Immediate Care Centers
Reserve your time for an Immediate Care Center visit below. Once you have reserved your visit time, you will receive a call from the Immediate Care Center Registration team to update your personal and insurance information.
When You Arrive at the Immediate Care Center
Please remain in your vehicle (or remain outside the building if you walked or used other transportation). Contact the Registration team by following the instructions provided in the preregistration text message. See below for locations.
- You will be notified by text message or phone call when it is time for you to enter the Immediate Care Center for your visit.
- Please remember to practice physical distancing and remain 6 feet from others.
- As you enter, you will be provided with a face mask. You will be required to wear this NM-provided mask while in the Immediate Care Center.
Virtual Visits Available
A virtual visit allows you to talk with an Immediate Care physician or advanced practice provider over the phone or video chat rather than having an in-person visit. Immediate Care virtual visits are available from 8am until midnight. A virtual visit might be right for you if you need care for any of the following:
- Cough and cold symptoms
- Sore throat
- Minor injuries and accidents
- Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
- Pink eye
- Flu symptoms
- Sinus pain
- Lower back pain
- Urinary tract infection*
*Patients may be asked to be seen in office.
Virtual visits are offered for patients two years and older. Your physician or advanced practice provider may still require an in-office visit for your child if a physical evaluation is needed.
Limited vaccinations are offered as part of a visit including:
- Flu Shots
- Johnson & Johnson COVID-19
- Menactra (Western Suburbs Only)
- Non-Preventive Tdap (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis)
Lab orders, tests and X-rays are available after evaluation by a physician. Point-of-care lab tests offered include:
- Bacterial Vaginosis
- Blood Sugar
- Urine Dip Stick (Urine Culture)