WHAT WE TREAT
Treatments & Services
Emerson Health Urgent Care is part of the Emerson Health network and is here to complement your primary care doctor by taking care of problems that are often seen in your doctor's office, but cannot wait until the office is open. If you do not have a primary care doctor, our urgent care clinic can help you with your immediate medical need. Emerson’s board-certified physicians are experienced in caring for patients of all ages for a variety of conditions. Each patient should have an exceptional experience. You can request a spot in advance to lessen your wait time or you can just walk in seven days a week. The clinic offers a complete language access solution that includes over-the-phone, video remote, and onsite interpretation along with an easy-to-use translation service to enhance visits for patients who may require this service.
- COLD, COUGH, FLU, SINUS INFECTION
- FEVER IN CHILDREN OVER 3 MONTHS OF AGE
- SORE THROAT, EARACHE, BRONCHITIS
- URINARY TRACT INFECTION
- RASH, POISON IVY
- MILD ASTHMA
- INSECT STINGS
- VOMITING AND DIARRHEA
- BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS
- SIMPLE FRACTURES, SPRAINS, STRAINS
- GENERAL WOUND CARE, CUTS AND LACERATIONS
- MINOR BURNS
- MINOR EYE PROBLEMS
DIAGNOSTIC TESTS ON-SITE
- LAB WORK
||◦ URINE PREGNANCY
||◦ RAPID STREP
|◦ FLU A+B
||◦ LYME (IgG/IgM)
|◦ BREATH ALCOHOL SCREEN
||◦ URINE DRUG PANEL
We also collaborate with Emerson Hospital if further diagnostic testing is needed.
Emerson’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
Emerson Health is committed to a culture of belonging, inclusivity, diversity, and equity. We value and appreciate individuality and diversity of thought, experience, and perspective. We support a culture where every person is respected and treated fairly. Emerson embraces DEI principles with our patients at the center of our actions.
Urgent care is not an emergency room.
If you are experiencing severe chest or abdominal pain, have sustained multiple injuries, or are unsure if your condition is serious, life threatening, or feel it may be worsening, then go directly to the nearest hospital or call 911.