What is a walk-in clinic?

What is a walk-in clinic?

Walk-ins is a term used to describe a wide variety of clinics that accept patients without prior appointments. Different types of walk-ins include retail, urgent care, occupational medicine, and primary care clinics that offer walk-in hours.

What time do urgent care centers open&close?

Typically, urgent care centers open at 8 AM and close at 8 PM. The average urgent care patient waits 15 minutes or less to see a provider, and will pay per $35 to $55 in insurance co-pay, per visit.

How do I make an appointment with Costco pharmacy?

You can also download the Costco Mobile app and search for Pharmacy. There you’ll be able to fill out the immunization consent form and schedule your appointment straight from your smartphone. Reserve your time

What are the Medical Group centers and Quick Care Centers?

The medical group centers, quick care centers and walk-in clinics listed with the UC Locations are separately owned and operated facilities. Search our directory of centers to find the facilities or doctors closest to you.

Where is the closest walk in urgent care in Seattle WA?

Family Practice, Walk-in Clinics 4550 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle, WA Closed MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care 65reviews Urgent Care, Walk-in Clinics 12423 Totem Lake Blvd NE, Kirkland, WA Closes in 39 minutes

Do I need an appointment to visit a walk-in clinic?

As a walk-in clinic you do not need an appointment, although you can make one online to fit your schedule. We also are extremely affordable, and you will probably spend less than if you were to visit your physician’s office.

Can a walk-in clinic replace a primary care physician?

While walk-in clinics, especially urgent care centers, treat most minor injuries and illnesses, it is generally not a good idea to substitute them for a primary care physician. These facilities exist to supplement, not replace, primary care providers which may be closed in the evenings or on weekends and holidays.