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Urgent Care or a Scheduled Appointment?

Urgent care is available for medical concerns that can not wait to schedule an appointment. Patients will be seen on a first-come, first served basis and wait times will vary depending on how many patients are already waiting or being seen. Examples of appropriate medical issues for our urgent care service are:

  • abdominal pain — sudden onset
  • allergic reactions
  • asthma attacks
  • colds
  • ear ache
  • fever
  • flu
  • acute injuries
  • cuts/scrapes and bruises
  • possible fractures
  • rashes
  • sinus infections
  • sore throat
  • sprains
  • strains
  • urinary tract infection

No appointment is necessary. Simply walk into the clinic and tell us that you need urgent care services.

Urgent Care Visits

Our busiest times in the urgent care clinic fall between 10 am-2 pm, which can increase your wait time. Urgent Care visits are first come, first served in most cases, so coming at non-peak times could make your wait time shorter.

Bar graph that reflects the busiest times in the clinic 10am-2pm daily.