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Immediate Care

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Call your healthcare provider if you:

  • Feel sick with fever, cough or have difficulty breathing
  • Have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19
  • Live in or have recently traveled from an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19

Your healthcare provider will determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19. We urge you to please call for a screening prior to walking into a clinic. See the latest information regarding COVID-19, including notices and closures.

 

Convenient, Walk-In, Non-Emergency Outpatient Care

NCH Immediate Care Centers provide convenient and responsive medical care for non-emergencies requiring prompt medical attention, no appointment necessary. Choosing immediate care is a more convenient, lower cost option than an ER visit. View a map of all NCH locations.

Conditions Treated at NCH Immediate Care Centers

• Sprains, bruises
• Minor fractures and broken bones
• Respiratory illnesses and infections such as bronchitis
• Eye injuries
• Flu symptoms
• Sore throats
• Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
• Earaches
• Simple injuries such as scrapes, cuts and burns
• Skin problems such as poison ivy

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Emergency Care

Emergency Care

Call 911 if you are (or think you are) experiencing a life-threatening emergency.

View Emergency Care Locations

The NCH Advantage

The NCH Advantage

Staffed by Knowledgeable Immediate Care Professionals

Board certified. Trained to treat patients of all ages.

Comprehensive, Timely Care

Average time-in to time-out-- 60 minutes. 

Full NCH Resources Available

For medical treatment and diagnostic testing, when necessary.

Follow-Up Care

Patients are encouraged to follow up with a personal physician for further evaluation. Patients without a physician can get referrals to more than 1,000 NCH–affiliated doctors

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