Urgent care centers provide a wide-range of short-term treatment services with extended day and weekend hours. This means you don’t have to make an appointment or wait until “normal business hours” to get quality healthcare.
Our board-certified family medicine doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners are experienced urgent care providers. We provide the convenience of a walk-in clinic with the expert care we are known for.
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What services are provided at urgent care?
Urgent care centers provide a wide range of short-term treatment services. Our providers can treat nearly all types of illnesses (flu, respiratory, urinary, eye, skin and other infections), and most injuries including cuts, strains, sprains, burns and uncomplicated fractures (broken bones).
How do I know if I need to go to an emergency room?
If you are experiencing a life threatening injury or condition, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
If you think you might be having a very serious problem such as a heart attack, stroke, severe abdominal pain or a possible severe injury from a bad fall/car crash, you should go to an emergency room.
When should I see my primary care provider instead of going to an urgent care?
All types of chronic and preventive care should be treated at your primary care provider's office. If you have a primary care doctor, and it is during regular business hours, try contacting his or her office first.
When should I take my child who has a fever to urgent care?
A fever can represent minor or serious illness. Anytime you are concerned that the fever could be part of a more serious illness (associated with significant coughing, sore throat, vomiting, etc.), you should seek immediate medical care. While our urgent care clinics are equipped to treat small children and infants, your urgent care provider may choose to refer you to a higher level of care such as one of our emergency rooms.