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Urgent care services
When you choose one of Carenow®’s urgent care clinics in Kansas City, you are selecting friendly, cost-effective healthcare that is close to home and convenient when you need care most. Our providers understand that everyday injuries and illnesses don’t always happen during normal office hours. That’s why our urgent care clinics have extended hours for our patients.
You can also receive the care you need without scheduling an appointment at any of our seven urgent care clinic locations in Kansas City.
Urgent care clinic hours of operation
Open seven days a week, 8:00am – 8:00pm
Why choose our urgent care clinics?
Our doctors, physician assistants and other healthcare providers are dedicated to providing Kansas City with cost-effective, convenient and quality urgent care. Here are some of the reasons why our urgent care clinics are the right fit for your family’s healthcare needs:
- Convenient locations across Kansas City, meaning your closest urgent care clinic is never far away
- Extended hours on weekdays, weekends and holidays
- Annual physicals for the whole family
- Occupational health
- No appointment necessary
- Most major insurance plans accepted and options for self-pay offered
- Part of the HCA Midwest Health network with local specialists to coordinate follow-up care
- X-ray on site
- Capable of performing over 50 medical tests in our in-house lab.
What conditions do our urgent care clinics treat?
Knowing what level of care you need is vital to your health. Urgent care clinics are designed to treat medical conditions that are serious enough to need urgent attention, but not critical enough to be seen at the nearest emergency room.
Here is a list of conditions and symptoms we are able to treat on-site. If you have a medical emergency, dial 911 for immediate assistance.
- Allergy symptoms
- Bronchitis (acute and chronic)
- Bug bites and stings
- Childhood illnesses (such as hand, foot, and mouth disease; fifth disease; chickenpox; and whooping cough)
- Minor cuts, bruises and burns
- Ear and eye infections
- Flu and cold symptoms
- Headaches and migraines
- Head lice
- Heartburn, acid reflux
- Joint pain
- Mononucleosis (mono)
- Pink eye (conjunctivitis) and styes (bacterial infection on or inside eyelid)
- Pulled or strained muscles
- Respiratory infections
- Ringworm (fungal infection with skin rash)
- Skin conditions (such as acne, eczema, hives, poison ivy, rashes, scabies and warts)
- Sore throats and strep throat (bacterial throat infection)
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs can involve bladder, urethra, kidneys, ureters)