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Urgent and walk-in care

Urgent care hours

8 a.m. through 8 p.m., 7 days a week

Urgent care, sometimes referred to as express care or walk-in care, is a service provided for the evaluation of minor medical concerns when you can't wait to see your primary care provider, such as:

  • Ear infections
  • Sore throats
  • Flu-related symptoms
  • Coughs
  • Fevers
  • Minor injuries including sprains and strains

Where is Urgent Care?

Please enter through the Emergency Department entrance and register with the associate at the Emergency Department registration desk.

What can you expect?

A nurse will take your vitals, evaluate your symptoms, and determine if you should be seen by an Urgent Care provider or Emergency Department physician. At the end of your visit is when the determination is made on whether it was an Emergency Department or Urgent Care visit.


Hear from our patients

Mary's Story

Mary visited Crossing Rivers Health Urgent Care with minor complaints of back pain and overall fatigue. She was quickly triaged to emergency care and hospitalized for a life-threatening infection.

Read Mary's Story

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