Walk in care
Head to a walk in clinic for same-day care of minor illness or injury - whether it's a sore throat, sinus pressure or a worsening rash. Walk in care is a convenient option when you can't get in to see your primary care provider. We treat minor conditions for all ages; baby, child or adult.
Walk in clinics do not take appointments. Find a walk in clinic near you to get same day care.
When to go to a walk in clinic
Our convenient walk in clinics do not require appointments to receive medical care. Simply come to the clinic to have a doctor care for your non-life-threatening illness or injury.
Walk in clinic services
- blood pressure checks
- ear pain
- flu-like symptoms
- insect and tick bites
- pink eye
- sinus pain or pressure
- sore throat
- urinary discomfort
- other non-emergency illnesses or injuries
Walk in clinic vs urgent care
Walk in clinics are not able to care for urgent or life-threatening conditions.
Here is a basic rule of thumb to help you decide the right place to get care. Go to:
- the nearest emergency room (ER) or call 911 if you have any signs or symptoms of a life-threatening condition – emergency departments are open 24/7
- urgent care for non-life-threatening illness, infection or injury, when your clinic is closed or you can’t get a convenient appointment
- walk in care for a less expensive option for the treatment of minor illness, injury or skin issues.
Reviewed by: Emily Nelson, CNP
First published: 3/7/2017
Last reviewed: 6/3/2021