Urgent care clinics in Kansas City
Our urgent care centers provide a wide range of medical services with the convenience of extended hours, walk-in visits and online check-ins. We are committed to providing patients with better, higher quality care at an affordable cost.
For more information about urgent care, call (800) 386-9355.
More than just an urgent care center
When patients seek urgent care at our clinics, they can expect convenient, high-quality service backed by our patient-centered health system. We give our patients access to care, including after hours and during weekends and holidays, for minor issues.
We offer a seamless, positive experience for patients treated at our urgent care locations in the Kansas City area. Following a visit, we will send a summary to the patient's primary care physician and refer the patient back to the primary physician for follow-up care. This process results in a continuity of care designed to enhance the patient's experience and improve health outcomes.
If a patient does not have a primary care physician, urgent care staff can help locate one. We can also quickly refer patients to one of our affiliated specialists if additional treatment is required.
Our services are meant to complement—never replace—the care provided by our patients' primary providers. Our urgent care centers offer a variety of medical services, including:
- Flu shots
- Occupational medicine
- Sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing and drug screenings
- Sports physicals
- Various student and travel vaccinations
- X-rays for minor injuries
Common conditions requiring urgent care
We offer an on-site lab to diagnose and treat a range of conditions, including:
- Bites, stings, poison ivy, hives and rashes
- Cold, flu, earaches, sore throats and fevers
- Cuts and scrapes that may need stitches
- Seasonal allergies
- Sprains, strains and simple bone and joint injuries
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Emergency rooms (ERs) vs. urgent care clinics
Urgent care centers are only equipped to quickly diagnose and treat minor illnesses and injuries. If you are experiencing a life-threatening illness or injury, call 911 immediately and seek emergency care.