It hurts. It itches. It’s swollen. Urgent Care is a great choice when you can’t wait for an appointment with your primary care provider, or when you need medical care after hours for non-lifethreatening conditions. No appointment necessary— just walk right in. Wait times are typically shorter, and co-pays and out-of-pocket costs are usually lower than an ER visit.

Walk-in Appointments

Enjoy walk-in appointments and after-hours care for acute illness, minor injuries, flu shots, sports physical exams, pregnancy tests, back strain, x-rays and other ambulatory services. 

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When to Use Urgent Care

Urgent Care

  • Allergies
  • Asthma attack (mild or moderate)
  • Minor broken bones with no skin penetration
  • Burns (minor)
  • Upper respiratory infections—coughs, congestion, fever or flu symptoms, sinus problems, sore throat, bronchitis
  • Earaches and eye or skin infections
  • Adult flu shots
  • Insect bites or rashes
  • Migraines
  • Minor cuts/wounds/stitches
  • Minor head injuries
  • Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Sprains, strains or deep bruises
  • Bladder infections

Emergency Room

  • Asthma attack (severe)
  • Broken bones (where bone is visible)
  • Burns or electrical shock (severe)
  • Coughing or vomiting blood
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Poison ingestion
  • Severe diarrhea or dehydration
  • Shock
  • Trauma or serious head injury
  • Uncontrollable bleeding or amputation
  • Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy

Time is of the Essence—Call 911 if You Have These Conditions:

  • Stroke: Sudden dizziness, numbness or paralysis, difficulty seeing or speaking, or loss of consciousness
  • Heart Attack: Chest pain with pressure sensation or pain radiating into jaw, teeth, shoulder or back; or palpitations with dizziness; or shortness of breath, sweating and/or nausea or vomiting
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Seizure
  • Drug overdose: Rapid heartbeat, dilated pupils, aggression, confusion, dizziness, vomiting, gurgling sound from airway obstruction, unconsciousness, blue fingers or lips, stopped breathing



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