You are here: Home Urgent Care Urgent Care Page Content Urgent CareAt UW Medicine, we recognize that accidents and illness don’t always happen when your primary doctor is available. That’s why we offer convenient access to healthcare when you need it most. See All Providers Please check the Holiday Hours page for information about special hours or closures.Our Urgent Care Clinic Locations UW Neighborhood Ballard ClinicLocated at 1455 NW Leary Way Seattle 98107 UW Neighborhood Federal Way ClinicLocated at 32018 23rd Ave. South, Federal Way 98003 UW Neighborhood Issaquah ClinicLocated at 1740 NW Maple Street, Suite 100, Issaquah, WA 98027 UW Neighborhood Olympia ClinicLocated at 3525 Ensign Rd, Suite B, Olympia, WA 98506 UW Neighborhood Ravenna ClinicLocated at 4915 25th Ave. NE, Suite 300-W, Seattle 98105 UW Neighborhood Shoreline ClinicLocated at 1355 N. 205th St., Shoreline 98133 UW Neighborhood Woodinville ClinicLocated at 17638 140th Ave. NE, Woodinville 98072 Meet Our ProvidersSearch through UW Medicine physicianswho provide urgent care services. See All ProvidersUrgent Care Clinic HoursMonday-Friday or Weekdays 10am - 8pmSaturday & Sunday or Weekend 8am - 6pm Visit the Issaquah clinic page to see its operating hours. Urgent Care Services UW Medicine urgent care clinics offer easily accessible urgent medical care when your primary care provider is not available for a same-day appointment. No appointment is necessary, and we welcome new patients and walk-ins. Urgent care clinics are open every day of the week and staffed by UW Medicine providers who can provide referrals to emergency services or specialists when medically appropriate. Treat the following non-life threatening problems:Breathing problems: Coughs, colds, wheezing, mild asthma attacks, influenza, sinus infections and bronchitisEar problems: Ear infections, earaches, foreign object in the ear, and ear wax removalEye problems: Red eye, pink eye, and styes Migraines and headachesMusculoskeletal problems: Sprains, strains, and broken bonesSkin problems: Rashes, minor burns cuts/scrapes, lacerations, bites, poison ivy, and abscesses/boilsStomach problems: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn symptoms, and abdominal painUrinary problems: Bladder and urinary tract infections, and concerns of a sexually transmitted infectionWork Injuries (initiating L & I claim)Our urgent care clinics do not offer intravenous (IV) fluids or medications, and we do not have narcotic medications on site. When should I go to a hospital emergency room?If you fear that you have a serious, life-threatening illness or injury such as stroke, heart attack, uncontrollable bleeding or head injury with loss of consciousness – call 911. You should seek care in an emergency room if you have the following:Chest pain or pressureShortness of breathSevere burns, pain or head traumaSudden loss of visionBroken bones with bone exposed UW Medicine Virtual ClinicSometimes you need care when clinics are closed or it is inconvenient to leave your house. UW Medicine offers diagnosis and treatment for most urgent care conditions at any time of day or night through UW Medicine Virtual Clinic.Board-certified physicians and nurse practitioners from Care Simple Providers assess, diagnose and recommend treatment for your condition via secure video chat or over the telephone. The cost is $40, no insurance necessary. UW Medicine Virtual Clinic providers will also let you know if you need to follow up with your primary care physician and can help you to find a primary care provider if you don’t already have one.Learn more about UW Medicine Virtual Clinic. If at any point your symptoms worsen or you feel like you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 or proceed to the nearest emergency room.