We're here for your health.

Choosing the right care for an illness or injury can be confusing. The good news is there are a lot of convenient care options available.

Primary health care is where you go to help manage existing health issues – or prevent them. As your long-term partner in health and wellness, a primary care provider can support the well-being of the whole family and be a reliable source for health education.

Primary care includes:

  • Comprehensive annual and well child checks
  • Specialized care for both women and men
  • Vaccinations and immunizations
  • Preventive and wellness care
  • Chronic disease monitoring
  • Care of routine medical conditions
  • Management of allergy, asthma and skin conditions
  • Treatment of acute illness and injuries, such as fractures
  • Tobacco cessation

Accepts all insurance types.
Office hours vary.
Call or book an appointment online.

Clinics Near You

ExpressCare options allow you to receive fast care for minor illnesses and injuries.

ExpressCare Virtual

See a Providence provider in minutes via a secure video visit on your tablet, smartphone or computer.

ExpressCare Virtual can help you with minor conditions such as:

  • Sinus infection
  • Chest congestion
  • Skin rash and minor burns
  • Upset stomach
  • Urinary tract infection 

Most insurance accepted. Our uninsured self-pay rate is $79.
Available daily 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
No appointment needed.

Start a Visit

ExpressCare Clinic

ExpressCare clinics provide same-day medical treatment, often quicker than visiting a primary care provider, and less expensive than a walk-in clinic or a trip to the emergency department. ExpressCare treats:

  • Cough and sore throats
  • Bruises, sprains and strains
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Cuts and scrapes
  • Skin conditions
  • Eye irritations

Accepts all insurance types.
Same-day appointments available.
Schedule online.

Learn More or Book Appointment

Meet with your primary care provider or specialist – or visit with a Providence provider who is available to schedule an appointment within minutes. Virtual visits can be made from the comfort of your home using a smartphone, tablet or computer, and can be face-to-face using video, or standard phone appointments.

It's amazing what we can diagnose with our secure video technology. Our primary care and specialty providers are available through live video to provide a diagnosis, treatment plan and, if needed, a prescription. Common ailments treated include:

  • Cold, cough and flu
  • Nose, throat and eye problems
  • Respiratory infections
  • Joint and back pain
  • Skin and nail issues
  • Upset stomach
  • Women’s wellness

Most insurance accepted.
Available on demand or by appointment.

See a Provider

Urgent Care clinics provide same-day help for injuries and illnesses that could lead to something serious but aren’t immediately life-threatening.

Get treated for health issues and injuries such as:

  • Sprains and minor cuts
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Fever, cough, cold or flu
  • Burns
  • Minor fractures
  • Animal or insect bites
  • Dehydration
  • Vomiting or persistent diarrhea

Accepts all insurance types.
Open daily, extended hours vary by clinic.
No appointment needed.

When an injury or illness is life-threatening, don’t wait. Call 911 or go to the Emergency Department (ED) if you’re experiencing:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Heart attack or chest pain
  • Head trauma
  • Seizures
  • Stroke symptoms
  • Severe bleeding
  • Losing consciousness
  • Fever in a child less than age two months

Accepts all insurance types.
Always open.
Use only for critical illness or injury.

Did you know?

ED visits result in higher costs and can have longer wait times than other care options. If your illness or injury is not life-threatening, look at our other options first.

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