Urgent Care & UnityPoint Clinic - Express

If you have a serious or life-threatening medical emergency, call 911 immediately. For immediate help with a mental health crisis, including suicidal thoughts, call 988.

We know it can be frustrating when you or a loved one isn't feeling well. Please be kind. We want to get you better as soon as possible. We're doing our best, so you can feel your best. 


Our walk-in clinics are experiencing very high-demand which can create extended wait times. Before seeking walk-in care, please check with your primary care provider for same-day appointments or get care at home using UnityPoint Health online care.

Virtual Urgent Care

We understand illnesses and injuries don't always happen during regular business hours. Our convenient urgent care clinics accept walk-in patients for non-emergency situations every day of the week, after hours and on holidays. You can also get urgent care services online with UnityPoint Virtual Urgent Care.

We're in Your Community

With an extensive network of locations and physicians throughout Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin; we're here to help when you need us.

Many of our locations also include UnityPoint Clinic – Express, a walk-in clinic focused on time-saving care for people of all ages. This model of care includes extended hours, online spot reservations and a goal of door-to-door service in around 30 minutes. UnityPoint Clinic – Express locations are open 365 days, all holiday and from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. each and every day.

If you are experiencing chest pain or shortness of breath, please go to the Emergency Department or call 911 immediately. For less serious medical issues, such as physicals, medication refills or to leave a message for your primary care doctor, you can access your My UnityPoint patient portal 24/7!

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