BMG SameDay Care
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For Buffalo Medical Group primary care patients who require a non-emergency same day visit we offer BMG SameDay Care.

Patients should contact their Primary Care physician first, and if it is determined that a SameDay appointment is needed, it will be scheduled.

BMG SameDay Care is available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 8 pm, and Saturdays and most holidays from 9 am to 1 pm, at 295 Essjay Road, Williamsville and 3900 North Buffalo Road, Orchard Park.

Scheduled appointments are preferred during the work week, however walk-ins are accepted anytime. Saturdays and holidays are walk-ins only.

If it is necessary for a patient to contact his or her primary care physician or covering physician after regular business or BMG SameDay Care hours, an operator is available 24 hours a day at (716) 630-1000.

After a visit to BMG SameDay Care, a detailed report of a patient's evaluation and prescribed treatment will be sent to the patient's primary care provider. This report will assist the patients provider in planning follow-up care. As always, any follow-up questions/issues should be referred to the patient's primary care provider.

BMG SameDay Care offers numerous benefits to meet the urgent care needs of our primary care patients:

•   Providers have access to the patient's complete electronic medical record

•   Easy access to Imaging Services at both locations (limited nights, holidays and weekends)

•   Laboratory services available at both locations

•   Advance scheduling to minimize wait times

•   Co-pays may be considerably less than those at an Urgent Care Center, or an Emergency Room

•   Certain immunizations - pneumonia, influenza, and PPD administration - are provided to patients whose Primary Care provider or specialist is part of BMG.

•   Travel vaccines are offered to all Buffalo Medical Group patients and BMG employees. For all inquiries, please call your primary care or specialist provider.

Emergency and Urgent Situations
BMG SameDay Care
should not be used for such emergency or urgent conditions as chest pain, excessive bleeding, sudden stroke symptoms, etc. Patients suffering from those issues should be referred to the Emergency Room.