During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people put off taking care of themselves. There are understandable reasons why, including being overwhelmed with work responsibilities, worrying about finances, juggling childcare and feeling afraid to seek non-emergency medical care during a pandemic. Beyond…
Save time and skip the long wait when you need care right away.
If you need immediate care for a health matter but can’t see your personal doctor, Kaiser Permanente now offers online scheduling at kp.org for in-person Urgent Care appointments. Just check in at the reception desk when you arrive and tell them your appointment time—and get the care you need sooner.
When should I use Urgent Care?
Visit our Urgent Care centers if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms or conditions:
- Abdominal pain
- Breathing trouble
- Broken bones
- Sprains and strains
- Vomiting, diarrhea, or nausea
- Urinary tract infections
- Deep cuts
- Flu-or cold-like symptoms
- Rash or skin infections
Not registered on kp.org?
Go to kp.org to set up your profile so you can schedule Urgent Care appointments as well as video, telephone, or in-person appointments with your primary care physician. Once you’re registered, download the Kaiser Permanente app from the App Store or Google Play1 to manage your health from anywhere.
1App Store is a service mark of Apple, Inc. Google Play is a trademark of Google, Inc.
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