Memorial Hospital offers two urgent care clinics where board-certified physicians and skilled nursing staff provide treatment for non-life threatening conditions including:
• Minor sports injuries • Illnesses including fevers, ear infections, flu and sprains.
On-site laboratory and radiology services at Memorial Hospital are also available. Often, fees and co-pays for urgent care are lower than those in the emergency room. Wait time is generally shorter as well.
We accept most insurance. Walk-in appointments only. Our urgent care clinics are open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week (except holidays).
VIDEO: Colorado Springs Urgent Care
In this video, John R. Torrent, MD, medical director of urgent care at Memorial Hospital, explains the role of urgent care, when it's appropriate to seek urgent care and when it isn't. He also explains what makes urgent care at Memorial different than other stand-alone urgent care centers.
VIDEO: Colorado Springs Urgent Care Doctors & Specialists
Watch this video interview with John R. Torrent, MD, medical director of urgent care at Memorial Hospital, as he explains the multi-specialty team of doctors and specialists who may be part of your urgent care at Memorial.
VIDEO: Cost and Wait Times of Urgent Care in Colorado Springs
Certainly, people are concerned about the costs and possible inconveniences of health care. In this video, Dr. Torrent, medical director of urgent care at Memorial Hospital, explains the relative cost of urgent care compared to emergency care and primary care. He also explains what people can expect with regard to wait times.
How to Get Help
Urgent care at Memorial Hospital is available on a walk-in basis only. We do not accept appointments. We have two locations open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week (except major holidays):