Know Before You Go
Have an unexpected illness or injury but unsure whether to rush to the ER? Knowing the difference between emergency care and urgent care can save your life. When in doubt, it's better to be safe and call 9-1-1 or go to the closest ER.
- your condition requires immediate care but isn't life threatening
- your doctor isn't available or it's after hours
Open 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.,
seven days a week. Walk-ins welcome or call to make an appointment.
- your condition is life threatening
- your symptoms are severe
Open 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
How Long Will I have to Wait?
Save time with Jefferson Urgent Care, walk-ins are welcome or call ahead to let us know you are coming. Your wait time is based on your arrival time.
In an ER, doctors will see patients with the most serious conditions first. If your condition is less urgent, you'll often wait longer.
What Else Does Urgent Care Provide?
- On-site X-rays
- On-site Lab
- Electrocardiograms (EKGs)
- Nebulizer Therapy
- Intravenous Fluids
- Care Coordination With Your Primary Provider
Who will be treating me?
You will receive the same level of expert care as you've come to expect at Jefferson. Our Urgent Care doctors are highly trained and board certified in Emergency Medicine.
Your primary care doctor will be informed if any follow-up care is necessary.