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When You Need Urgent Care, But It's Not an Emergency

No appointments needed. Walk in and get help. Your family physician is the best doctor to visit for your overall care. But, there are times when your primary care provider isn't available. You need care fast and the emergency room is not your best option. For minor ailments, such as coughs, colds, sprains and strains, CHI St. Vincent has Convenient Care clinics in Little Rock, Hot Springs, and surrounding areas. Visit us for the best urgent care options with extended evening and weekend hours. Click below to find a walk-in or urgent care clinic near you.

Convenient Care Clinics Near Me (Urgent and Walk-in Care)

These clinics offer our shared electronic health record (EHR) with CHI St. Vincent.

Before heading to the Emergency Room, ask yourself: Is it an emergency?

Follow these guidelines to receive more appropriate patient care and shorter wait times. You'll feel better faster.

Call 911 or visit the ER right away:
• Signs of a heart attack or stroke
• Severe breathing problems
• Loss of consciousness
• Chest pain
• Severe headache/change in vision
• Fever in infants under 6 months of age
• Bleeding that won’t stop
• Coughing up or vomiting blood
• Broken bones where bone is exposed or limb is deformed
• Fainting, dizziness or confusion
• Seizures
• Poisoning
Consider calling your primary care provider or visiting a Convenient Care:
• Minor falls/bumps/bruises
• Eye infections
• Bladder infections
• Fever
• Minor cuts or animal bites where bleeding is controlled
• Illness with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, earache, cough and/or sore throat
• Skin rashes, sunburns, minor burns
• Sprains
• Cold symptoms

Together We're Healthier.

A primary care provider knows you best, and using them keeps your health care costs down. But, if your physician is not available, our Convenient Care locations provide a helpful alternative. Need a primary care doc? Find a clinic near you.