Urgent Care & Walk-In Clinics in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Urgent Care Clinics in Cedar Rapids

UnityPoint Clinic Urgent Care offers walk-in care for minor illness and injury. Our urgent care teams, which include physicians board certified in urgent care have the experience and expertise to provide high quality care for patients of all ages. With four convenient clinic locations in Cedar Rapids, Anamosa and Hiawatha, you have easy access to care when you need it – no appointment necessary!

Reserve Your Spot

Check in online at any of the urgent care locations listed below and we'll reserve your place in line, allowing you and your family to wait more comfortably at home – or wherever is convenient – until your estimated visit time. In 2018, patients who reserved their spot online were seen without a wait 99 percent of the time.


Pediatric Urgent Care

Walk in with your child. Be seen. Get the pediatric care they need, when they need it, you can also schedule an appointment by calling your pediatric office.

Every moment counts and that is why we offer a Pediatric Urgent Care focused entirely on children. Walk-ins are available at our Cedar Rapids' location from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. or you can call us to schedule a same day pediatric appointment - even nights or weekends. 


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Words with Webb: Cold weather = Sensitive Skin

by Seth Webb - February 15, 2019

Lately, I have seen several patients in my clinic concerned about their child's skin. It seems that during this time of year, as the weather gets colder and the air gets drier, I see an increase in the number of patients concerned about rashes and patches of dry skin. I thought skin development would be a good topic to discuss this month in conjunction with some cold weather skin protection and safety tips.