Urgent Care

No-appointment health care for minor injuries and illnesses

Western Sierra’s Urgent Care clinic offers patients access to health care providers for non-emergency treatment, from minor injuries to illnesses.

Services-Medical-Urgent-Care-full.jpgOur Urgent Care clinic offers no-appointment-needed, same-day health care to patients without a primary health provider — or patients whose primary health provider is not immediately available.

The Urgent Care service is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday in Grass Valley.  

Urgent Care provides services for common illnesses — such as colds, flu and kidney infections — and minor injuries, including back pain, cuts and sprains.

All patients are welcome, regardless of their income level or insurance coverage.

Western Sierra’s staff and health care providers will ask every patient at Urgent Care if they have a primary health provider. If so, all information about a patient’s treatment will be sent to their primary health provider. Western Sierra will direct patients to those providers for follow-up treatment.

Patients with life-threatening injuries — such as choking, head injuries, severe chest pain or the sudden inability to see, speak or walk — should call 911 or go to the closest emergency room as soon as possible.