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Urgent Care Walk-In Clinics
Our Walk-In Clinic Has Its Benefits
Visits are billed as office visits, which means they are significantly lower cost compared to going to the Emergency Room. (Note: Check with your insurance carrier to determine your coverage). View Walk-In Clinic self-pay pricing.
Board-Certified Physicians & Specialists
All of our Urgent Care physicians are board-certified in Family or Internal Medicine. We can also consult with any of our specialists and give you a referral if needed. View providers.
Convenient On-Site Resources
Laboratory and imaging services are available onsite. If you’re an Everett Clinic patient, we’ll have access to your electronic medical record and can share information from your visit with your primary care provider.
When should you visit a Walk-In Clinic?
- Flu Symptoms
- A sore throat
- A cough or upper respiratory symptoms
- Possible fractures
- Ear or sinus pain
- Minor burns and bruises
- Scrapes and lacerations
- Pediatric illnesses
- Abdominal pain
- Rash or hives
- Stings and bites
- Foreign object in eye or nose
- Urinary Symptoms
- UTI symptoms
- Work-related injuries
Is it an emergency? Don’t delay, call 911.
If you are experiencing potentially life-threatening medical conditions such as chest pain, severe shortness of breath, severe abdominal pain or a headache, call 911. See Emergency Conditions.
Walk-In Clinic Approximate Wait
Urgent Care Walk-In Hours
Monday - Saturday 7 am - 7:30 pm
Sunday 9 am - 5 pm
For life-threatening emergencies such as active chest pain, please call 911.
Wait times are approximate and updated every 30 minutes during business hours.