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Urgent Care Locations

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Urgent Care Clinic Locations

MultiCare Urgent Care clinics treat most minor illnesses and injuries, and all offer onsite X-ray. If you need care today, click on the location most convenient to you. Walk-in visits and scheduled appointments are available every day at all our locations.

If you have a serious or life-threatening illness or injury, or a chronic, complex condition that needs immediate assistance, please call 9-1-1. For a mental health/psychiatric crisis, please call 1-800-576-7764 or the crisis line in your local community.



Urgent care clinics are ideal for treating conditions such as:

  • Cold or flu symptoms
  • Scrapes or minor cuts
  • Sore throat
  • Earache
  • Urinary infection
  • Fevers
  • Sprains
  • Sports physicals
  • Allergies
  • Headaches
  • Minor burns or bruises
  • Minor fracture
  • Skin complaints
  • Rash, poison ivy, minor allergic reaction
  • Foreign object in eye or nose

MultiCare Virtual Care

MultiCare Virtual CareAn alternative to traditional walk-in, urgent care services, MultiCare Virtual Care offers high-quality medical care to wherever you are in Washington state, all for a reasonable, set fee.

Talk face-to-face with a board-certified doctor via video chat or choose an e-visit to connect with clinicians via a secure, online portal to address a number of common medical conditions.

Our virtual urgent care service can treat many of the same illnesses and conditions you would visit an urgent care clinic for, including cold and flu; bronchitis and sinus infections; pediatric issues, UTIs; eye issues; upset stomachs; rashes and skin issues; asthma and allergies; and sports injuries.

Try MultiCare Virtual Care

In-Person Care. At Home.

Avoid unnecessary expenses and trips to the Emergency Department, with a house call from MultiCare's partner, DispatchHealth. Our medical teams are equipped with all the tools necessary to provide advanced medical care in the comfort of your home, office or other location.

Learn more about DispatchHealth

In Case of Emergency

If your medical condition is serious or even life-threatening, you should call 911 or have someone take you to your nearest Emergency Department immediately. Learn more about whether Urgent Care or an Emergency Department is your best option.