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.
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.