Our Urgent Care Center teams are dedicated to providing high-quality, compassionate and timely care for medical conditions that are not emergencies but require treatment within 24 hours.
All medical clinics are operated by qualified practitioners. You can be confident that you are getting the highest level of urgent care.
See also PAMF’s Pediatric Urgent Care Centers
- San Carlos Center—Opens on November 17, 2014
- San Mateo Center—Opens on September 29, 2014
Call 911 for Life-Threatening Emergencies
The Emergency Department is designed to provide fast, life-or-limb-saving care. Many people, however, use the ER as a place to receive urgent care without realizing it. If you’re ever in doubt, go to the closest ER.
When to Come to Urgent Care
Visit our Urgent Care Centers for expert and timely treatment. We handle urgent problems that are not life-threatening.
- Accidents and falls
- Bleeding and cuts
- Broken bones and sprains
- High fever, diarrhea or vomiting
- Mild to moderate asthma
- Learn more about the difference between emergency & urgent care...
Urgent Care Wait Times
For your convenience, here are the current wait times at most of our Urgent Care Centers:
Fremont Urgent Care is now closed.
Mountain View Adult Urgent Care is now closed.
Palo Alto Urgent Care is now closed.
Santa Cruz Main Clinic Urgent Care is now closed.
Scotts Valley Urgent Care is now closed.
Santa Cruz Westside Urgent Care is now closed.
Watsonville Urgent Care is now closed.
>>Wait time is updated during Urgent Care hours. Time is an approximation of the current wait time and subject to change.