Though we accept walk-in during afterhours but setting up appointment will prevent unnecessary inconvenience and help us to improve our quality of care.

If you have a non-urgent condition – fever, flu symptoms, allergic reactions, minor cuts, animal bites, bladder infection – your primary care physician’s office is your best bang for buck when it comes to time and cost.

If you have an extreme medical condition – stroke, heart attack, severe burns, electrical shock – the resources and services available at hospital emergency rooms make that a far better choice.

Condition treated in After hour clinic:

  • Same-day treatment for minor illness
  • Ear, nose and throat infections
  • Pink eye and stye
  • Bladder infections
  • Typical headaches
  • Common Cough or fever
  • Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
  • Skin Rash or insect bites (without fever)
  • Mild asthma attacks
  • Allergies
  • Pregnancy testing
  • School Physical
  • Sports physicals
  • Limited lab testing
  • Minor injuries
  • Abrasions
  • Sprains
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  • Suture removal
  • Vaccines
  • Flu
  • Tetanus
  • Hepatitis B
  • TB skin test.
ConditionEmergency Room CostUrgent Care Cost
Acute Bronchitis$595$127
Sore Throat$525$94
Pink Eye$370$102
Strep Throat$531$111
Upper Respiratory Infection$486$111
Urinary Tract Infection$665$112

The Annals of Internal Medicine study found that the average cost of an urgent care visit for three common illnesses — middle ear infection, pharyngitis and urinary tract infection — was $155. Other estimates place the average urgent care visit at anywhere from $71 to $125. The bottom line is that an urgent care visit is substantially cheaper than an emergency room visit*.


• Persistent Chest Pain
• Persistent Shortness of breath
• Loss of Balance or fainting
• Difficulty Speaking, Altered Mental Status or Confusion
• Weakness or Paralysis
• Severe Heart Palpitations
• Sudden, Severe Headache

• Sudden Testicular Pain or Swelling
• Newborn baby with Fever
• Intestinal Bleeding
• Serious Burns
• Head or Eye Injuries
• Vaginal Bleeding with pregnancy
• Falls with injury or while taking blood thinning medications
• Seizures without a previous diagnosis of epilepsy.


To save time, after you set up appointment our clinic staff might send you registration packet (via email or patient portal) so you can fill out form before you are seen.