Urgent Care

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Urgent care at Main Line Health

With options for walk-in visits, virtual care, and scheduled appointments, you can choose the kind of care that's right for you. Our four neighborhood locations are open 365 days a year. Our board-certified providers treat patients of all ages for a wide range of health conditions that require immediate attention.

In-person urgent care: walk-in or save-a-spot

For certain conditions, or if you’d prefer to visit a provider in-person, there are walk-in options and save-a-spot appointments for you to receive care. In addition to all of the conditions seen for virtual visits, health concerns that are best treated in-person include:

  • X-rays
  • Physicals
  • Flu shots
  • Lab work
  • Strep throat
  • Treatment for injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Sprains
  • Lacerations
  • Headaches or concussion

Walk-in urgent care hours

Main Line Health Broomall, Concordville and Exton Square

Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–9 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Holidays 9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Main Line HealthCare Wynnewood

Monday–Sunday 9 a.m.–9 p.m.
365 days a year — including holidays

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Virtual visits for your convenience

Some conditions can be treated from the comfort of your home. Through Main Line Health MyChart, you can receive urgent care for health concerns such as:

  • Allergies
  • Back pain
  • Cough, cold, flu or COVID-19 concern
  • Dental pain
  • Heartburn
  • Minor injuries (minor strains or sprains)
  • Pink eye or stye
  • Sinus pain or congestion
  • Skin conditions (minor burns, minor cuts, rashes, bug/tick bites)
  • Urinary tract symptoms (those assigned female at birth only)
  • Vaginal discharge or irritation
  • Vomiting, diarrhea or constipation

You must be located in Pennsylvania at the time of your visit.

Our Locations

Where to go for care

It’s important to know where to go for care so you can get the right treatment when you need it. Urgent cares and emergency rooms are not the same, and understanding the difference will ensure you go to the location that is right for you.

Call 911

For emergency health needs for yourself or a loved one such as heart attack or stroke, call 911. If you aren’t sure if you need to go to the ER, you can also call 911 in emergencies to receive help from the person answering the phone about next steps. 

Emergency Room (ER)

For health problems that signal an emergency such as chest pain, trouble breathing, major injuries and illnesses such as concussions or serious burns, slurred speech and more, it’s best to be evaluated at the ER so you can get immediate treatment. Visiting the ER should be reserved for truly life-threatening health concerns. 

Primary Care

For checkups, vaccinations, minor illnesses and injuries, scheduling with your primary care physician (PCP) is the optimal choice. Your PCP can also refer you to specialists and help manage day-to-day health needs. 

Urgent Care

You should visit urgent care if you are not having a true emergency but need care for an injury or illness and can’t schedule with your primary care physician or it’s after office hours. These non-life-threatening conditions can include a fever, sprains, small cuts that may require stitches, dehydration, flu-like symptoms and more. 

Urgent care services

Extended outpatient care

For when you need care or services not readily available in an urgent care setting but don’t need to stay at the hospital, your doctor can refer you to extended outpatient care.   

Occupational Medicine

Keep your workplace healthy. Our providers offer prevention, diagnosis and treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses. We provide assistance with developing programs that comply with regulations to fit your organization's needs. 

Travel Medicine

Do you have an upcoming international trip? Our travel medicine physicians focus on keeping you healthy and offer comprehensive medical advice, vaccinations and preventative measures to make sure you have a safe and healthy journey.

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