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Urgent Care and Convenient Care

Walk-ins welcome

Call 413-582-4400 to reach any of our four locations

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If you are experiencing a medical emergency, including chest pain, dizziness, heavy bleeding, loss of consciousness, trouble breathing or speaking, or severe abdominal pain, please call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.

Cooley Dickinson Urgent Care’s clinical teams provide walk-in service for non-life-threatening illness and injury for patients ages 18 months and up. Those with more serious medical needs will be seen first.

In addition to providing Occupational Health services, such as DOT physicals and drug tests, our experienced clinicians are here to diagnose and treat an array of medical problems, including:

  • Cold/flu symptoms
  • Sore throat
  • Viral illnesses
  • Cuts/minor lacerations
  • Sutures/suture removal
  • Minor burns
  • Ear and eye infections
  • Sports and Camp physicals
  • Incision and drainage of abscesses
  • Simple removal of foreign bodies
    • Respiratory infections
    • Urinary tract infections
    • Rashes
    • Strains/sprains
    • Minor fractures

Please note: Closing hours may vary depending on clinical capacity and wait times. Please check each center’s location page for current hours.

Important information about on-site testing at our urgent care and convenient care locations

Our centers perform certain diagnostic tests (digital x-ray, EKG, blood and other lab tests) for patients receiving care when the treating clinician deems them necessary for diagnosis/treatment.

COVID-19 screening, evaluation, and treatment options:

Cooley Dickinson Urgent Care and Convenient Care is not offering the COVID-19 vaccine or asymptomatic testing. To learn more about the vaccine, visit Mass General Brigham’s COVID-19 vaccine resource page.

Please do not visit the Emergency Room, Urgent Care or Convenient Care for routine testing of mild symptoms. Instead, isolate per CDC guidelines and get tested at an appropriate testing site.

To find testing sites near you for mild symptoms or asymptomatic tests, please visit Mass.gov/COVID-19-testing.

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