Brigham and Women's/Mass General Health Care Center Urgent Care Center Services
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 specialists can offer treatment for common conditions including:
Minor eye injuries
Minor scrapes and wounds
Services we provide include:
Incision and drainage of infections
IV therapy for minor conditions
Non-surgical fracture and dislocation reduction
Pediatric sick visits
Available diagnostic testing includes (All diagnostic testing requires an initial exam with one of our Urgent Care providers):
Radiology • CT (Available to patients age 15 and older; Mon-Fri 8am-5pm) • Ultrasound (Available to patients 15 and older; Mon-Fri 8am-5pm) • X-ray (Available to Urgent Care patients of all ages during all hours)