Pioneer Physicians Walk In Clinic provides immediate care for non-emergency injuries and illnesses.

Urgent Care, Walk-In Clinic, Primary Care Bolingbrook, IL

Pioneer Physicians Walk In Clinic provides immediate care for non-emergency injuries and illnesses for residents in the Bolingbrook, Naperville, Woodridge, Romeoville, Downers Grove, Lemont, Darien and Lockport Illinois area. We offer urgent care  and primary care at our walk-in clinic.

We offer walkin services for services below

Lab testing for chronic diseases such as; blood pressure, cholesterol check, and diabetes.
Our clinic offers lab testing to screen for and identify possible chronic health risks, such as high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol. Your medical history will be reviewed and then a blood sample will be taken. Once results are in, they will be reviewed and you will be notified of the recommendations based on your results.


Our clinic offers x-ray services that allows us to diagnose certain injuries or illnesses, including broken bones, sprains, fractures, pneumonia, bronchitis, kidney stones and respiratory issues. We offer this service on-site, so there is no need to drive to an additional location. Your results will be read by a radiologist and you will be informed of the results.   

Routine Check up

Routine check-ups are very important because if a health issue is diagnosed early, the chances for treatment and curing the issue is much higher. During a routine check-up, your medical history and family history will be discussed. You will also be given a physical exam, and if necessary, you may need to have blood work done to test for heart issues, diabetes or have a cholesterol screening.  


Ultrasounds are offered and ultrasound imaging can be used to diagnose and treat certain medical conditions. The different types of ultrasounds include abdominal ultrasound, echocardiogram, bone sonometry, doppler ultrasound, and breast ultrasound.

Allergy testing

Allergy testing is performed in order to determine if your body is allergic to a specific substance. The three main types of allergens are inhaled allergens, contact allergens and ingested allergens and it can be very important to know what it is specifically that causes an allergic reaction in your body. The two types of allergy tests are skin tests and blood tests, and skin tests are usually tried first to determine the cause. During a skin test, a small amount of the different allergens are placed onto the skin and your reaction will be monitored. If the skin test is inconclusive, a blood test may be advised.  

Annual and Sport Physical

An annual sports physical is necessary for your child in order for them to participate in a sports’ practice or game. Sports physicals will identify if the athlete is at a higher risk to suffer from an injury and will assess if it is safe for them to play the sport. In addition to taking a medical history and family history, a sports physical will also consist of a height/weight assessment, a cardiac screening, vision assessment and musculoskeletal exam.

Flu shots

Influenza, or the flu, is a very contagious virus that is typically present from October through March. While most healthy people can recover from the flu within a few weeks, there are some people who are considered to be at a high risk, including children under 5 years old, people with a chronic illness, women who are pregnant, the elderly and people with a compromised immune system. One of the best ways to prevent getting the flu is to get a flu shot in September or October, before the start of the flu season.  

Asthma Treatment

There are many different types of asthma, including allergic asthma, cough-variant asthma, occupational asthma, exercise-induced asthma, and nighttime asthma. Several different treatment options are available for those suffering from asthma, including rescue inhalers, controller inhalers, supportive oxygen therapy and bronchodilator medications.  

STD Testing

An untreated sexually transmitted disease (STD) can cause very serious health complications. If you have had unprotected sex, it is important that you have an STD screening to make sure that your health is not put at risk and that you do not risk spreading the disease to others. Some people who have an STD do not experience any symptoms, which is why testing is so important.