Urgent Care

Get the Medical Care You Need Right Away

Our Urgent Care practices offer walk-in family medical care seven days a week for health problems that just can’t wait. Staffed with skilled doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals, they can treat a wide range of minor injuries and illnesses in children and adults. While not a substitute for your primary care provider, an Urgent Care practice is a great alternative to the Emergency Room (ER) for most minor emergencies.*

RWJBH Barnabas Health Medical Group Urgent Care locations*:

152 Central Avenue, Clark, NJ 07066
Phone: 732-382-9700

10 Parsonage Road, Suite 102, Edison, NJ 08837
Phone: 732-662-4680

3100 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 28, Hamilton, NJ 08619
Phone: 609-245-7430

751 Route 206 North, Suite 100, Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Phone: 908-685-2513

  • Most health insurance plans are accepted
  • Average wait times are shorter
  • No appointment needed
  • Walk in appointments are accepted

*Please call for hours.

When to go to Urgent Care

When your healthcare provider’s office is closed, or you are unable to get an appointment with your primary care provider, or you are out of town, and you have one of the following:

  • Broken Bones & Sprains - Swelling or pain in a join or extremity with or without movement, and if the bone is not poking through skin
  • Cold/Sore Throat - A sore throat or ear pain which has not improved with over the counter medications
  • Fever/Flu
  • Mild Asthma
  • Minor cuts & wounds
  • Minor burns
  • Skin Irritations & rashes
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Non-life threatening conditions that require urgent attention
  • Mild fever accompanied by cough, chills, headache, diarrhea, and/or nausea and vomiting
  • Routine services such as: school/work physicals and vaccinations

When to go to Emergency Room*

Some problems need to be treated in an emergency department, including:

  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Coughing up or vomiting blood
  • Chest Pain or difficulty breathing
  • Unexplained, severe pain or pressure in any part of the body, especially the chest
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness or changes in vision
  • Unusual confusion or difficulty walking or speaking
  • Fainting or loss of consciousness
  • Spinal or severe head injuries
  • Heat exhaustion or hypothermia
  • Fainting or loss of consciousness
  • Spinal or severe head injuries
  • Heat exhaustion or hypothermia

*If you are experiencing any emergency health problems or life threatening symptoms, please call an ambulance or 911 immediately.