Care on Your Schedule
Urgent care is just that. Walk in and see a doctor about your sinus pain, flu, even minor injuries. It's personalized care on your schedule. Affinity’s Urgent Care physicians are board certified, trained in family medicine and are available to see you anytime our ‘OPEN’ sign is lit.
Three convenient locations serving adults and children:
3329 N. Richmond St.
1855 S. Koeller St.
101 Main St.
|*closed Dec. 25|
When should you go to Urgent Care?
- Minor fracture
- Muscle pulls and sprains
- Cold & Flu Symptoms
- Sinus pain
- Strep throat
- Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
- Back pain
- Joint pain
- Cuts needing stitches
- Childhood illnesses: pink eye, impetigo, rashes
- Other minor health conditions
When should you go the Emergency Room?
- Serious injuries
- Breathing issues
- Significant bleeding
- Chest Pains
- Stroke symptoms like one-sided numbness or speech problems and chest pains
What should you do now? Call 911. In an emergency you want an experienced specialist and a top-notch emergency team. You’ll get both at Affinity regardless if you visit Mercy Medical Center, St. Elizabeth Hospital and Calumet Medical Center.