Urgent Care

When it’s not an emergency, but you want immediate care, walk into one of our Mercy Urgent Care or Mercy Convenient Care locations. Both can provide care quickly without the wait and expense of a visit to the emergency room. We offer pediatric urgent care as well as adult care.

Our Urgent Care locations are open seven days a week. Check individual listings for Urgent Care or Convenient Care hours. We are closed on Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Find the nearest Urgent Care location by searching below.

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What is the difference between urgent care and convenient care?

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

Urgent care doctors treat all of the same conditions as Convenient Care, plus injuries and illness that require a more advanced response, such as stitches or X-rays. A visit to Mercy Urgent Care costs more than a visit to convenient care, but still saves you money over a trip to the ER.

When should I use the urgent care?

Come to Mercy Urgent Care for treatment of common health concerns, such as:

When should I use the ER?

Urgent care is not a substitute for emergency care. For serious or life-threatening problems, you should go to the emergency room at the hospital nearest you. If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, don't wait! Call 911 or get to your nearest hospital ER.

  • Allergic reaction with difficulty breathing, loss of consciousness, or swelling of the tongue, lips or airway
  • Vomiting, blurred vision, severe headache, loss of motor skills or following a fall or head injury
  • Signs of shock: chills, blue lips or fingernails, severe pain, dizziness or rapid breathing
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness or loss of coordination or balance
  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Deep cuts or bleeding that won't stop
  • Numbness in the face, arm or leg
  • Coughing up or vomiting blood
  • Sudden, severe headache
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Sudden blurred vision
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Severe burns
  • Chest pain
  • Seizures

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