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Patients should call 911* and go directly to an Emergency Department with any of the following

  • Chest pain, heart-related issues, Loss of consciousness
  • Symptoms of a CVA/stroke
  • Compound/open fractures or joint separation
  • Severe trauma
  • Acute abdominal pain

*This list is not all-inclusive and is meant strictly as a guideline. Always contact your primary care physician if you have any medical questions or concerns

Virginia Hospital Center Urgent Care

Virginia Hospital Center Urgent Care

Care You Can Count On... When You Need It Most

  • Located just 3 miles south of Virginia Hospital Center
  • Walk-ins welcome – no appointment necessary
  • X-rays read by board certified radiologists at time of service (please call for special X-ray hours)
  • Staffed by physicians at all times
  • Treats minor illnesses and injuries such as colds, cuts, ear infections, fevers, pink eye, sore throats, sprains and fractures
  • Offers sports physical, flu shots (in season) and workers compensation
  • Shares the same electronic health record with the VHC Physician Group
  • www.vhcphysiciangroup.com/urgentcare

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“We see patients every day who check with Dr. Google before seeking help from us. The internet can be a helpful tool to gain initial insights, but it can’t see you, talk to you, or hear all your concerns for a complete picture of your health. At present, a visit to your healthcare provider is essential to determine what really ails you.” — Felix Ma, MD, Virginia Hospital Center Urgent Care. Read more

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