What is an urgent care center?
Can I use the urgent care center as my primary physician?
Will I be charged if I am unable to be treated at an urgent care center?
Is an urgent care the same as an emergency room?
When should I go to an urgent care center?
Urgent care centers are equipped to treat and manage certain non-life threatening injuries and illnesses, such as sprains, skin rashes, fractures, infections, etc. Also, if your primary care physician is unavailable to treat common illnesses like a cold and the flu, an urgent care center is a good alternative.
Can I walk-in for service?
We highly encourage a check-in time and on extra busy days, we may only accept patients who have check-in times. Though we do accept walk-in patients, the wait tends to be longer compared to a patient with a check-in time as they have priority over a walk-in patient. Schedule your check-in time to help expedite your wait!
Do I have to have insurance to receive care at an urgent care center?
Insurance is not required to receive treatment. We accept cash, checks and most major credit cards. However, payment in full is required at the time of service for private pay patients.