Urgent Care - Crozer-Keystone Health System - PA

Urgent Care

Walk in. Feel better.

Crozer-Keystone has urgent care clinics in West Chester and Broomall, PA.

If you need medical attention and your primary care physician is unavailable, where do you go? Our urgent care and walk-in clinics in West Chester and Broomall treat patients with common medical conditions and minor injuries. No appointment is needed and doctors are available after traditional office hours.

As a result, the best time to visit an urgent care center is when there is a minor trauma, such as a sprain, where the condition isn’t life threatening but requires immediate treatment. Urgent care clinics can also handle broken bones of the wrist, hand, ankle or foot.

Just walk in and experienced doctors and nurses will treat you and your family. Urgent care centers are the ideal choice if you’re experiencing one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Minor trauma, such as a common sprain
  • Painful urination or urinary tract infection
  • Severe sore throat
  • Fever without a rash
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Mild asthma
  • Broken bones of the wrist, hand, ankle, or foot
  • If you can’t get an appointment with your PCP, but you already know the diagnosis
  • Condition requires immediate care, but is not life-threatening
  • The onset of symptoms is gradual

Urgent Care or Emergency Department?

If you feel sick, in pain or simply uncomfortable, you probably want to take care of the health issue at the root of it right away. Between retail clinics, urgent care centers and emergency departments, you have a lot consider for where and how to get immediate treatment.

Here are some guidelines for when to visit an urgent care center or go to the emergency room.

When to Call 9-1-1

If you suspect you’re having a heart attack or stroke, or if you’re experiencing debilitating symptoms such as severe chest pain or bleeding, you should not drive to a medical facility. Instead, call 9-1-1 immediately.