Urgent Care

WHAT WE DO

Treating non-life-threatening illnesses on a walk-in basis (no appointment needed) and open seven days a week.

Monday – Saturday: 8:00AM – 8:00PM
Sunday: 1:00PM – 7:00PM

WHY URGENT CARE?

Emergency rooms prioritize patients based on severity of need. That’s why a less serious injury or illness may require hours of waiting. An ER visit can cost much more than seeing a primary care physician or specialist, but getting an appointment can often take days and most don’t offer evening care.

When a minor injury or illness needs immediate attention, Xpress Wellness Urgent Care is an ideal alternative. Walk-in clinics are operated by highly qualified medical professionals so you can be confident that you’re getting the highest level of care

Xpress Wellness is open seven days a week, with no appointments needed.

XPRESS WELLNESS PROVIDES CARE FOR:

  • Minor fractures
  • Flu
  • Ear infections
  • Upper respiratory infection
  • Bite or puncture wounds
  • Work-related injuries (workers comp)

WHEN SHOULD YOU GO TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM?

Heart attack symptoms

  • For men, this includes chest or jaw pain and pain in left arm
  • Women are less likely to have the chest, left arm or jaw pain and should look for shortness of breath, sudden dizziness, weakness or nausea, unexplained sweating and fatigue.


Signs of a stroke
  • Sudden numbness or weakness
  • Sudden speech difficulties
  • Trouble seeing out of one or both eyes
  • Unexpected dizziness or loss of balance
  • Excruciating headache


Blow to the head resulting in loss of consciousness, seizure or vomiting

Unexplained loss of consciousness or fainting

Bleeding that doesn’t stop when applying pressure for 10–20 minutes

Serious burns

Sudden disorientation or confusion

WHEN SHOULD I TAKE MY CHILD TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM?

  • Your child has had a change in mental status (sleepy, disoriented, confused).
  • Your child has a cut that won’t stop bleeding.
  • Your child has a stiff neck along with a fever.
  • Your child has a rapid heartbeat that doesn’t slow down.
  • Your child accidentally ingests a poisonous substance or too much medication.
  • Your child has had more than minor head trauma.


Some situations may seem alarming but don’t require a trip to the ER. Call our clinic or your pediatrician if your child is experiencing these symptoms:
 
  • Ear pain
  • Pain in the abdomen
  • Headache that doesn’t go away
  • Rash
  • Mild wheezing
  • Persistent cough