How does UI QuickCare work?
UI QuickCare is a walk-in medical clinic available to anyone in the community. It should not replace regular visits to your doctor. However, when you are ill, but don’t need an emergency room or can’t get to your regular doctor, UI QuickCare is a convenient choice open to anyone more than 6 months old. No appointment necessary.
Who will treat me?
Physician assistants and advanced nurse practitioners connected to UI Hospitals and Clinics provide your care. Each UI QuickCare location can communicate electronically with the UI Emergency Department at UI Hospitals and Clinics if necessary.
What forms of payment are accepted?
UI QuickCare services are affordable and payment is due at the time of service. Insurance is not required, but most plans are accepted. Cash and credit cards are also accepted.
What can I be treated for?
UI QuickCare services are geared toward common illnesses like earache, strep throat, and the flu. If you need medical care outside the list of conditions below, you’ll be referred to your primary care doctor or to an emergency room, depending on your illness.
What happens after my UI QuickCare visit?Your UI QuickCare provider may refer you to your primary care doctor. If you don’t have a regular primary care doctor, we’re happy to help you find one who mets your needs.