When you need prompt, convenient access to medical care for minor illnesses or injuries, without an appointment, you can turn to the Walk-In Urgent Care Center.
The Walk-In Urgent Care Center is not an emergency room. Go directly to the nearest hospital or call 911 if you're experiencing chest pain, abdominal pain, have sustained multiple injuries, are unsure if your condition is serious or feel it may be worsening.
Urgent Care Vs. Emergency Care
It's important to know the difference between the services available in an emergency department (Emergency Room ER) and those available at a walk-in urgent care center before an accident, incident or illness arises.
- Back strain
- Cuts, scrapes and minor wounds
- Difficult or painful urination
- Imaging services
- Minor burns
- Minor eye injuries, infections or irritations
- Minor illness and injury
- Muscle aches and pains
- Other minor conditions
- Sore throats and colds
- Sprains and minor fractures
- Work-related injuries and worker's compensation checks
It's important to remember to call your doctor before seeking urgent care services. If you're unable to get an immediate appointment with your doctor, or if the office is closed, your doctor may advise you to seek urgent care services.
One Hour or Less
We know your time is valuable and are committed to treating your minor illnesses or injury in one hour or less. Patients are generally seen in order of their arrival; however, staff will assess patients according to the severity of their conditions, when they first arrive.
One Health Record
One sophisticated electronic health records system ensures continuity of care for Concord Hospital Medical Group (CHMG) patients by keeping their CHMG providers informed of the care provided through the Walk-In Urgent Care Center.
One-on-one care and attention from experienced providers are what you should expect at every visit. Walk-in Urgent Care Center providers are all linked electronically and all within one hospital centered on innovative care.