NOT SURE WHETHER YOU NEED TO GO TO URGENT CARE OR THE ER?

Making the right choice could save your life.
WHEN YOU SHOULD GO TO URGENT CARE?
  • Minor illness and injury
  • Sprains, strains, or simple broken bones
  • Flu-like symptoms, colds, and upper respiratory infections
  • Abrasions and cuts
  • Rashes and minor allergic reactions
 If you are ever in doubt, head to the nearest emergency room.
WHEN YOU SHOULD GO TO THE EMERGENCY CENTER?
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Stroke symptoms
  • Chest pain or other heart attach symptoms
  • Deep cuts or large open wounds
  • Loss of consciousness
 
Hold Your Place in Line at the Emergency Center or Urgent Care - From the Comfort of Your Home
Online Check In allows patients with non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries to request "an appointment" or hold their place in line in the Emergency Center or the Urgent Care. Patients may remain in the comfort of their home while waiting to be seen.
Patients are treated based on the severity of their illness or injury.
 
Online Check In - Emergency Center Online Check In - Urgent Care
HOURS OF OPERATION
Scotland Urgent Care Center: 8:00 am to 6:30 pm every day of the week. (Scotland Urgent Care only closes on major holidays)
The main Emergency Center continues to be open 24 hours daily.