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St. Rose Medical Pavilion

Convenient Care Walk-In Clinic

Convenient Care Walk-In Clinic is not for emergency situations. In case of emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.


Hours of operation

Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas

Holiday hours: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Christmas Eve: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

For minor injuries and illness, our skilled staff provide quick, high-quality care that is convenient. We can treat conditions that require immediate attention when you aren’t able to get in to see your regular healthcare provider.

When illness or injury occurs unexpectedly, you may be uncertain whether you should come to us or go to the emergency room. We understand it’s not always a simple answer. We hope the information on this page will help you know the appropriate location for treatment.

When should I go to the Emergency Department?

There are certain conditions that we can’t treat and will immediately send you to the Emergency Department. These include:

  • Asthma attack (severe)

  • Chest pain

  • Facial lacerations

  • Fainting or a change in mental status

  • Injuries from a motor vehicle accident

  • Seizures

  • Serious burns

  • Slurred speech

  • Vaginal bleeding with pregnancy

  • Weakness or numbness on one side

If you or someone you know is experiencing signs of stroke or heart attack, call 911. Many people are hesitant to call 911, but it’s always the right decision if a person may be having a stroke or heart attack. In these instances, paramedics or emergency medical technicians may be able to provide lifesaving treatment while on the way to the hospital.

What conditions can be treated at Convenient Care Walk-In Clinic?

When you can’t wait for an appointment for a minor illness or injury and your regular provider isn’t available, the walk-in clinic may be the right choice for you. We treat the following common conditions and offer the following services on a walk-in basis:

  • Allergic reactions (mild)

  • Asthma attack (minor)

  • Back pain

  • Colds

  • Coughs or congestion

  • DOT physicals

  • Ear infections

  • Eye irritations including discharge, itching or redness

  • Fever

  • Flu symptoms

  • Fractures (splinting only)

  • Headaches and migraines

  • Insect or animal bites that are not severe

  • Mild abdominal pain

  • Minor burns including sunburn

  • Minor cuts, lacerations or abrasions

  • Rashes

  • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)

  • Sinus infections

  • Sports physicals

  • Sprains and strains

  • Urinary problems or urinary tract infections (UTIs)

  • Vomiting or persistent diarrhea

  • Workers’ compensation cases

  • X-rays

What do I need to know before coming to the Convenient Care Walk-In Clinic?

We can treat a variety of health conditions. Here are a few guidelines that will help you receive the best service possible:

  • The minimum age we are able to see at the walk-in clinic is 6 months.

  • Everyone ages 17 or younger must have an adult with them.

  • Insurance copay and self-pay payments are due at the time of service. Cash, credit or debit card and local checks are accepted.

  • If a person comes in with a serious illness or injury, they may be sent to the Emergency Department with appropriate transportation, including an ambulance if necessary.

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