+ If you are sick or injured and can’t wait for an appointment + When something needs to be addressed quickly but isn’t life-threatening
Urgent Care can be more efficient
Typically wait times are shorter at an Urgent Care Center, compared to an Emergency Room. And in many cases, the visit will cost you much less. At Hudson Physicians, we can evaluate the situation and determine if you need to be taken to the ER or treated in our clinic. We can also follow up with your primary care physician and seamlessly coordinate your care. We provide walk-in care for people 2-months of age and older.
Location Located within the Hudson Physicians main clinic. Come through the campus doors, take a right, and check in at the desk.
Hours 9:00 am – 9:00 pm daily (except major holidays)
Urgent Care is staffed with a team who can address minor injury and illness such as:
+ Abdominal pain + Moderate flu-like symptoms + Wheezing or shortness of breath + Cuts that may require stitches
+ Fever without a rash + Vomiting or persistent diarrhea + Sprains, strains and sports injuries + Broken bones and dislocated joints
Symptoms best evaluated in an Emergency Room include:
+ Chest pain or difficulty breathing + Coughing up blood or vomitting blood + Poisoning + Severe abdominal pain + Severe shortness of breath
+ Signs of a heart attack + Signs of stroke + Sudden onset of numbness in arms + Suicidal or homicidal feelings + Severe wounds and amputations
How it works
7 days a week 9am – 9pm daily
Diagnosis, treatment, and instruction for follow-up care
Feel better, faster
Get quality care and back on track quickly
Medicare & Medicaid
Medicare Urgent Care welcomes patients with Medicare primary and commercial secondary coverage.
Medicaid Urgent Care accepts patients with Wisconsin Medicaid, ages 2 months and older. This includes patients with Medicaid as a secondary or tertiary insurance.
Your guide to getting the right care.
At what seems to be the most inconvenient times, illnesses or injuries appear out of the blue: You wake up in the middle of the night with severe stomach pain. You slip and fall while shoveling the sidewalk. Your baby spikes a fever and won’t stop crying. When these situations occur, it may seem hard to decide where to go for help, especially if the symptoms seem severe and the doctors’ office is closed. Use this chart to consider your options:
walk-in clinic at County Market for simple health concerns (18 months and older)
SAT & SUN 8am–4pm Closed daily 11:30am–12pm 4:30pm-5pm
Wait time typically 15–45 minutes
Cough or cold
Ear flush and ear infections
Flu or fever
Minor skin infections, rashes, or insect bites
Sore throat or ear ache
walk-in weekend care option for minor injury and illness (2 months and older)
Daily 9am–9pm (except major holidays)
Wait time typically 10–30 minutes
Same services as above plus:
Urinary tract infection (UTI)
Vomiting or diarrhea
Asthma/shortness of breath
Joint and muscle pain
Mild abdominal pain
appointment-based comprehensive care for all ages
Same services as above plus:
Regular check-ups and health screenings
Routine and chronic care
Unexplained weight changes
Well child exams
available 24/7 for the most serious types of health needs, including life- or limb-threatening issues
EVERYDAY 24 hours
Wait time unpredictable
Coughing up or vomiting blood
Severe abdominal pain
Severe shortness of breath
Severe wounds and amputations
Signs of heart attack
Signs of stroke
Sudden onset of numbness in arms or legs
Suicidal or homicidal feelings
Hear what people have to say about Urgent Care
Very professional and kind doctors, nurses and staff. We have been at Hudson Physicians for over 11 years and are very pleased.
My whole family receives care from Hudson Physicians. They are not only caring and professional they are accessible.
All experiences have been positive in the 13 years we have been going here; great, caring staff and professionals, efficient facility access.