Hours & Address

Regular Hours

7 days a week
8 AM - 8 PM

Phone

801-693-7900

Address

26 S. Main Street
Centerville, UT 84014
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You Don't Need an Appointment: Just Walk In

Virtual Visits-Talk With A Provider At Home

With an internet-connected device you can have a medical consultation with a U of U Health care provider who will help you understand your symptoms and develop a treatment plan. Patients of any age can start a Virtual Visit for a range of non-life-threatening conditions.

Sickness doesn’t always happen between 8-5. We’re open all day—plus weekends and evenings—when you need care right away for an illness or injury that isn’t life-threatening.

Seek Urgent Care For

  • Flu and fever
  • Earaches
  • Nausea
  • Rashes and allergic reactions
  • Animal and insect bites
  • Sprains and minor bone fractures
  • Minor cuts requiring stitches
  • Urinary tract/bladder infections

When Should I Go To Urgent Care?

When an emergency strikes, make sure you know where to go for care. This checklist is a quick guide for common emergencies. If the situation is life threatening, call 911 or go to the emergency room. (Download printable version of this chart.)

header left-column-3 Allergic reaction that causes difficulty swallowing (or call 911) Animal or insect bites Asthma attack (severe) (or call 911) Broken bone If skin is punctured, go to the ER or call 911. Burns If severe, go to the ER. Chest pain (severe) (or call 911) Concussion If loss of consciousness, go to the ER. Coughs Cuts If uncontrolled bleeding, go to the ER. Diarrhea Dizziness Eye injuries
header 2 right-column-3 Fever If very young infant or adult has fever of 105-plus degrees, go to the ER. Headache If severe, go to the ER. Nausea or upset stomach Numbness in arm or leg, difficultyspeaking, face drooping Rashes Seizure (without an epilepsy diagnosis) Sinus pain Shortness of breath If severe, go to the ER or call 911. Sore Throat If child, go to urgent care. Sprained ankle Urinary tract/bladder infections Vomiting If vomiting blood, go to the ER.