Urgent Care by Gagon Family Medicine Now open at 8:00 AM daily*
*Price location only. Huntington Urgent Care open at 8 am Monday – Friday. See a full list of hours here.
Get safe, timely access to urgent care services by your own trusted providers.
During these times, access to a trusted urgent care while avoiding unnecessary risks has never been more important. Gagon Family Medicine offers in-person AND telehealth urgent care services to make it easy to get the quality help you need – during the COVID-19 pandemic, cold and flu season, and beyond – while maintaining safe social distances. We offer urgent care services through our Family Medicine clinic which means you pay the same co-pay, co-insurance, or deductible you would pay for a regular office visit.
Urgent Care – Walk-in, Call-ahead, Telehealth
Urgent care services are offered on a walk-in, call-ahead, or telehealth basis. By calling ahead, you can reserve your place in line and get an estimated time to arrive. Rather than starting your wait time when you arrive at the clinic, your wait time can be spent in-transit or in the comfort of your home. Walk-ins are also welcome and will be added to the existing waiting list upon arrival.
Same day treatment for non-life threatening emergencies including:
- Colds, fever, cough, sore throat
- Flu, nausea, vomiting
- Infections, including urinary tract infections
- Allergic reactions and rashes
- Sprains and minor broken bones
- Minor injuries including cuts and bruises
Do I need to be a patient of Gagon Family Medicine to visit their Urgent Care?
No. Anyone who needs urgent care services is welcome.
How long will I have to wait?
During walk-in hours, patients are treated on a first-come, first-serve basis. Wait times vary based on the number of people seeking care as well as the severity of their condition.
Do I need an appointment?
No. You may walk-in, call ahead to reserve your place in line, or arrange a telehealth visit.
Can I be seen for a Medicare Annual Wellness Visit (AWV) as an urgent care patient?
No. Our policy is to only offer AWV’s to patients who have established their on-going care with our office. The purpose of an AWV is to establish an individual plan of care for the upcoming year that the patient and their provider then work together to implement. Best practice for the benefit of the patient is that the plan of care is developed between them and the office where they receive their primary care.
Can I get a refill of routine medications as an urgent care patient?
Yes, but. Routine medications are best refilled by your regular provider. If you run out of medications while traveling, a simple and free solution is to call your primary care provider and request they send a refill to your regular pharmacy. You can then ask a local pharmacy to transfer your prescription from your regular pharmacy to the pharmacy you are visiting, and they can fill it for you. If this solution does not work for you, we will be happy to see you and evaluate your medication needs.
Do I have to provide my complete medication list during an urgent care visit?
Yes. It is our policy to review a complete list of all medications for each patient at each visit. We also require authorization to query your pharmacy history. Many patients do not remember the exact name or dose of their medications so getting the name and dose directly from the pharmacy helps to make sure we have complete and accurate medication information.