COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
Masks are still required in healthcare settings per CDC and state health department guidelines.
The right time to see a doctor is when it’s best for you. That’s why PeaceHealth offers walk-in and same-day primary care services at convenient locations in your community. This is a perfect option when you need immediate care, but can’t get in to see your regular doctor, or if it’s after-hours and your regular office you go to for care is closed.
We do recommend calling your primary care office first, as they may be able to see you the same day. If you need to go elsewhere for care, caregivers at all our locations can access your PeaceHealth medical records.
PeaceHealth accepts most insurance plans. Please check with your insurance carrier to make sure we are able to bill for your visit.
Illness and injury can happen when you least expect them - often when your regular doctor’s office is closed.
If you or your family need medical care during an evening, weekend or holiday, turn to PeaceHealth. We offer urgent care services seven days a week.
Our urgent care clinic provides a high level of care and service in one convenient location. With on-site imaging and lab tests, it’s easier to get the care you need, when you need it.
PeaceHealth offers same-day and walk-in care close to home in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. We provide:
Your immediate care team can include primary care doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and support staff who have access to your health records. You’ll get care from your trusted PeaceHealth team when it’s convenient for you.
You don’t have to be a patient to visit one of our walk-in or same-day clinics. We welcome anyone. We welcome anyone and you’ll receive a visit summary for your records.
With many locations, extended office hours and convenient appointment times, it’s easy to get the care you need. You can also schedule appointments online at select locations.
If you need additional services for heart, lung, orthopedic or other chronic diseases, we coordinate these services, make referrals and stay in touch with any specialist you may see.
Asthma causes the airways in your lungs to swell or narrow, which makes it hard to breathe. Dust, pollen or smoke can trigger symptoms.
The risk of falls and other balance issues, such as gait imbalance, rises with age. Trauma related falls are one of the most common injuries older adults face.
Ear problems can lead to pain, swelling and hearing loss. Infections, diseases and structural problems with the outer ear, bones of the inner ear or eardrum can cause these issues.
Common food allergies and sensitivities include milk, nuts, shellfish, eggs, soy and wheat. Certain additives can also cause reactions.
The venom from insect stings or bites can trigger an allergic reaction. The most serious are caused by bees, wasps, hornets and fire ants.
Back pain, headaches and heartburn.
Respiratory, ear/nose/throat, urinary, pink eye and rashes.
Fractures, strains and cuts.
Nasal passage issues can include chronic sinus infections, a deviated septum that doesn’t respond to medications, severe nosebleeds, nasal polyps and more. A deviated septum — displacement of the layer of cartilage that separates your nostrils — can cause breathing problems. Nasal polyps are noncancerous growths on the nasal passage.
Colds, flu, fever, sore throat and cough.