Wilson Urgent Care - Frequently Asked Questions
When should I visit Wilson Urgent Care?
You should visit Wilson Urgent Care for:
- Non-life threatening injuries and illnesses in both adults and children
- Compassionate care when your primary care physician is not available
- Reliable, cost-effective alternatives to the emergency room
- Same-day care when you’re visiting from out-of-town
What conditions do you treat at Wilson Urgent Care?
At Wilson Urgent Care, we treat everything from the common cold and seasonal allergies to minor injuries. We also offer preventative care, including physical exams, flu shots and vaccines. Click here for a complete list of our services.
Is Wilson Urgent Care more expensive than the ER?
Wilson Urgent Care is a reliable, cost-effective alternative to visiting the emergency room and is often less expensive than the ER.
Do I have to make an appointment to be seen at Wilson Urgent Care?
No appointment is necessary and walk-ins are always welcome at Wilson Urgent Care.
- Monday – Friday, 2 p.m. – 8 p.m.
- Saturday – Sunday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Will Wilson Urgent Care accept my insurance?
We accept most major insurance plans and have affordable options available for all patients. Please contact our clinic at (937) 492-7296.
How long will I wait to see a provider?
Since no appointments are necessary, wait time will depend on the number of patients in the clinic.
Does Wilson Urgent Care treat infants?
Yes, Wilson Urgent Care providers are trained to treat patients 6 months and older.
Where can I offer feedback about my Wilson Urgent Care experience?
Wilson Urgent Care appreciates your feedback. You are welcome to submit questions, comments or suggestions for improvement on our contact page on our website.
Can I pay my bill online?
Yes. To pay your Wilson Urgent Care bill online, please click here.
Can I go to Wilson Urgent Care if I get injured on the job?
Wilson Urgent Care accepts all walk-ins for immediate and general medical care, and offers a variety of Workers Comp and Occupational Medicine programs. To learn more, contact our Occupational Health Department at (937) 492-7296.
Should I visit Wilson Urgent Care or do I need to go to the ER?
Some medical problems require immediate medical attention of a hospital emergency room. At Wilson Urgent Care, if your condition becomes more serious or requires emergent care, we are located right next to the Emergency Department at Wilson Memorial.
What if I need to see a specialist?
If a Wilson Urgent Care provider recommends a specialist consultation, such as an orthopedic surgeon, our staff will assist you in making an appointment with that physician.
What information should I bring with me when I come to Wilson Urgent Care?
All first time patients need to bring an up-to-date medical insurance card and a government issued photo ID. It’s helpful to your urgent care provider if you can bring copies of any pertinent prior lab work or imaging studies. If you take medications, please also be prepared to discuss the exact names and dosages of the medicines that you are taking.