register. Our registration system will give you a wait time estimate after you register.
Does MainStreet offer COVID-19 rapid testing?
We do! We offer COVID-19 testing 7 days a week. Patients can register online beginning 30 minutes before we open on the day they would like to be tested. This is not an appointment. You can learn more about rapid testing at MainStreet here.
Do you take Medicaid?
Yes, we do! We accept Alabama Medicaid as well as all Medicaid-managed plans.
What if I don’t have insurance?
Uninsured patients can learn more about COVID-19 testing for uninsured patients here. If you’d like to receive urgent care or primary care as an uninsured patient, you can learn more about our simple self-pay options here.
Can MainStreet be my primary care provider?
Yes, we can! You can register as a primary care patient here.