UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Cares
Illnesses and injuries don't always happen during regular business hours or when you have time to make an appointment. Urgent Care Clinics provide services for walk-in care and after-hours care for non-emergency situations at times convenient for you, every day of the week.
UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Cares offer a variety of amenities and services not always available in other care settings, such as online wait times. Check online to determine which clinic fits into your schedule best. Upon arriving at one of the clinics, enjoy complimentary refreshments, Wi-Fi, and phone charging stations.
Two Convenient Locations
UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care - West
This clinic is now open and is located in Asbury Square at 2255 JFK Road.
This clinic will be open every day of the year, including holidays.
UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care - East
This clinic is now open and is located at 1550 University Avenue. For an inside peek at this location, click on our virtual tour below.
Both urgent care clinics offer expanded evening and weekend hours for patient convenience. The clinics will be open from 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Illnesses and Injuries Treated at Urgent Cares
The urgent care clinics treat minor illnesses and injuries that require a health care provider's attention, but are not life-threatening. Injuries and illnesses treated at urgent care clinics include:
- Cough, cold, flu and sore throat
- Ear ache, ear pain and ear infections
- Eye problems
- Upper respiratory infection
- Skin infection, rash, skin lump, bump or growth
- Minor cuts
- Minor sports injuries or sprain
- Muscle aches and sprain
- Sunburn or other minor burns
- Nausea, dizziness, vomiting
- Fever without convulsion
- Neck or back pain
Flu Symptoms to Watch For This Season
Symptoms of the flu can come on quickly. Find out what to watch for and how to treat the symptoms at home from Debi Oldaker, FNP at UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care.
Viral vs. Bacterial Illnesses
Kim Deppe, ARNP, with UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care, discusses symptoms of Hand, Foot and Mouth, a viral illness and what parents should watch for. Also, learn helpful information on telling the difference in viral and bacterial infections during cold and flu season.
When Should I Go to Urgent Cares?
Urgent cares are not a replacement for primary care medicine. Learn more about which service is best for you here.
All life-threatening illnesses or injuries should go directly to UnityPoint Health Finley Hospital Emergency Room for treatment.