Immediate Care Centers

Quick, convenient, advanced medical care — right here, right now. Our Immediate Care Centers are a convenient option for non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as cuts, broken bones and high fevers. We also offer Occupational Health Services, including treatment of work-related illnesses and injuries.

Edward-Elmhurst Immediate Care Centers provide hospital-based services in a calm, quiet atmosphere where expert care meets exceptional convenience. No appointment is necessary.

IMMEDIATE CARE WAIT TIMES & HOURSIMMEDIATE CARE SERVICES

Hate to Wait? Advanced care fast.

  • Most immediate care locations open 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. M-F, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. weekends.
  • Walk-ins welcome, wait times vary.
  • Please make an appointment for MRI, CT, mammography, DEXA bone scans, ultrasound or cardiac diagnostics. Call 630-527-3200 (Edward) or 331-221-1005 (Elmhurst).
  • Board-certified physicians and nurses. View team
  • Occupational Health locations vary. Appointments are required. Call 630-527-7299 (Edward) or 331-221-0570 (Elmhurst).
  • All locations have primary care physician offices in the same building.

 

Immediate Care Hours:

8am - 8pm, Monday - Friday
8am - 6pm, Sat, Sun and holidays

Immediate Care Hours:

8am - 8pm, Monday - Friday
8am - 6pm, Sat, Sun and holidays

Immediate Care Hours:

8am - 8pm, Monday - Friday
8am - 6pm, Sat, Sun and holidays

What Can I Expect When I Visit?

Often the wait is shorter in an immediate care facility than in a hospital emergency department. However, even in an immediate care facility, there may be patients who come in with such severe symptoms that they need to be seen ahead of less urgent cases, which may require you to wait a little longer.

Our immediate care staff includes board-certified physicians and experienced registered nurses. Our nurses are certified in advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) and pediatric advanced life support (PALS).

A hospital emergency department is the right choice for potentially life-threatening conditions such as chest pains, head injuries, abdominal pain or severe bleeding. Always call 9-1-1 for life-threatening emergencies.

What Should I Bring?

It is important to bring the following items with you when visiting one of our Immediate Care Centers:

  • A copy of your most recent insurance card (insurance coverage varies, so please check with your carrier about coverage for immediate care)
  • Driver’s license or state-issued photo ID
  • Names and dosages of any prescription or over-the-counter medications you are currently taking