Superheroes don’t have to worry about sprains and strains, sinus infections or allergies. For the rest of us, there’s Cooley Dickinson Urgent Care. Wait times are typically shorter and insurance copays are typically lower than emergency room care. All Cooley Dickinson Urgent Care locations offer weekday and weekend hours to treat minor illnesses and injuries—no appointment needed. Offering sports and camp physicals, too!
We provide walk-in service for patients ages 18 months and up. Our experienced caregivers are here to diagnose and treat an array of medical problems, including:
Occupational health services such as DOT physicals and drug tests available as well.
With urgent care, wait times are typically shorter and insurance copays are typically lower than emergency room care. And because we’re located right at the hospital, access to medical records and updates is fast and efficient. provides.
Because we’re conveniently located at Cooley Dickinson Hospital, we’re easy to get to, with fast, on-site access to hospital diagnostic services, as well as access to all the resources that being affiliated with Mass General Brigham provides.
Cooley Dickinson Testing Centers are now located in our Urgent Care Clinics in Amherst, Northampton, and Southampton. Covid-19 testing is available by appointment only. Appointments are available at the following times and locations:
Mon-Fri, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm, Sat-Sun 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Testing can often now be scheduled within 24 hrs. Patients must have an appointment scheduled before coming to the testing center.
Testing is no longer performed at our drive-thru facility at Cooley Dickinson Hospital.
How to Make a COVID-19 Testing Appointment
We continue to require patients to have a referral from a primary care or other provider for COVID-19 testing. If you do not have a primary care provider, we can help you find one; call 888-554-4234.
Testing Criteria for Travel
We have also relaxed our testing criteria to include testing for travel purposes and also by “provider discretion,” though we will continue to prioritize tests for those who are symptomatic for COVID-19, people who require surgery or outpatient procedures, and health care workers.