If you think your child's illness or injury is life-threatening, call 911.

CONDITIONURGENT CAREEMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
Abuse (concern for physical/sexual abuse)  
AllergiesX 
Allergic reactions (no breathing problems)X 
Asthma attack (minor)X 
Asthma attack (severe) 
Bleeding that won't stop 
Broken bone (sticking out of skin)  
Broken bone (not sticking out of skin)  
Burn (severe)  X
Burn (minor) X 
Cancer/neutropenia patient with fever X
Cast problem (soiled or wet) X
Cold  
CoughX 
Cut (severe)  X
Cut (minor) X 
Dehydration X   
DiarrheaX 
Dizziness X 
Earache and ear infectionX 
Fainting  X
Fever (infants less than 2 months old)  X
Fever (children over 2 months old) X 
HeadacheX 
Head injury (minor and without loss of consciousness) X 
Head injury (with loss of consciousness) X
Insect or minor dog bite X 
JaundiceX
Migraine headache X
NauseaX 
Pink eyeX 
PneumoniaX
Poisoning (call Poison Control at (800) 222-1222 X
Problems with NG tube, G-tube, tracheostomy or shunt X
Pregnancy/GYN related issues X
RashX 
Seizure  
Sickle Cell patient with fever and/or pain  
Shock  
Sore throat X 
Sprain or strain  
Stitches X 
Stomach pain (mild)  
Stomach pain (severe)  X
Swallowing object X
Testicular Pain  X
Trouble breathing X
Urinary tract infectionX 

Urgent Care

  • Available after your primary care of pediatricians' office closes
  • For minor injuries and illnesses
  • Open when your primary care doctor's office is closed, including nights, weekends and holidays
  • No appointment needed

Emergency Department

  • For serious injuries
  • Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • No appointment needed