Urgent Care And Instant Care

Did You Know Most ER Visits Can Be Treated At An Urgent Care?  

Our walk-in clinics can assist you with a range of non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses without an expensive and time-consuming trip to the emergency room.  Most visits average a 15- minute wait time, letting you experience quality care in a manageable timeframe. Is the St. George Instacare too busy? We provide short wait times and convenient access.

ER Visits

What We Are All About:

Open 7 Days A Week With Extended Hours And Same-Day Care



What Is Urgent Care?

Urgent care clinics primarily treat minor injuries and illnesses that need immediate help, like the flu or broken bones. Our instant care clinics available outside your primary care doctor’s regular hours, and we’re significantly less expensive than heading to the hospital. If your condition is life-threatening, dial 9-1-1 or head to an emergency room immediately.

What Kind Of Services Do You Provide?

If you have a flu and/or fever, animal bite, broken bone, or minor cut that need stitches, urgent care is the place to be! We also offer physicals, blood work, and a variety of other services.

Do I Need To Make An Appointment?

Nope! Just stop by a clinic when we’re open and you’ll be seen within a few minutes.

How Much Is My Visit Going To Cost?

The cost of your visit depends on the complexity of the visit. This is determined based on which services and/or procedures you need. You can see our service fees here, but feel free to call a clinic if you have more specific questions. (For Medicare patients, CLICK HERE.)

Can Urgent Care Refill My Medications?

Yes, our urgent care providers can refill most prescriptions for a short period of time until you're able to get in to see a primary care physician.

Do You Accept Health Insurance?

Corner Clinic accepts most major insurances. For questions about coverage, please contact your insurer prior to your appointment.

Prior to your appointment, please verify with you insurance company that your plan is accepted at Corner Clinic.

When Should I See Urgent Care Vs A Primary Care Physician?

Urgent care can provide care for mild services such as sore throat, cough, fever, vomiting, and injuries such as broken bones and wound care. A primary care provider will help you gain insight into your overall health status, manage chronic disease, and discuss preventative care.

When Should I Go To Urgent Care Vs An Emergency Room?

Urgent care can provide care for non-life threatening services such as sore throat, cough, fever, vomiting, and injuries such as broken bones and wound care. Any life-threatening symptoms such as difficulty breathing, severe bleeding, chest pain, or stroke like symptoms, go to the emergency room or call 9-1-1.