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Baptist Urgent Care



Visit our comprehensive Urgent Care page where you can find more information about our urgent care services, medical providers and practice locations.

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For Minor Illnesses & Injuries


What is Urgent Care & Walk-in Care?

Urgent care and walk-in care at Baptist is a fast, convenient way to get quality medical care without an appointment.


When should I use urgent care or walk-in care?

When you are presented with an unexpected medical need that isn’t life threatening.


What ages may be treated by an urgent care or walk-in care facility?

We treat patients ages 1 and older


Why should I use urgent care or walk-in care instead of the emergency room (ER)?

Compared to an ER, wait times are often much shorter at a Baptist urgent care or walk-in care facility and most visits are more affordable.


What if my illness or injury is worse than I thought?

If your illness or injury needs further attention by an emergency room you will be checked in at the ER where you will receive prompt, efficient and quality care.


Will you work with my primary care physician?

The best care is given with the patient’s complete history in mind. The team at our urgent care and walk-in care locations will work with your family medicine physician whenever possible. If you do not have a primary care physician, our staff can help you find one. For help finding a primary care physician now, please consult our doctor directory.


What Services are Offered at Urgent Care & Walk-in Care?

  • Minor Illnesses (at all locations)
  • Minor Injuries (at all locations)
  • School Examinations
  • Sports Physicals
  • Routine Immunizations
  • Laboratory Tests (at all locations)
  • Prescriptions
  • Imaging
  • Specialist Referral
  • Primary Care Referral
  • Occupational Medicine
  • Patients Ages 1+ Welcome (at all locations)

Will an urgent care or walk-in care facility accept my insurance?

Treatment is covered by insurance in most cases, but it is always best to check with your insurance carrier for confirmation.