Same-Day, Non-Emergency Services
When you can’t see your primary care provider—on weekends or when he or she is fully booked, for example—the providers at Olympic Medical Center’s Walk-In Clinics can help. We treat a variety of non-life-threatening medical conditions, including minor cuts and wounds, sprains, respiratory infections, asthma symptoms, urinary symptoms, temporary refills (except opioids), skin rashes and school-related sport physicals. Patients are seen in order of arrival.
If you are concerned about a potential medical emergency, you should seek care at a hospital Emergency Room or call 911 for an ambulance. You should not delay seeking appropriate medical attention for potential emergency conditions by waiting at the Walk-in Clinic. The Walk-in Clinic is not an Emergency Room or Urgent Care Center, and is not able to provide emergency services.
Frequenting a walk-in clinic is not a substitute for having a primary care medical home. Chronic conditions which require ongoing medical management are best served in a primary care setting that supports continuity of care.