Why More People Choose New England Urgent Care


Maybe more people choose New England Urgent Care because they save time. Maybe they save money. But, what we do know is every day more people choose Award-winning, Certified New England Urgent Care for non-emergency immediate medical care for all ages.

Typical Hospital Wait Times*


See How New England Urgent Care Compares to Hospital Emergency Department on Costs

Average Prices for the Following Services New England Urgent Care Hospital Emergency Room
Office Visit $99 $500
Ankle Sprain $150 $1500
Laceration $300 $2000
Abdominal Pain $250 $3000
Dehydration $250 $3000



See How New England Urgent Care Compares to Retail Walk-In Clinics on Services Offered**


Treats ALL non-life threatening illnesses and injuries YES NO
Treats all ages — including infants, toddlers, children and the elderly YES NO
ER-trained Providers and RN Teams ALWAYS on staff YES NO
Open 365 days of the year; no appointment needed YES YES
Certified Urgent Care with multiple locations YES NO
Five convenient locations YES NO
Convenient hours YES YES
Expedited hospital admission, if needed YES NO
Takes most insurance YES YES
Low, self-pay rates YES MAYBE
Walk-in school, sport, camp, DOT and work-related injuries. Physical exams and blood tests, too. YES MAYBE
On-site services: X-rays, IV fluids, respiratory treatments, vaccinations. Pharmacy, suturing and casting, and confidential STD testing, too. YES NO
Work-related exams: DOT certification, pre-employment and workers’ comp YES NO


* SOURCE: hospitalstats.org

** Other walk-in clinics refer to all those who do not have the Urgent Care of America designation.