InFocus Urgent Care, located in the Windsor Plaza near AlJons Pizza and Sub Shop and the Bank of America, is a walk-in care center providing exceptional medical care for non-life threatening illnesses and injuries without appointments or long wait times.
As soon as patients walk into InFocus Urgent Care the difference between it and other urgent care facilities is immediately apparent. Patients are often greeted by Dr. Seeta Arjun, a board certified emergency medicine professional. “I love sitting in the front,” explains Dr. Arjun. “I can get a sense of patients from that experience. It is interesting to see that surprise in their face” when they walk back and realize they are talking directly to the doctor in charge. “I do everything. We are a small office. I keep it looking the way I keep it looking at home.”
InFocus Urgent Care is independently owned, not affiliated with a hospital or other larger organization. “Our sweat equity reflects in our patient care,” explains Dr. Arjun. “We wait for our patients. We never turn people away at closing.” If someone calls and says they are on their way, Dr. Arjun and her team will wait until they arrive, even if it is after closing. “We love what we do, the staff is happy, the doctors are happy, and the patients see that.” Also at InFocus Urgent Care are Dr. Robert J. Sidwa and Dr. Karen Sobers.
Dr. Arjun trained under Dr. Robert Soper, another member of the board-certified emergency medical professional team at InFocus Urgent Care. Dr. Soper has nothing but the utmost respect for his colleague and protege.
“She came here from Guyana when she was 14 and lived in Queens. She came with her sister. She got into college and medical school and got in her mind to start her own business. She has created this ‘consi-urgence’ practice. It is remarkable and inspirational. That to me is part of the American Dream. Helping others and being their focus in health care is not trivial. She is a first-generation American making her way.”
To Drs. Arjun and Soper, “consi-urgence” care is offering the walk-in convenience with emergency room-level care. They handle everything from sports physicals and wellness care to fractures, dislocations, sprains, and strains as well as laceration repair, wound care, and insect bites.
They see patients with colds and allergies, with sore throats, ear aches, and asthma. They administer tetanus shots as well as flu and other vaccinations. InFocus Urgent Care can also provide x-rays, EKGs, lab work, and Nebulizer treatments.
InFocus Urgent Care takes most insurance plans, including Medicare. Dr. Arjun adds, “the 65 and older population is having a tough time finding places that accept Medicare. The stories you get from these people are invaluable. They bring their life experiences and share them with us. I love it! They know if they need something, they can come here any time.” In turn, their “patients are spreading the word” about them.
The office is currently closed on Mondays, but is open for extended hours the other six days of the week.
InFocus Urgent Care, Windsor Plaza, Store No. 2, 64 Princeton-Hightstown Road, West Windsor. 609-799-7009. infocusurgentcare.com. Mondays: Closed; Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday, and holidays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.