Urgent Care That Will Change How You Think About ERs

Urgent Care that will change how you think about ERs

At Kaiser Permanente, we want to make sure you get the care you need in an urgent situation. You want care that’s top notch, convenient, and accessible anytime, day or night. With our integrated system of care and award-winning physicians available 24/7, we make that happen. Just call our 24/7 advice line at 800-777-7904 (TTY 711) and we’ll direct you to the right location to get the care you need.

When you visit one of our Advanced Urgent Care or Urgent Care centers, you’re treated by a board-certified emergency medicine, family medicine, or internal medicine physician who has access to your complete electronic medical record. Having those details at our fingertips leads to an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan, helping you feel better soon.

Call 800-777-7904 (TTY 711) or start an e-visit on kp.org if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms or conditions:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Breathing trouble
  • Broken bones
  • Cold or flu
  • Deep cuts
  • Rash or skin infections
  • Sprains and strains
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Vomiting, diarrhea, or nausea


At Advanced Urgent Care centers, you will receive:

  • Care from top physicians, 24 hours a day, every day of the year.1
  • 24/7 availability of advanced imaging (such as CT, ultrasound, or MRI), full laboratory services, and an on-site pharmacy.
  • An observation unit where patients can be monitored for up to 24 hours.
  • Access to on-call Permanente specialists for either virtual or in-person consultations.

Our Advanced Urgent Care centers can also administer IV medications, do blood transfusions, perform stress tests, and more.


Advanced Urgent Care is located at these Kaiser Permanente medical centers:


  • Gaithersburg Medical Center
  • Largo Medical Center
  • South Baltimore County Medical Center


  • Tysons Corner Medical Center
  • Woodbridge Medical Center

Washington, D.C.

  • Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Medical Center


In addition to our 24/7 Advanced Urgent Care, you have access to our eight Urgent Care clinics, where you can get care for minor issues like fever, sore throat, sprains, cuts, sinus infections, UTIs, and earaches. Plus, you can get evaluated to see if transfer to an Advanced Urgent Care center or hospital is needed. These clinics are equipped with X-rays, laboratories, and pharmacies on site.

Kaiser Permanente Urgent Care is open nights, weekends, and holidays—visit kp.org/urgentcare/mas or call 800-777-7904 (TTY 711) for specific hours—at these locations:


  • White Marsh Medical Center


  • Reston Medical Center

As a COVID-19 safety precaution, six Urgent Care centers are closed temporarily:


  • Kaiser Permanente Baltimore Harbor Medical Center
  • Camp Springs Medical Center
  • Kensington Medical Center
  • Woodlawn Medical Center


  • Fredericksburg Medical Center
  • Manassas Medical Center

If you think you are having emergency medical condition,2 call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room immediately.

When you need care right away, we’re here for you. For more information, visit kp.org/urgentcare/mas.


1Permanente physicians are recognized as Top Doctors in Washingtonian magazine (2019), Northern Virginia Magazine (2019), Baltimore magazine (2019), and Washington Consumers’ CHECKBOOK magazine (2018).

2An emergency medical condition is one that, in the absence of immediate medical attention, may result in (1) placing the health of the individual (or, with respect to a pregnant woman, the health of the woman or her unborn child) in serious jeopardy, (2) serious impairment to bodily functions, or (3) serious dysfunction of any bodily organ or parts.


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