Urgent Care

Urgent Care Centers provide a convenient option to treat non-life threatening, unexpected medical conditions or injuries for both adults & children. Some issues simply can't wait until your primary care doctor can see you, but many medical situations do not require an emergency room visit, or the associated wait time and expense. Urgent care centers provide our members with convenient access to high-quality medical care empowering patients to take better care of themselves and their families.

Sequoia Health is proud to cover visits at urgent care centers conveniently located throughout the greater Central Valley area. Many offer evening hours and/or weekend hours. Urgent care services in the area can be found at:

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Merced Prompt Care & Senior Center

857 West Childs Ave Merced, CA 95341

(209) 385-5645

www.gvhc.org


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Modesto Florida Suites – Prompt Care

1540 Florida Ave. Modesto, CA 95350

(209) 238-4800

www.gvhc.org


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Elite Urgent Care

1524 McHenry Ave Modesto, CA 95350

(209) 846-3176

eliteurgentcare.com


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California Urgent Care - Modesto

801 17th St. Modesto, CA 95354

(209) 846-0725

calurgentcare.com


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California Urgent Care - Lodi

2122 W. Kettleman LN Lodi, CA 95242

(209) 224-8517

calurgentcare.com


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California Urgent Care - Stockton

8001 Lorraine Ave Stockton, CA 95210

(209) 472-7400

calurgentcare.com


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Turlock Urgent Care

2010 Colorado Ave Turlock, CA 95382

(209) 634-3300

Frequently Asked Questions

A. Urgent care centers treat people of all age. Urgent care centers are staff with family doctors and pediatricians. Family doctors treat the entire family. Pediatricians care for your children under the age of 18.

A. Urgent care centers handle non-life threatening situations. The following are the most common problems that can be treated at urgent care: coughs, sore throat, flu, earache, high fever, cuts, severe scrapes, bruises, broken bones, sprains, strains, rashes, vomiting, diarrhea, minor injuries and more.

A. If you have a life-threatening injuries, go to your nearest emergency room or call 911.

In a non-life threatening situation, you can most likely be treated at an urgent care center. Emergency rooms are for true medical emergencies and can handle trauma, x-rays, surgical procedures and other life-threatening situations.

Visit an emergency room if you experience:

  • Allergic reactions to food, animal or bug bites
  • Broken bones
  • Chest pain
  • Constant vomiting
  • Continuous bleeding
  • Severe shortness of breath
  • Deep wounds
  • Weakness or pain in a leg or arm
  • Head injuries
  • Unconsciousness

Most hospitals have an emergency room that’s open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.