Urgent Care

Doctor bandaging patients knee.

When you need quick medical attention, but it doesn’t warrant a visit to the emergency room, you can easily walk into an Urgent Care clinic.

If your doctor isn’t available or you need care after hours, Urgent Care is a great option.


When to go to Urgent Care

You can go to urgent care for a variety of non-emergent conditions and illnesses, including:

  • Sprains, strains, and cuts
  • Minor infections, rashes, and sore throats
  • Most acute care concerns and minor injuries
  • Minor broken bones
  • Colds, flu, and earaches
  • Minor burns

Urgent care is available seven days a week, including holidays. X-ray and lab services are on-site. No appointment is required.

Remember, urgent care isn’t a replacement for your primary care doctor or the emergency room.


Get Seen VirtuallyMother and daughter doing a virtual visit on a cell phone.

Now, you don’t even need to leave your home to get quick medical attention. Virtual Visit provides quick, convenient minor medical care via your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Plus, you can start a visit anytime, any day of the week.

Start a Virtual Visit

All visits are completed by a Faith Regional Physician Services provider. See a list of conditions we treat virtually.

Experiencing a medical emergency?

Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

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