Urgent care

What are my options when I need urgent care? 

Urgent care is available for non-life-threatening medical problems or issues such as colds, flu, pink eye, rash, sore throat, and urinary tract infections. Within the UW Medicine Accountable Care Network, you have these options for urgent care:

24-Hour Nurse Care Line

You can also speak with a registered nurse 24 hours a day, seven days a week and get immediate, professional advice on health questions. Our nurses can help you decide whether you need to see a doctor, go to an urgent care clinic or emergency room or care for yourself at home. Call 888.402.4237 to speak with one of our nurses now.

Urgent Care Clinics

Urgent Care clinics can provide in-person care for minor illnesses or injuries. These clinics are usually open for extended evening hours and on weekends.

DispatchHealth Washington, P.C.

Tacoma

DispatchHealth Washington, P.C.

Mountlake Terrace

Mary Bridge Pediatric Urgent Care

Gig Harbor

Mary Bridge Pediatric Urgent Care

Olympia

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Auburn

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Bellevue

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Bonney Lake

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Bothell

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Burien

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Covington

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Federal Way

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Issaquah

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Kirkland

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Lacey

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Lake Stevens

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Maple Valley

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Marysville

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Mill Creek

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Olympia

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Orting

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Poulsbo

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Puyallup

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Seattle - Rainier

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Seattle - Wallingford

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Shoreline

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Tacoma - Frederickson

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Tacoma - James Center

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Tacoma - Point Ruston

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Tukwila

MultiCare Indigo Urgent Care

Tumwater

Seattle Children's Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center

Bellevue

Seattle Children's - North Clinic

Everett

Seattle Children's - South Clinic

Federal Way

Seattle Children's Hospital

Seattle

Skagit Regional Health Urgent Care - Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon

Skagit Regional Health Urgent Care - Riverbend

Mount Vernon

Skagit Regional Health Urgent Care - Smokey Point

Arlington

UW Medicine Urgent Care - Ballard

Seattle - Ballard

UW Medicine Urgent Care - Federal Way

Federal Way

UW Medicine Urgent Care - Ravenna

Seattle - Ravenna

Valley Medical Center Urgent Care - Covington Clinic South

Covington

Valley Medical Center Urgent Care - Maple Valley Clinic

Maple Valley

Valley Medical Center Urgent Care - North Benson Clinic

Renton

Valley Medical Center Urgent Care - Renton Landing Clinic

Renton

Woodcreek Pediatric Convenience Care - Mary Bridge Children's (Puyallup)

Puyallup

Woodcreek Pediatric Convenience Care - Mary Bridge Children's (Sunrise)

Puyallup


When should I go to a hospital emergency department?

You should use a hospital emergency department for anything that might be serious or life-threatening. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, do not wait. Call 9-1-1 for help in getting you to a hospital as quickly as possible.

  • Chest pain
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Coughing or vomiting blood
  • Severe burns
  • Deep cuts or bleeding that won’t stop
  • Sudden blurred vision
  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness, or loss of coordination or balance
  • Numbness in the face, arm, or leg
  • Sudden, severe headache
  • Seizures
  • High fevers
  • Any other condition you believe is life-threatening

Emergency departments are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.