Urgent Care

urgent care doctorOur urgent care center provides you and your family with urgent medical care where and when you need it, in a clean and comfortable setting. For those times when you have a medical issue that is not necessarily an emergency, but still requires medical attention sooner rather than later - our urgent care providers are here for you, seven days a week.

We offer a variety of urgent care services and treatment for minor injuries and illnesses including:

    • Sore throat
    • Ear aches
    • Cough
    • Cold or flu symptom
    • Sinus pain
    • Mild shortness of breath related to asthma
    • Fever without rash
    • Minor cuts requiring sutures
    • Minor burns
    • Rashes (including poison ivy or tick bite related)
    • Abscess requiring drainage
    • Minor extremity injuries
    • Sports related injuries
    • Mild back pain
    • Muscular pain
    • Persistent diarrhea
    • Vomiting, but still able to drink fluids
    • Stomach pain (not severe)
    • Suspected gout flare
    • Painful urination
    • Flu shots
    • X-ray services for possible minor bone break

The well trained medical professionals at Sturdy Memorial Urgent Care provide access to expert medical care for both adults and pediatric patients. Our walk-in clinic offers on-site laboratory and x-ray services, walk-in and same-day appointments - all in one convenient location. You trust Sturdy Memorial for your family's medical emergencies and now you can put that same level of trust in our urgent care services.


If you believe you may have been exposed to or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, such as fever (above 100.4 degrees, cough, or shortness of breath), please call your physician's office to discuss your care. We ask that you do not come to the Emergency Department or any of our urgent care facilities without prior communication with your doctor. If you feel you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1 or proceed to the emergency department.

Please note, patients experiencing chest pain or stroke symptoms should NOT visit an urgent care location or schedule a video visit. Please dial 911 or seek emergency services at a hospital.

Changes to Walk-In Procedure

While we are accepting walk-in patients, due to COVID-19 there have been changes to our procedure. The reception staff will screen you and ask you for your contact information. If you are instructed to wait for an in-person visit you may be asked to sit in your car until the provider is ready to see you. Staff will call you and meet you at the entrance to take your temperature and bring you into the office.

Urgent Care Hours:

Open 7 days a week, including most holidays*.
We accept our last patient 10 minutes prior to closing or once we have reached our daily capacity.

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Weekends: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Holiday Hours:

New Year's Day - 8am - 4pm

Martin Luther King Jr. Day - 8am - 4pm

President's Day - 8am -4pm

Memorial Day - 8am - 4pm

4th of July - 8am - 4pm

Labor Day - 8am - 4pm

Columbus Day - 8am - 4pm

*Thanksgiving - CLOSED

Christmas Eve - 8am - 4pm

*Christmas - CLOSED

New Year's Eve - 8am - 4pm

Not Sure Where to Go?

If you are having a medical issue but aren't sure where to go, Urgent Care or the Emergency Department, view our quick guide to see what will best meet your needs.

Read Our Guide

Having An Emergency?

If you are experiencing symptoms of a stroke, heart attack, head injury, or other life threatening emergency you should always call 911 and proceed by ambulance to the nearest emergency department. Our emergency department at Sturdy Memorial Hospital is open 24 hours a day. We are equipped to handle some of the most serious situations life has to offer, and see close to 50,000 visits annually. Learn more about our emergency services.

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Emergency Preparedness

Our emergency preparedness team routinely holds "disaster drills" to test the preparedness of all departments during an internal or external emergency. Taking a leadership role in preparing our community, we have also focused on educating municipalities, health agencies, community organizations and residents about potential threats.