Injuries and illnesses don’t always happen when your doctor’s office is open. To help you get care when you need it, we offer a Walk-In Clinic. The purpose of the Walk-In Clinic is to complement the care you receive from your primary care provider by offering same-day care when your regular provider is not available. The Walk-In Clinic provides high-quality medical care for routine or urgent medical conditions that are not life-threatening for people of all ages.
Examples of Services Offered:
- Common, non-life threatening illness of children and adults
- Cold and flu care
- Minor cuts needing stitches
- Sprains, strains and simple fractures
- Earache, sore throat and cough
- Bladder infections
- Asthma and breathing treatment
You may be sent to the emergency department if you have chest pain or other heart conditions, severe shortness of breath, stroke-like symptoms, severe abdominal pain or a severe head injury. The Walk-In Clinic is not equipped to properly diagnose or treat patients with certain conditions.
Become a Patient
We accept Medicare, Medicaid and most medical insurances. Please check with your insurance company to make sure your services will be covered.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should come to the clinic?
All adults and children are welcome. We treat medical conditions that need care right away, but are not life-threatening.
Who will care for me?
The Walk-In Clinic is staffed by skilled and friendly health care providers including nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Do I need an appointment?
No, patients will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
How long will I have to wait?
Our goal is to complete your care in less than one hour. We try our best to see you as quickly as possible. Wait times are based on the number of people seeking care as well as the seriousness of their conditions.
Is a Walk-In Clinic visit more affordable than an Emergency Room visit?
A Walk-In Clinic visit is normally a lower cost choice for patients than an Emergency Room visit. Depending on your insurance, a patient at the Walk-In Clinic will pay a co-pay similar to what they may pay for a doctor’s office visit.