If you are experiencing an illness or injury that is not life-threatening
or serious enough to send you to the emergency room, but shouldn’t wait for
you to schedule an appointment with your primary care provider, immediate (or
urgent) care may be the answer.
Immediate care is appropriate when you experience a non-life-threatening
illness or injury that requires care within 24 hours. Examples include:
- Minor accidents or falls
- Sprains, strains and broken bones
- Minor cuts, injuries or burns
- Fever, flu, vomiting, diarrhea and nausea
- Skin rashes and infections
Our immediate care providers are trained and have extensive experience in
urgent care medicine. At these locations, we also provide routine care and
We also offer COVID-19 vaccinations.
Why ECU Health?
Extended hours with no appointment necessary. Some of
our immediate care facilities even provide 24/7 care, 365 days a year.
Quality care in fully-equipped facilities. ECU Health immediate care offices offer comprehensive lab and radiology services
and providers who are trained in the diagnosis and treatment or urgent
Convenient, secure access to your health care through MyChart. Our online patient portal makes it easy to review important health
information, request prescription refills, view lab results, request
appointments, access follow-up care, send a message to your doctor and much
more. No matter where you see an ECU Health provider, all your records are
tied together electronically, so your care is easily coordinated.