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Urgent Care Clinics

Young soccer player being checked at a Presbyterian Urgent Care.

​​When your primary care provider is unable to see you, you can get the care you need at urgent care clinics. Urgent care clinics provide help with minor illnesses and injuries such as coughs, flu, ear or sinus infections, fevers, rashes, small cuts, minor broken bones, and joint sprains.

Don’t put off getting care for urgent or emergency needs. Our urgent cares are open for illnesses and injuries that can’t wait. We follow all CDC guidelines for in-person visits.

Same-day, Scheduled Appointments

Schedule your same-day, in-person appointment online or by calling the clinic. Our locations are listed below.

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Walk-in appointments are accepted when we have availability. For your convenience we recommend that you schedule your visit so you are confirmed to have an appointment. If you choose to walk in, please call the clinic first to understand the current wait time and if there is availability. We recommend that walk-in patients visit as early in the day as possible and at least one hour before closing.​

Please be aware that appointments may be delayed to accommodate patients with more severe needs. Patients under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present unless they are being seen for a diagnosis protected by law.

Most insurance plans accepted​. If you have questions about coverage, payment plans, or financial assistance, please contact your insurance provider.

Sometimes you're not sure of the best place to get the care you need. Here are some guidelines to help:

Go to an urgent care clinic for conditions such as:

  • Sprains and strains
  • Sore throats, coughs, colds or the flu
  • Ear infections, sinus infections
  • Allergy flare-ups
  • Mild asthma
  • Minor broken bones, such as a finger
  • Minor cuts that may need stitches
  • Nausea

Go to the emergency department at a hospital for conditions such as:

  • Chest pain
  • Any sudden or severe pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Head injuries
  • Sudden changes in vision
  • Difficulty speaking
  • Sudden confusion or dizziness
  • Suicidal feelings
  • Coughing up or throwing up blood
  • Major broken bones, such as a leg
  • Severe diarrhea or throwing up
  • Severe bleeding
  • Abdominal pain

If you feel that you are having a serious medical emergency, call 911 (or the emergency number for your area) or go to your closest emergency department as soon as possible.

Still not sure whether you need to go to an urgent care clinic or the emergency department? Try these options:

  • Call PresRN at 1-888-730-2300, 24-hours-day. A nurse will help you decide where to go for the right treatment. This is a free, New Mexico statewide service for Presbyterian health plan members. For more details, visit the PresRN page
  • Call your Primary Care office or go to an Urgent Care Clinic

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