For your safety, Family Care Network clinics have additional measures in place to reduce the risk of coronavirus exposure. If you need medical care for a minor illness or injury, FCN Urgent Care is here for you 7 days a week.
Patients are seen on a first come, first served basis (no appointments). We accept most major medical insurance plans. All urgent care locations are open to FCN and non-FCN patients.
We can also see you via telemedicine. Go to On-Demand Telemedicine>> to learn more.
Urgent Care is a lower-cost alternative to the emergency room, with shorter wait times and a calmer setting to treat issues such as:
- Cold and flu symptoms (fever, sore throat, cough, etc.)
- Sprains and strains
- Possible fractures
- Work-related injuries
- Eye or ear infection
- Sinus pain
- Back pain
- Minor cuts, scrapes or burns
- Minor abdominal or pelvic pain
- Urinary discomfort or symptoms
Questions? For more information, read Family Care Network's Urgent Care FAQ.
Life-threatening emergencies should be seen at the hospital, or dial 911. This includes difficulty breathing, heart attack/stroke, extremely high fever, severe trauma or open fracture (broken bone protruding through the skin), uncontrolled bleeding, poisoning, severe pain, major burns and other serious medical issues.
Sports clearance, CDL certification, and routine vaccinations are not available at Urgent Care. Please call your regular doctor to schedule an appointment.