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Valley Health Urgent Care & Urgent Care Express

Trusted Walk-in Care in Virginia & West Virginia


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Valley Health offers walk-in care for those in need of urgent but non-emergent medical attention. If you need to see a doctor right away but your medical needs do not necessitate an emergency room visit, you can receive attention at one of our Urgent Care centers.

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If you are suffering from common symptoms and illnesses, you can receive attention at one of our Urgent Care Express centers. Learn more about each option below.

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Conditions Treated at Our Urgent Care Centers

Our Urgent Care centers in Virginia and West Virginia provide thorough, attentive, and trusted care on a walk-in basis for minor injuries and illnesses that need attention right away but do not constitute emergencies. For those medical needs that fall somewhere between an emergency room visit and waiting to book an appointment with your doctor, there’s Urgent Care!

Please visit a Valley Health Urgent Care location if you need help with:

  • Coughs / colds
  • Flus
  • Earaches
  • Cuts / lacerations
  • Scrapes
  • Splinters
  • Sore throats / strep
  • Pink eye
  • Poison ivy

Additional Services Provided by Valley Health Urgent Care

In addition to caring for minor illnesses and injuries, our Urgent Care centers are equipped to provide a number of routine services.

These include:

  • Imaging services – We provide on-site X-ray services. If you want to know if you may have broken a bone, our technicians can get you an answer quickly.
  • Lab services – We have on-site lab services for quick answers and results.
  • Sports physicals – Schedule a sports physical for yourself or your child at one of our Urgent Care centers.
  • Immunizations – We offer flu and travel immunizations for our patients.
  • Flu shots – Protect yourself from the flu by getting your annual flu shot at one of our Urgent Care centers.

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Valley Health Urgent Care Express

Conditions Treated at Our Urgent Care Express Locations

If you are feeling under the weather, we know you want to get the care you need quickly. Valley Health Urgent Care Express is available to treat common symptoms and illnesses when your doctor is not available. We treat adults and children ages four months and up.

Please visit a Valley Health Urgent Care Express location if you need help with:

  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Allergy symptoms
  • Sinus congestion and infections
  • Sore and strep throat
  • Earaches
  • Upper respiratory infections
  • Pink eye and sties
  • Urinary tract and bladder infections
  • Minor cuts
  • Insect bites
  • Poison Ivy/Oak
  • And other common symptoms or illnesses

Onsite lab and x-ray are available at Valley Health Urgent Care.

We hope to be able to treat your common illnesses and symptoms, but if you have dizziness, abdominal pain, prolonged vomiting or diarrhea, we will direct you to another health care setting.

To view our Urgent Care Express locations, click here.

When to Call 911

Please call 911 or visit your local Emergency Department if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Severe shortness of breath of difficulty breathing
  • Chest pains
  • Recent history of MRSA
  • Renal insufficiency or liver disease

If you wish to be seen at a Valley Health Urgent or Urgent Care Express location, click the button below to reserve your spot in line.

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