UI Urgent Care
UI Urgent Care offers walk-in visits and can provide access to additional care options not normally found at your traditional walk-in clinic. These include X-rays, IV fluids, and stitches.
Looking for Urgent Care Near You?
You can get help for minor illnesses or injuries on short notice from UI Health Care providers. If your doctor isn’t available, or it’s outside of normal business hours, we’re here for you.
Convenient UI Urgent Care Hours Help Out in a Pinch
Our hours include evenings, weekends, and even most holidays.
Urgent, Quick, and Emergency Care - receiving the right care at the right place
When to visit UI QuickCare
When your primary care provider isn't available, UI QuickCare treats patients with minor illness and injuries.
- Head, ear, and eye conditions
- Ear infections
- Ear wax buildup
- Eye abrasions
- Eye infections
- Pink eye
- Minor injuries
- Below-the-neck laceration repair
- Minor burns
- Minor musculoskeletal injuries
- Stomach and genital urinary conditions
- Bladder infection
- Stomach flu
- Sexually transmitted disease (STD)
- Urinary burning
- Frequent urination
- Skin conditions
- Athlete’s foot
- Cold sores
- Insect bites
- Itchy skin
- Skin infection
- Respiratory illness
- Flu symptoms
- Chest/nasal congestion
- Common cold
- Seasonal allergies
- Sinus infections
- Sore throat/laryngitis
- Sports physical examinations (please bring an updated immunization record)
When to visit UI Urgent Care
UI Urgent Care treats all the conditions seen at UI Quick Care, and more.
Get help when you need it. You may even be able to avoid an unnecessary emergency room visit.
We Go Beyond the Typical Walk-In Clinic with:
- Treating broken bones
- Treating strains and sprains
- Assisting with dehydration (IV fluids)
- Treating cuts and scrapes (Stitches)
When to visit the Emergency Room
Call 911 Immediately or go to the emergency room if you are having a serious or life-threatening condition.
If a person could die or be permanently disabled, it is an emergency.
- Head injury
- Severe bleeding
- Chest pain
- Abdominal pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Severe pain
- Newborn fever
- Major trauma
- Suicidal thoughts
The health and safety of patients and staff is our highest priority. Here is what UI Health Care is doing to support Iowans.