Urgent Care Services
We recognize that your relationship with your primary care doctor is very important, but sometimes urgent healthcare needs arise when your doctor is not immediately available. 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. 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.
What Conditions Can be Treated by Urgent Care Specialists?
Urgent Care services are available without an appointment for any non-life-threatening medical condition, including:• Abdominal pain
• Burns and bruises
• Colds, cough, upper respiratory infection, sore throat
• COVID-19 and COVID-19 testing for those with symptoms
• Lacerations, cuts, scrapes, laceration repair
• Ear and sinus pain
• Work-related injuries/L&I Claims
• Fish hook removal
• Fractures and sprains, splinting
• Insect stings and bites
• Minor head injuries
• Minor eye trauma (foreign body in eye)
• Nausea and vomiting
• Pediatric illness
• Rashes and hives
• Repetitive use injuries
• Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
• Sports-related injuries
• Urinary Tract Infections
• Yeast/ bacterial infections
• Abscess drainage
• Adult EKG
• Injections (Antibiotics, Tetanus vaccine, Steroids)
• Instant urinalysis, pregnancy and glucose testing
• Sports (school) physicals - Youth who have had COVID-19 require additional testing that is not offered in Urgent Care. Please contact your primary care provider for an appointment.
• Suture/Staple removal
• X-ray, Ultrasound, CT Scan
• Ingrown Toenail Removal
• IV Fluid Infusion