Urgent Care

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NOTES: If you believe your condition is life threatening, call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest Emergency Room.
Also, due to increased demand, wait times may be longer than normal.

If you are concerned about Coronavirus, please dial our AnswerLine at 855-523-2225 from 8am-8pm for screening.

Urgent Care Mobile Triage Units and Respiratory Illnesses

Beacon’s Urgent Care sites have been equipped with custom, converted fifth-wheel trailers to help meet the increased demand for serving patients with respiratory illnesses.

Each trailer has been converted into a mobile triage unit, meaning they are equipped with air exhaust systems in order to provide a safe treatment environment for all patients, as well as our frontline healthcare workers. This also enables us to keep those with respiratory illnesses separate from patients needing other types of care.

Urgent Care sites remain a very safe and effective option for treatment of minor health concerns. Patients with other common illnesses and injuries will continue to be directed inside each MedPoint site.

If you have respiratory symptoms or believe you have COVID-19, please call ahead so our MedPoint teams can prepare for your arrival.

We also encourage you to call the Beacon AnswerLine at 855-523-2225 or to obtain a referral from your physician.

Reasons to Go to Urgent Care

Consider Beacon Urgent Care a good option for minor health concerns, including: allergies, fever, rash, stomach flu, sinus infection, pink eye and headaches. Our MedPoint locations also treat the following conditions: colds & flu, sprains, strains, minor joint pain or injury, x-rays & lab point of care testing, broken bones, minor cuts, burns, pre-employment drug or alcohol testing, DOT/CDL physicals, sutures & suture removal.

Can’t make it to MedPoint? Learn more about Beacon Connected Care, our online urgent care.

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