URGENT CARE SERVICES
We treat adults and children for a wide variety of illnesses on a walk-in basis 7 days a week. We offer convenient lab and X-ray services right at our facility and aim to provide Accessible, Fast, Low-Cost Care When You Need It.
Rashes | Nausea | Vomiting | Diarrhea | Dizziness | Migraines and Headaches
Sinus Infections | Ear and Eye Infections | UTIs
We treat minor burns in St. Francis Urgent Care. As part of our treatment, we discuss wound care and treatment, how to minimize scarring, prescribe antibiotics if appropriate and update immunizations if needed.
St. Francis Urgent Care is equipped to treat bone fractures, sprains, or lacerations. We offer treatments for pulled muscles, cuts and contusions, and even the most basic of abrasions and scrapes. With a digital x-ray on-site, our Providers can quickly read and interpret x-rays.
Sports-related injuries | On-the-job injuries | Lacerations/abrasions | Neck and back injuries | Sprains & Fractures | Orthopedic splinting
When you have a bad cough or the signs of a viral infection, seeing a doctor right away can help you avoid complications and get on the road to good health much faster. We diagnose and treat several different types of respiratory conditions, making St. Francis Urgent Care a convenient alternative to a hospital emergency room.
Ear, Nose and Throat Problems | Cold and Flu Symptoms | Allergies and asthma
St. Francis Urgent Care recommends that sexually active individuals receive regular STD testing. Testing can provide you piece of mind and help detect issues early on. Even if you do not have symptoms, testing is still recommended as some may not show symptoms right away. Many STDs can be treated, especially if caught early. When left untreated, complications may occur.
HIV/AIDS | Chlamydia | Syphilis | Gonorrhea | Hepatitis C | HPV | Herpes
We have digital x-ray on-site, available daily including evenings and weekends. Our board-certified radiologist routinely diagnose fractures, pneumonia and other ailments visible with x-ray and make the reports available for our patients within minutes.
St. Francis Urgent Care is equipped with an on-site lab that can analyze blood work and urinalysis. We also have several different swab tests including flu and strep. We are integrated with LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics for tests that are not available at the Urgent Care.
We have EKG machines on-site at all times. If there is any concern for cardiovascular disease we may still refer a patient to a hospital emergency department for further evaluation
Urgent care is immediate care for illnesses or injuries that does not appear to be life threatening but cannot wait for a primary care visit. At St. Francis Urgent Care, we provide this convenient and immediate care alternative to waiting for hours in a hospital Emergency Room to care for an illnesses or injury is not life threatening or for patients whose regular physician cannot offer a timely appointment.
Major head trauma • Chest pain • Loss of consciousness • Children less than 5 years • Pregnancy bleeding or complications • Life-threatening allergic reactions • Severe burns • Severe choking (cannot breathe or talk) • Severe abdominal pain • Signs or symptoms of stroke or heart attack • Amputation of a body part • Near drowning • Electrical shock • Open or angulated fractures • Deep knife wounds or gunshot wounds • Heavy, uncontrollable bleeding
Accidents and falls • Sprains and strains • Fever or flu • Vomiting, diarrhea • Moderate back problems / Severe sore throat or cough • Skin rashes and infections • Eye irritation and redness • Breathing difficulties (i.e. mild to moderate asthma) • Bleeding + cuts • Urinary tract infections • Minor broken bones and fractures (i.e. fingers, toes) • Diagnostic services, including X-rays and laboratory tests