Urgent Care

Urgent Care

At our urgent care locations, we are available to evaluate patients who may be concerned about the coronavirus. Baptist Health Urgent Care provides treatment without an appointment. From sprains, strains and stitches to common illnesses, we’re offering more convenient care than ever before – all backed by the state’s most comprehensive healthcare provider.

Twenty Convenient Locations:

Baptist Health Urgent Care is an affiliate of Urgent Team Family of Urgent Care & Walk-in Centers.

Urgent Care Services & Resources:

Not sure if you should go to your primary care provider, an urgent care facility or an emergency room?

Most often your primary care provider (PCP) should be your first choice for care. They know your entire medical history and a scheduled office visit is the most cost-effective method of care. However, if you need immediate assistance, you can visit one of our Urgent Care facilities or emergency departmentsWhile both urgent and emergency care situations are serious, there are important distinctions between the two. There are a few basic guidelines for determining whether your medical condition is an emergency, or simply a condition that needs immediate attention.  Urgent care is for symptoms, pain or conditions that are not severe or life-threatening and do not require use of a hospital or emergency room. Always contact your PCP first.

Your PCP should be you first choice of care. If you don’t have one, Baptist Health can help. Browse our list of providers
You should visit an Urgent Care facility if you need immediate assistance.
If you are experiencing any of the following, don’t wait! Call 911 or get to your nearest hospital emergency room.
  • Common illnesses such as colds, flu, earaches, sore throats, migraines, fever or rashes
  • Minor injuries such as sprains, back pain, minor cuts and burns, minor broken bones, or minor eye injuries
  • Regular physicals, prescription refills, vaccinations, and screenings
  • All chronic problems that your provider is helping you manage
  • Common illnesses such as colds, the flu, earaches, sore throats, migraines, fever, rashes
  • Minor injuries such as sprains, back pain, minor cuts and burns, minor broken bones, or minor eye injuries
  • Chest pain
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Coughing or vomiting blood
  • Severe burns
  • Deep cuts or uncontrolled bleeding
  • Sudden blurred vision
  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness, or loss of coordination or balance
  • Numbness in the face, arm or leg
  • Sudden severe headache (not migraine)
  • Seizures
  • High fever
  • Any other condition you believe is life threatening.

To view more information about immediate care options, including Virtual Care, download our new myBaptistHealth app: