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Urgent Care for illnesses

Feeling sick with a cough, sore throat, or fever but not sure what illness you might have? We can help at any of our conveniently located urgent care centers. Just walk in or save your spot online. We're here for you seven days a week. We have on-site labs and experienced providers who can help you feel better faster.

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Illness diagnosis: Am I sick?

Dealing with a common illness like strep throat, the flu, COVID-19, or something else? Whether you have a contagious illness like strep throat or just not feeling your best, our team of caring providers and experienced staff will help you get the proper diagnosis and treatment. With same-day visits, referrals to specialists, online registration, and a patient portal for test results, a trip to any of our urgent care centers couldn't be more convenient. 

We offer lab tests and chest X-rays with rapid results to diagnose and provide treatment plans during your initial visit. We also have a vast network of providers. Don't miss work or school for an illness we can treat.

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Common illnesses treated at urgent care

Our caring providers at our urgent care centers are here to help you feel better faster. Our conveniently located medical clinics can treat the following:

  • Allergies and asthma
  • Cold and flu
  • Cough, bronchitis, and respiratory infections
  • Earache and ear infections
  • Fever and chills 
  • Headache and migraine 
  • Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea 
  • Sore throat, strep, and laryngitis
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We offer in-person or virtual visits. Find your closest center and walk in or save your spot online to get started.

Pediatric care for children’s illnesses

All of our urgent care centers offer pediatric care for children six months and older. We also have several specialty clinics with pediatric specialists on staff who can treat younger infants as well. Visit one of our centers for the evaluation and treatment of common pediatric illnesses like strep throat, cold, RSV, and the flu. 

Our centers are open with extended hours, 365 days a year when the pediatrician’s office might be closed. Just walk in or save your spot online to get started.

When to go to urgent care for illness treatment

Our urgent care centers are here to help with any nonemergency medical concerns that require evaluation and treatment. When you visit our urgent care centers, you can expect prompt attention from a caring and knowledgeable provider. Visit our services page to view our comprehensive list of services. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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Why choose urgent care over the emergency room?

Although they treat many of the same ailments, and for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses like coughs, colds, sore throats, strains, ear aches, rashes, UTIs, insect bites, headaches, allergies, lacerations, concussions, and dehydration.

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