Why More People Choose New England Urgent Care

Don’t waste your time walking into any ordinary retail clinic only to find out they can’t — or won’t — treat your non-emergency.

Don’t wait hours in the ER to be seen. There’s a better option: get seen quickly and treated for all non-emergency illnesses and injuries at New England Urgent Care.

Typical Hospital Wait Times*


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 and the elderly YES NO
Only urgent care system in CT staffed with ER-trained Provider and RN Teams YES NO
Founded and Managed by Emergency Medicine Doctor and Nurse YES NO
Open 365 days of the year; no appointment needed YES YES
Certified Urgent Care with multiple locations YES NO
Multiple convenient locations YES NO
Convenient hours; latest weekend hours YES NO
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

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

* SOURCE: hospitalstats.org

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