Convenient Care

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Mercy Convenient Care is a great choice when you can’t get in to see your regular doctor. You can walk in without an appointment and see a health care professional for the same cost as a visit to your regular doctor. Come to Mercy Convenient Care for treatment of minor health conditions that include:

  • Coughs, colds and flu
  • Sore throats
  • Ear problems
  • Urinary symptoms
  • Acute skin conditions
  • Minor injuries

“Come On In” Service at Mercy Clinics

At times, patients have unexpected health issues and need to see a doctor right away. To address this need, a growing number of Mercy Internal Medicine and Family Medicine Clinics are offering patients the opportunity to “Come On In” for care.

With Come On In, you don’t need to make an appointment or call the clinic prior to arrival. Just drop in and we’ll see you that same day. Patients can check their Mercy Clinic practice’s web page to see if this service is available.

Come On In services include treatment for minor illnesses and injuries, including:*

  • Symptom evaluation
  • Simple cuts, puncture wounds, abscesses
  • Sprains and strains
  • Cold and flu symptoms (fever, ear pain, strep, mono)
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Rashes, minor burns, insect bites
  • Simple follow-up visits (blood pressure checks, medication re-check)

*Complex issues may require follow-up appointments.

Convenient Care vs. Emergency Care

What You Should Know

Convenient Care

For more serious conditions that might require stitches or X-rays, come to a Mercy Urgent Care location. 

Learn more about urgent care.

Emergency Room

Convenient and urgent care are not substitutes for the emergency room.

Learn more about emergency services.

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