The Urgent Care Center provides un-scheduled, non-emergency outpatient care to patients on a walk-in basis. The Center does not treat emergencies or receive ambulances. All diagnostic testing requires an initial screening exam with one of our UCC physicians.
If you do have an emergency, you should go to the closest hospital or call 911.
After your visit to the Urgent Care Center, the emergency medicine physician who cared for you will send a detailed report to your primary care provider.
Our physicians provide urgent care for common conditions including:
- Bladder infections
- Ear infections
- Minor eye injuries
- Minor scrapes and wounds
- Sinus infections
- Skin conditions
- Sports injuries
- Strep throat
Services we provide include:
- Incision and drainage of infections
- IV therapy for migraines, dehydration, nausea, vomiting, etc.
- Laceration repair
- Non-surgical fracture and dislocation reduction
- Pediatric sick visits
Available diagnostic testing includes (All diagnostic testing requires an initial exam with one of our UCC physicians):
- Radiology (X-ray services are always available to our UCC patients but other radiology services have limited hours)
This page was last modified on 11/17/2015