Urgent Care

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Serving patients in Portland and Sandy

Sometimes you need urgent access to a provider even though you’re not facing a life-threatening emergency. Adventist Health urgent care clinics are ready to help you get the medical help you need on a walk-in basis during extended and weekend hours.

Our urgent care teams are able to address a wide range of medical issues. They provide longer hours of service than most medical clinics and give you access to a lot of services beyond your initial examination. Some lab and imaging services are also available at our urgent care locations.

While providing quicker access to medical care, our urgent care clinics provide the same whole-person care you’ve come to expect from Adventist Health. You’ll walk in knowing we are here for you — mind, body and spirit.

Please note that a virtual visit or provider consultation is required prior to receiving a COVID-19 test. Please let staff know in advance if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have direct exposure to someone who has tested positive. We do not offer rapid COVID-19 testing at this time. We also do not provide testing for travel.

Downloadable services guide

Skip the wait

Skip the wait and reserve your spot online using our convenient online wait-time tracker. Choose your location and a time that works for you. You’ll get a text reminder when it’s almost your turn. Click on one of our urgent care locations below to get the care you need, when you need it.

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After you reserve your spot, you can fill out your registration and insurance info online. You'll also get a call from us to screen you for COVID-19 symptoms. This will help us determine if a virtual visit is most appropriate.

Language services

We offer interpreter services for any patients who request an interpreter or who have limited English proficiency.

Emergency care

It’s important to remember that urgent care clinics are not emergency rooms. Learn more about when you should go to an emergency room instead of urgent care.

Remember, you should always dial 911 for life-threatening emergencies.