If you’re experiencing a serious or life-threatening illness or injury, visit the closest emergency department or call 911.
Ohio State Advanced Immediate Care provides walk-in care for urgent, non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries seven days a week. In addition, we can also treat less urgent conditions. Our advanced level of care and diagnostics, supervised by emergency medicine physicians, gives you the expertise of a hospital emergency department but with shorter wait times and at a lower cost than visiting the emergency department.
Conditions we treat
- Sports and activity-related injuries such as broken bones, sprains and minor head and back injuries
- Burns, bruises and cuts requiring stitches
- Abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea and dehydration
- Painful urination or suspected bladder, kidney or urinary infections
- Postoperative concerns and suspected blood clots
- Sexual health concerns
- Cold, flu and COVID-19 symptoms such as cough, sore throat, fever and headache
- Eye, ear, throat, sinus and respiratory infections
Diagnostic tools and treatments
- Urgent X-rays
- Electrocardiogram (EKG)
- CT scan
- Lab tests including pregnancy, strep, COVID-19 and flu
- Casts, splints and stitches
- IV/hydration infusions
Four convenient locations
For patients of all ages: Outpatient Care Dublin, Outpatient Care New Albany
For patients 14 and up: East Hospital, Martha Morehouse Outpatient Care (west of Ohio State campus)
Why choose Ohio State Advanced Immediate Care over an urgent care facility?
While urgent care facilities provide treatment for both common and non-life-threatening conditions, they may be stand-alone locations that aren’t affiliated with a local health care system like The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. When you choose Ohio State Advanced Immediate Care, your care is being supervised by emergency medicine physicians. And if you require additional follow up, our patient care managers will expedite appointments with an Ohio State provider, answer questions and ensure all your needs are met. A stand-alone urgent care facility can’t do that.
We accept most insurances, and our cost is less than an emergency department and generally equivalent to an urgent care. At the time of your visit, a specialist copay will be collected, and coinsurance may be applicable if testing is required.
Other immediate care options
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