If you are having a life-threatening emergency, call 911 or
go to the nearest
hospital emergency room.
A life threatening medical emergency is any situation which endangers life or limb, involves uncontrolled bleeding, loss of consciousness or cannot be delayed without serious effects on your health.
For other urgent, but non-life threatening conditions, such
as bone fractures and cuts, go to our UrgentCare clinics. Walk-in, no appointment is needed.
After clinic hours, patients with other non-life threatening issues that need immediate attention may speak to one of our on-call physicians. The answering service will receive your call and forward it to the appropriate on-call physician. To reach the on-call physician, call the main switchboard for the location where you see your physician.
See clinic locations.