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Urgent Care and Walk-in Services

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Urgent Care and​ walk-in services tre​at injuries and​​ illnesses that need immediate care​ but are not life ​threatening. Providers treat a multitude of illnesses, symptoms and​ injuries, and may suggest follow-up with primary care doctors.​

If you are experiencing an emergency situation, such as chest pain, childbirth labor or have a serious injury, go directly to an​ ​​​​Emergency Department.

Conditions treated at Urgent Care

  • Allergic reactions
  • Animal and bug bites
  • Asthma
  • Coughs, congestion and sinus problems
  • Ear pain and infections
  • Eye irritation, pink eye or foreign body in eye
  • Headaches
  • Lacerations, abrasions and contusions
  • Mild fevers
  • Minor burns
  • Persistent diarrhea
  • Severe cold and flu symptoms
  • Skin rashes
  • Sore throat
  • Sprains, strains and soft tissue injuries
  • Stomach/intestinal disorders
  • Urinary symptoms
  • Vomiting
  • Work injuries
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Urgent Care Expectations: Your Care Journey

If you have any questions along the way, please visit our desk or ask your providers.

  1. Arrival
    Your visit begins here
  2. Registration
    You’ll be asked some initial questions to check you in.
  3. Triage
    We’ll have a conversation with you to understand your injury or need and assess its severity.
  4. Waiting
    We know it’s difficult to wait when stress levels are high. We help patients who have the greatest need first, which means you may need to wait before you’re seen.
  5. Exam
    You’ll see a provider to review your symptoms and needs and have a physical exam. They may recommend additional testing. These tests may take from 30 minutes to 2 hours.
  6. Treatment or Procedure
    After your exam, diagnostics or testing your provider will recommend a treatment course or may need additional tests.
  7. Waiting
    There may be some additional wait time as we process the next steps.
  8. Admission
    If further care is needed, we will transition you to admission to the hospital or transferred to a different facility.
  9. Discharge
    We’ll help you on the road to recovery. Your provider will give additional care and advice, including local pharmacy information or walk you through next steps if you need to specialty follow up care.

Hours vary by location.​​​​

No appointment needed. Patients who have the greatest need are seen first, and wait times may vary.

Need immediate pediatric care? Learn more about same-day pediatric appointments.

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