Skagit Regional Health-Urgent Care Station Square
Set to open January 2023!
Skagit Regional Health Urgent Care locations are open 364 days per year, closing only on Christmas Day.
Urgent Care is a good option when you have a medical problem that is not life-threatening, but needs a doctor’s attention within 24 hours. And with our system-wide network of Skagit Regional Health services, we can access your records and help guide you to specialized follow-up care.
Not sure whether you need urgent care or emergency care? Making the right choice could save your life. If you are experiencing a life-threatening illness or injury – such as major head trauma, chest pain, severe abdominal pain, severe bleeding or loss of consciousness – make sure someone calls 911 immediately or go directly to an Emergency Room.
Testing for COVID-19 is offered at all three Urgent Care locations. Staff in these locations are well trained and equipped to safely address respiratory illnesses. Our team has protocols in place to quickly identify, manage, test and treat patients of various infectious conditions, including COVID-19. Upon identification that a patient may be presenting with potential COVID-19 symptoms they will be directed to a waiting area away from other patients. For more information about our updated safety protocols, please visit Patient Care - The New Normal.