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Urgent vs. Quick Care: What's the Difference?

Urgent vs. Quick Care: What's the Difference?

Both Valley Health Urgent Care and Valley Health Quick Care provide sports physicals and immunizations year-round. All locations offer online check-in so you can view wait times, choose the time that works best for you, and reserve your spot before you even walk through the door.

COVID-19 Update: To protect our patients and staff and lessen the spread of COVID-19, Valley Health is now offering telehealth visits in all Valley Health Urgent Care and Quick Care centers. All virtual visits have a $0 copay.

Valley Health Urgent Care

When your medical needs fall somewhere between an emergency room visit and waiting to book an appointment with your doctor, Valley Health Urgent Care is the place to go. With onsite X-ray and lab services, our urgent care locations are able to care for a wide range on non-emergency healthcare needs including fevers, illnesses, sprains and strains. With three convenient locations and extended evening and weekend hours, Valley Health Urgent Care’s physicians, nurses and advanced care practitioners can treat a variety of symptoms and illnesses.

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Valley Health Quick Care

Valley Health Quick Care locations are staffed by Advanced Practice Clinicians who are ready to treat common illnesses and symptoms such as flu, allergies, strep throat, minor cuts, upper respiratory infections, and more. X-ray and lab services are not available at Valley Health Quick Care, so if you or a loved one has an injury or illness requiring x-ray or lab work, you may be directed to one of our Urgent Care locations.

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To learn more about Valley Health Urgent and Quick Care, see a list of symptoms we treat or to check-in online, visit