Our family practice and internal medicine providers live and work in the community, and take the time to get to know you. Here, you’re seen as a person, not a patient. We address primary care concerns for family members of all ages, ranging from wellness visits and immunizations to screenings and chronic condition management.
Primary care locations
Your child deserves the best when it comes to health and wellness. Nobody understands the unique physical and emotional needs of children better than Providence pediatric providers. Our pediatric clinics provide checkups and immunizations, as well as treat everyday health issues like strep throat and ear infections.
Unless it’s a truly a life-threatening situation, you’re better off visiting an urgent care location than the emergency room. Plus, you’ll typically spend less time and money. No appointment is necessary. Just stop by a clinic during our extended hours, and we’ll get you on your way.
Walk-in/ urgent care locations
Express Care clinics are your faster way to well, with same-day appointments and extended hours seven days a week. We treat minor injuries and ailments, like sprained ankles and sore throats. A visit to an Express Care clinic is often faster than seeing your primary care provider and less expensive than going to urgent care.
Express Care locations
See a health care provider in minutes from the comfort of your home. Using live, secure video on your smartphone, tablet or computer, our providers can diagnose and treat many common ailments. Express Care Virtual is available seven days a week, 8 a.m. to midnight.
If you’re looking for an experienced specialist who understands your history and individual needs, we’ve got you covered. From cancer and heart to obstetrics and orthopedics, you’ll find someone who can treat any concern – big or small – you may have.
Specialty care locations
Our hospitals treat the most critically ill or injured 24 hours a day. Specially trained teams offer compassionate, precise care for conditions like heart attack, stroke, uncontrolled bleeding, seizure, or fever in a baby younger than two months.
Emergency care locations