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Urgent Care

Save My Spot

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.

COVID-19 and Respiratory Illnesses

If you have respiratory symptoms or believe you have COVID-19, please schedule a visit through Save My Spot. Sick people who are seen by our providers at our MedPoint locations can be tested and treated for COVID-19 as needed.

We don’t offer walk-in COVID-19 tests at this time. Our MedPoint Main Street location is accepting pretravel testing and presurgical testing for patients having procedures at Beacon hospitals only. Appointments required; click here to schedule.

COVID-19 symptoms include congestion, runny nose, fever, cough, shortness of breath, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat or other respiratory symptoms.

If you don’t require immediate medical care but need to be tested for COVID-19, contact your doctor’s office or visit coronavirus.in.gov for free testing sites. More about Coronavirus care options.

Should I go to Urgent Care or the ER?

Urgent Care

Urgent care sites remain a very safe and effective option for treating minor health concerns, including: allergies, fever, rash, stomach flu, sinus infection, pink eye and headaches. Our MedPoint locations also treat the following conditions: colds and flu, sprains, strains, minor joint pain or injury, x-rays and lab point-of-care testing, broken bones, minor cuts, burns, pre-employment drug or alcohol testing, DOT/CDL physicals, sutures and suture removal. We can even conduct sports physicals to get you ready for your favorite sports season.

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

Emergency Care

The Emergency Room is the place to go if you feel your condition is potentially life threatening, such as a heart attack, stroke, difficulty breathing, loss of consciousness or an accident or injury that has caused severe bodily harm. You or a family member should call 911 immediately or drive to the nearest hospital if it is safe to do so.

Emergency Services