Many viruses, such as a cold or the flu, can be easily transmitted to others. If your symptoms are mild, stay home, rest and avoid contact with others.
If symptoms worsen, instead of going to FastCare® or Urgent Care, it is best to contact your healthcare provider by phone. If you are a Bronson patient, you can also connect with your provider through Bronson MyChart. Or, you can reach a doctor online now through a BronsonConnect Video Visit.
If you’re not sure what to do, call (269) 341-7788 and a Bronson Care Advisor can help. They will assess your condition over the phone and direct you to the proper care location.
Questions About Coronavirus COVID-19?
Visit Bronson’s coronavirus web page to learn more.
Symptoms of coronavirus COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath) are similar to other viruses and usually appear 2-14 days after exposure from travel to an area with widespread COVID-19 illness or from close contact with a person known to have COVID-19.
If you have COVID-19 symptoms and wish to seek care or be tested, you are urged to call your doctor’s office or a Bronson Care Advisor at (269) 341-7788 for further instruction.
Bronson Urgent Care is Open 7 Days a Week
If you have a health concern that needs prompt attention, we're here for you. We're open 7 days a week and holidays, except Christmas day, providing walk-in care for acute illness and injuries when an emergency room visit is not necessary.
We know your time is valuable. That's why you don’t need an appointment to visit Bronson Urgent Care. Even better, the average length of stay at our urgent care facilities is less than 60 minutes – so you can count on receiving the care that you need, quickly.
Conditions We Treat at Urgent Care
From colds to minor injuries, we provide walk-in care for conditions such as:
- Broken bones
- Chicken pox
- Cough and sore throat
- Dental pain
- Earache/Ear infection
- Eye irritation
- Insect bites and bee stings
- Minor burns
- Minor cuts and wounds
- Sinus infections (Sinusitis)
- Sprains and strains
- Urinary tract infections (UTI)
If you are experiencing a life-threatening condition such as chest pain, trouble breathing or stroke symptoms, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Additional services available at urgent care
In addition, we provide the following support services:
- Diagnostic services such as open MRI, CT and X-ray
- Treatment for minor infections
- X-rays for the treatment of minor fractures/broken bones
- Walk-in care for acute illness and injuries
Additional walk-in care services
Not sure if urgent care is the right healthcare option for your condition? Visit our Need Care Now page to compare all of our walk-in care options.
Please note: If you need care for an urgent problem that is not an emergency, call your primary care provider first.