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For any life-threatening situations, please dial 911 immediately.
Memorial Day Hours
Monday, May 25, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Urgent Care Available Now
Our urgent care locations remain open for all patients. We have new policies and guidelines in place to promote social distancing and ensure everyone receives the care they need in a safe environment:
- Individuals are screened upon arrival, and patients experiencing COVID-19 (coronavirus) symptoms will be treated in a different area
- No visitors are allowed, with the exception of ONE visitor for:
- A parent or guardian for patients under the age of 18
- An adult to support or make decisions for patients with developmental disabilities, memory loss or confusion who require assistance
- All patients and visitors must wear masks at all times when on the premises
Save My Spot In Line Available At Urgent Care
To better serve our patients, Save My Spot is available to help you prepare for your visit to urgent care and minimize your wait time upon arrival by saving your spot in advance. Simply select an urgent care location and an available time and follow the prompts to confirm your visit.
If you have symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath, or if your visit is related to concerns about COVID-19 (coronavirus), you will be asked to indicate this when reserving your spot.
What to Bring
- Photo ID (driver's license, passport or any government-issued photo ID)
- Insurance card(s)
- Copies of tests, X-rays and scans, or medical histories related to your urgent issue
- List of medications, vitamins or dietary supplements you take, any allergies, and your general health history
- A friend or family member to take you home, if needed
- Payment for services, insurance copays or other fees
Payment Options & Insurance
We accept most forms of insurance, including:
You may be responsible for a copayment depending on your specific insurance plan.
Urgent Care vs. Emergency Room: What’s the Difference?
You should use urgent care if you need immediate help but aren’t experiencing a medical emergency. Common reasons for urgent care/emergency care visits include the following, but not limited to:
Same-day care for an illness or injury that isn't life-threatening
- Cuts/lacerations with contained bleeding
- Ear infections
- Fever or chills
- Nausea, diarrhea and vomiting
- Urinary tract infections
24-hour care for life-threatening conditions
- Bleeding that won't stop
- Chest pains or stroke
- Seizures without pre-existing condition
- Serious burns
- Sudden loss or change of vision