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UnityPoint Clinic - Express (Lindale)

153 Collins Road Northeast
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402

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UnityPoint Clinic - Express (Peck's Landing)

1940 Blairs Ferry Road
Suite 104
Hiawatha, Iowa 52233

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Urgent Care - Anamosa

1795 Hwy 64 East
Anamosa, Iowa 52205

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Urgent Care - Hiawatha

1001 N. Center Point Road
Suite A
Hiawatha, Iowa 52233

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Urgent Care - Marion

2992 7th Ave.
Marion, Iowa 52302

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Urgent Care - Westside

2375 Edgewood Rd SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404

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Where to Get the Care You Need, 
When You Need It

When a health need comes up, your first thought is to get medical care as soon as possible, and the after-hours clinic or closest emergency room may seem like the only options. As you consider an where to go, UnityPoint Health wants you to know all the ways you can get the care you need before spending more than you want to – or should.

When to Go to Your Primary Care Provider 

You can't guess when you or someone in your family will get sick. But, when things come up during the week, your primary care provider is the best place to start. Whether you need to be seen for an illness that doesn't need immediate attention or you need to set up your annual physical, your primary care provider can address all aspects of your care. Many primary care offices will even have same-day or next-day appointments available for non-emergent care.  

If you need assistance in choosing a primary care provider that meets your needs, please call (319) 558-4858.

Conditions Commonly Treated by a Primary Care Provider

  • Preventive care (routine immunizations, annual physicals and wellness exams)
  • Medication refills
  • Persistent cold symptoms
  • Sinus infection
  • Ear infection
  • Rash or skin infection
  • Diabetes
  • Fever
  • Sprains and strains
  • Pink eye
  • Wart removal 
  • High blood pressure and high cholesterol 
  • Anxiety and depression

When to Go to a Walk-In Clinic

If health needs come up on the evenings, weekends and holidays, walk-in clinics are available. With walk-in appointments and flexible hours, urgent care/express care clinics are good options when the unexpected happens. UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care locations are open every day, including most holidays. UnityPoint Clinic – Express Peck's Landing and UnityPoint Clinic - Express Lindale locations offer other great options to get the care you need, when you need it.

Walk-in clinics should be used for injuries and illnesses that aren't life threatening but still require fast attention. 

Conditions Commonly Treated at a Walk-In Clinic

  • Upper respiratory problems
  • Sinus infection, sore throat or ear infection
  • Minor injuries, including small cuts and burns
  • Non-life threatening allergic reactions 
  • Minor rash or skin infection
  • Bug bites, minor animal or human bites
  • Urinary tract infection

When to Use Virtual Care 

UnityPoint Health Virtual Care allows you to access care where it's most convenient for you - home, office or on the go. You can have a virtual consult to diagnose and treat a variety of medical issues through secure video on your computer or phone. It's patient-centric healthcare that you've come to trust from UnityPoint Health, where and when you need it. 

Help your family feel better without leaving home. Try virtual care today!

Conditions Commonly Treated Through Virtual Care

  • Bronchitis
  • Cough
  • Sinus infection
  • Sore throat 
  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Pink eye
  • Influenza
  • Sprains and strains
  • Respiratory infection
  • Headache
  • Anxiety and/or depression
  • Weight concerns
  • Smoking cessation

When to Go to the Emergency Room

For serious or life-threatening health issues, you need to immediately call 911 or go to the emergency room. 

In addition to longer waits, the emergency department is an expensive place to receive care and should be utilized only for life-threatening injuries and illnesses.

Reasons to Go to the Emergency Room

  • Chest pain or symptoms of heart attack (sweating and shortness of breath)
  • Symptoms of stroke (sudden dizziness, weakness, loss of coordination, balance and vision problems)
  • Injuries from a car accident
  • Head pain (sudden or severe) or head injury
  • Loss of consciousness (with or without head injury)
  • Deep cuts or bleeding that won't stop 
  • Open broken bones
  • Abdominal pain (sudden or severe)
  • Seizure
  • Poisoning
  • Uncontrollable fever
  • Foreign object in the eye