Many people may be concerned about getting healthcare with COVID-19 still in our communities. Whether you have chronic conditions that you were already getting care for or new symptoms that arise, it’s important that you get care now so that your condition doesn’t worsen.
Our Urgent Care Centers are open and available to you for non-life threatening medical conditions.
For a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Schedule an Urgent Care Appointment Online
As part of our response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have temporarily consolidated our seven Urgent Care locations into the six above locations, with the temporary closure of the Orinda location.
When to Visit Our Urgent Care Centers
If you are concerned that your condition may be an emergency, please call your personal physician, 911, or go to the nearest emergency room.
|Visit an URGENT CARE CENTER if you have mild to moderate symptoms||Go directly to an EMERGENCY ROOM if you have severe conditions|
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What to Bring With You
To minimize your wait time to see an urgent care doctor, we encourage you to schedule an appointment above or through MyChart, or by calling a John Muir Health Urgent Care Center near you. Our staff will provide you with a same-day or next-day appointment at one of our convenient urgent care locations. We do accept walk-ins, but you may experience a longer delay as we prioritize patients based on the severity of their condition. Please bring with you:
- A current list of your medications, including over-the-counter medications
- A current list of vitamins, supplements, and herbal products you are taking
- A current list of your known allergies
- Your insurance card and co-payment, if required
Payment For Services
Insurance: We accept most health insurance plans. View our complete list of plans. Depending on your plan details, your insurer may not cover part or all of your treatment costs. Please contact your insurance carrier for questions about what’s covered and how much your co-pay amount will be, as our Urgent Care Centers collect the co-pay amount at the time of service.
Self-Pay: If you’re planning to pay for your visit yourself, the office staff will collect the full amount due at the time of your appointment. We offer several convenient ways to pay for your visit, including:
- Cash or check
- MasterCard / Visa (debit or credit)
- American Express