Need to be seen quickly?
We have some walk-in care appointments available every day. Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Urgent cases and scheduled appointments are seen first, so your wait times can vary.
When should I visit your walk-in care instead of an Emergency Room?
We can treat many non-life-threatening medical conditions through a scheduled appointment or as walk-in care. The chart below presents some common health conditions and the best way or place for treatment.
For more urgent cases, such as those mentioned in the red chart below or on the National Institute of Health website, it is important you call 911 or go to your nearest hospital’s Emergency Room. If you are unsure where you should get treatment after reading the chart below, please call the center and ask to speak with your primary care physician’s nurse.
When to Schedule a Regular Appointment
When to Visit Our Walk-In Care
When to Call 911 or Visit Your Nearest Emergency Room
Need to reach us after hours?
The Center maintains a 24-hour answering service during the hours that the Center is closed. The answering service will connect you with a health care provider to discuss your medical condition and needs.
Please call these numbers to get in touch with us after hours: