Marc Melincoff, D.O.
Marc Melincoff, D.O., received his medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and completed his residency from Mercy Suburban Hospital in Norristown, Philadelphia. At Memorial Hermann Urgent Care on Washington Avenue, Dr. Melincoff provides medical care to patients that need immediate assistance. He treats patients ages 6 months and older for a wide array of conditions including:
- Abdominal pain - mild
- Allergic reactions - mild to moderate
- Asthma attacks - mild to moderate
- Colds, coughs and flu
- Dehydration or heat exhaustion
- Ear and eye infections
- Minor burns
- Minor eye injuries
- Minor fractures
- Scrapes, minor cuts and bruises
- Sinus infections
- Skin infections and rashes
- Sore throat
- Sports injuries, falls, sprains and strains
- Urinary tract infections
- Vomiting and diarrhea
In addition to these primary care services, Memorial Hermann Urgent Care offers:
- Onsite imaging (X-rays)
- Physicals – Camps, School, Sports
- Occupational medicine
- Primary care (cold, stomach problem, rash, ear ache)
- DOT physicals
Thorough and efficient, Dr. Melincoff’s approach to patient care is developing a one-on-one relationship with his patients. He sits down with them, learns more about their personal life and designs a treatment plan that guides them into a healthier way of living. Dr. Melincoff enjoys many aspects of his job, but the most rewarding is seeing his patients make the transition to a healthier lifestyle.
At Memorial Hermann Urgent Care, Dr. Melincoff’s services complement the treatment provided by the primary care providers in the Houston community.
In his spare time, Dr. Melincoff enjoys exercising, hiking and traveling.
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Dr. Marc Melincoff practices at Memorial Hermann Urgent Care Washington Avenue in Central Houston.
World Series leaves Astros fans fatigued
“It's Game 7. It’s the Astros. No matter what I say, you’re going to watch the game," Dr. Melincoff said. So he says if you’re not going to sleep, at least, try to be healthy, and maybe, just maybe make the call.
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Astros fans stress the World Series
Doctors say it’s just a game, but that stress can have real consequences. It’s baseball - nine players and nine innings of good times, good food and great fun. Right? “Try to keep things in perspective and remember that it’s just a game," Dr. Marc Melincoff with Memorial Hermann Urgent Care on Washington Ave. said.
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