Urgent or Emergency Care?

Do you have a health issue that should be checked today? Usually it’s best to see your primary care provider, but sometimes symptoms occur at inconvenient times or you don’t want to wait.

For minor problems, go to Urgent Care. For life-threatening accidents or injuries, call 911 or visit the closest Emergency Department.

 
Experiencing this condition?
 

Urgent Care

Emergency Department

Allergy (minor)
Asthma attack (minor)
Blurred vision
Breathing problems, shortness of breath
Broken bones
(if minor, no exposed bone)
Burns and cuts
(severe burns, deep cuts)
Chest pain
Concussion
(if severe)
Cough and cold
(if coughing up blood)
Diarrhea
Dizziness
Ear pain
Fever
(> 104°, or baby is < 3 months old)
Foreign object removal
Headache
(if sudden and severe, not migraine)
Nausea
Numbness in arm, face or leg
Pink eye
Rash, skin concerns
Seizures
Sexually transmitted disease
Stomach pain
(if severe)
Sprains and strains
Urinatry Tract Infection 
Vomiting
(if vomiting blood)