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Scottsboro Urgent Care



Walk-In Clinic for Your Care Needs Today

Scottsboro Urgent Care clininc assists patients of all ages with no appointment required.  The clninc is a great option for patients whose primary care physician may not be available, and to those who have injuries or illnesses that require immediate attention but are not in need of an ER visit.  The goal of our walk-in clinic is to provide professional care for minor emergencies, illnesses and injuries, while keeping wait times to a minimum.  Patients appreciate the excellent customer service and quality care they receive without having to wait for an appointment.   



Location:

102 Micah Way

Suite 1107

Scottsboro, AL  35768

(next to Geno's Pizza & Grill)


Phone:

256.259.4802

Hours of Operation:

Open Daily

8:00am - 5:00pm


NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED






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Where to Go

Where to go for your healthcare needs can be confusing.  We’re here to help.  While Scottsboro Urgent Care is able to treat you and your family for a variety of conditions, there are times when you must seek care at the Emergency Room or from your physician. 

Below is a list of where to go for the most common healthcare needs.  This is not a complete list of medical conditions.  For specific needs, contact your primary care physician for further discussion and recommendations. 



Scottsboro Urgent Care

  •    when your primary care physician is not available
  •    minor illnesses including:
  •          fever without a rash
  •          rash without a fever
  •         sore throat
  •         cough and confestion
  •         ear pain
  •         headache
  •         abdominal pain
  •         flu
  •    minor  injuries including:
  •         sprain
  •        strain
  •        sports-related injury
  •        small cut requiring stitches

Emergency Room

  •      difficulty breathing
  •      chest pain or pressure
  •      loss of consciousness or fainting
  •      weakness/numbness on one side
  •      slurred speech
  •      head, eye or back injury
  •      serious burn
  •      seizure
  •      poisoning
  •      severe broken bone
  •      severe cut or wound

Primary Care Physician

  •      annual physical
  •      check-up
  •      changes in weight
  •      ongoing pain
  •      weakness
  •      dizziness
  •      fatigue / sluggish / sleepy
  •     illnesses including:
  •         fever
  •         cough or cold
  •         flu
  •         vomiting and/or diarrhea