Urgent Care of Evangelical

Convenient care when you need it—Days, Nights, Weekends

When you or a loved one is ill or injured, you don’t want to wait to receive the care you need. With busy schedules in mind, Urgent Care of Evangelical can see you outside of your doctor’s scheduled office hours or when you’re unable to get an appointment when you really need it. Our team of skilled, caring healthcare providers promptly treat non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries that arise during inconvenient times.

  • Conveniently located in the new West Branch Medical Center in Lewisburg, south of the Hospital on West Branch Highway/US Route 15
  • The only urgent care facility available between Williamsport and Shamokin Dam

Urgent Care of Evangelical Offers:

  • Evening and Weekend Hours
  • Walk-In Service
  • Access to Onsite Imaging, Lab Services, and Other Diagnostic Testing
  • Shorter Wait Times and Lower Out-of-Pocket Costs vs. ER Visits
  • Selected Immunizations
  • Sports and Camp Physicals

Urgent Care vs. Emergency Room Visit: When to go where?

Urgent Care is for symptoms and conditions you would normally address with your primary care physician, but when he or she is unavailable and you can’t wait to schedule an appointment.

Visit Urgent Care for conditions such as:

  • Coughs, Colds, or Flu-Like Symptoms
  • Fevers (when you don’t also have a rash)
  • Sprains, Breaks, and Fractures (that don’t puncture the skin)
  • Infections
  • Rashes or Skin Conditions (when you don’t also have a fever)
  • Burns, Cuts, or Scrapes
  • Animal Bites

Visit the Emergency Department for more serious, complex, or potentially life-threatening conditions such as suspected heart attack or stroke, difficulty breathing, unexplained seizures, fever with a rash, or uncontrolled bleeding.

If you believe you are experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency, call 911. Do not attempt to drive yourself to the hospital.

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