Urgent Care & Minute Clinics
Now 60 locations in the Emory Healthcare Network
Do you have a non-life-threatening medical condition or injury that requires medical attention right away? The Emory Healthcare Network partners with urgent care and MinuteClinic providers to give you the convenient care you need.
Combined, our urgent care and MinuteClinic partners provide nearly 60 locations throughout metro Atlanta and surrounding counties. This puts care where you need it, 7 days a week for most of the year.
In non-life threatening cases, choosing an urgent care or MinuteClinic provider instead of the emergency room can save you time and money when you’re not feeling well, and you can’t wait for an appointment with your primary care physician. Not sure where to go?
Follow our guide to make the right choice.
Find an urgent care or MinuteClinic location
Emory Healthcare Network includes the following providers to deliver on-demand care. For the most up-to-date information on locations, services, hours and wait times contact these providers directly:
Know Where to Go For the Right Care
Get the right kind of care, at the right time and in the right place. Use this guide to help you choose the right care options so you can spend your time and your resources wisely to achieve your best possible health.
When to use your primary care doctor
PCPs help you manage your overall, long-term health and can ultimately lower the cost of your health care by helping to catch chronic diseases or health issues earlier.Acute illnesses not urgent in nature, such as:
- a sore throat
- Management of chronic diseases like diabetes or high blood pressure
- Wellness services
- Yearly physicals
When to use a MinuteClinic
MinuteClinics deliver convenient, affordable care for non-urgent illnesses and injuries and are staffed by trained nurse practitioners. Appointments aren’t necessary and most insurance plans are accepted. MinuteClinics treat minor illnesses and injuries, such as:
Services they provide:
- Vaccinations and injections
- Basic and comprehensive health screenings
- Monitoring, such as blood pressure and glucose level checks
- Smoking cessation and weight-loss programs
- Sport and camp physicials
When to use Urgent Care
Urgent care is a good option when you have a non-life threating illness or injury for which you need or want care as soon as possible. Urgent care treats the following:
Urgent care offers the following services:
Peachtree Immediate Care and SmartCare® Urgent Care locations are open seven days a week most days of the year. They are staffed with board-certified doctors as well as a nurse practitioners or physician assistants. Appointments aren’t necessary, and they accept most major insurance plans.
When to go to the Emergency Department (ED)
The emergency department is absolutely the right place to go for life-threatening illness and injuries. If you are suffering or experience any of the following, immediately go to the emergency department or call 911:
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