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Urgent Care

When sudden illness or injury strikes, it is reassuring to know there’s someone here to help.

Urgent Care hours are:

  • Monday – Friday : 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Saturday – Sunday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

We’re treating all patients and all symptoms at urgent care. In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we require all patients and visitors to wear a mask or face covering while in our clinics. We also have other rigorous safety and cleaning protocols to help keep you healthy. With video visits for urgent care, you can talk with a doctor, get expert answers fast and begin a personalized treatment plan – all without leaving your home. We now offer COVID-19 drive-up testingTake our online screening to see if you should be tested.

Being sick or injured is stressful. Our nurses will help direct you to the most appropriate location for your care. When Urgent Care is determined to be the best fit, our highly-skilled Urgent Care team will provide same-day care for problems and injuries that need medical attention but are not life-threatening.

What to expect in Urgent Care

Seeing a Provider

Wait times will be determined by the number of people ahead of you and the level of your condition. Please be patient as we strive to offer the best care for you and your family. When it is your turn to be seen, you will be brought back to an evaluation room and a Registered Nurse will ask you additional questions. You will then visit with an Urgent Care Provider to have your needs cared for. Urgent care is available 365 days a year from 8 am until 5 pm.

Continuity of Care

When you’ve had a minor injury or you’re not feeling well, and your condition needs to be treated in Urgent Care, our health care team will work together to get you the care you need, consult specialties, transition you to emergency services when necessary. We will also establish follow-up care recommendations with your primary provider at the clinic after your urgent care needs are met.

I had to use Urgent Care twice in March. I was so impressed with the care I received. I am happy we have choices!
Gail Telecky

However, most patients receive care through their primary providers in our clinic.

It’s important to understand when to make a scheduled appointment with your provider and when your medical needs are better to address in Urgent Care. Here are some commonly asked questions about when you should or should not go to Urgent Care.

I can’t get in to see my primary physician, so should I just ask to see an Urgent Care doctor?
I have a lot going on with my health, can the providers in Urgent Care treat them while I’m there?
How do you bill for Urgent Care services?
If I go to Urgent Care for something that should be scheduled with my primary physician, do I still need to see my primary physician later?
I have run out of a prescription. Isn’t talking to an Urgent Care doctor the fastest or easiest way to refill my prescription?
I don’t have time to wait for my scheduled appointment. Isn’t Urgent Care a way to move up my appointment?
Aren’t wait times shorter in Urgent Care? It feels like it takes less time than waiting to see my regular doctor.
I really don’t want to go to the Emergency Room. Can’t Urgent Care just take care of it?
I don’t have a primary physician, or if I do, I don’t remember who it is.