Plan your visit to Gateway Urgent Care

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Step 1 – Check In

To save time on your next visit, print and fill out the following forms before you arrive:

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Step 2 – Visit

After checking in, a member of our staff will take your vitals and the medical provider will care for your diagnosis. Remember to bring the following items:

  • Valid photo ID
  • Insurance card (if you have insurance)
  • Credit, debit card, cash or personal check for co-pay or self-pay fee
  • If you are under 18, you must be with your parent or legal guardian
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Step 3 – Check-Out

When your visit is finished, you will receive a record of your visit as well as any aftercare instructions and/or prescription information at the front desk.

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Step 4 – Follow Up

Within a few days after your initial visit, you will receive a follow-up phone call asking a few questions to check on your recovery process and inform you if there are any additional checkups needed.

PHI Release Authorization Form

Download the Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information Form, fill it out, and bring it with you on your visit.

Frequently Asked Questions

New to Gateway Urgent Care? Here are few common questions that we’ve answered. For additional information, visit our Health Resources page.

How is Gateway Urgent Care different from the emergency room or family doctor?

Gateway Urgent care is focused on delivering quality care to walk-in patients. We focus on cutting down wait times and offer extended hours for care. Gateway Urgent Care provides for non-life-threatening medical needs with less waiting time and at a fraction of the price for an Emergency Room visit.

When do I pay for treatment?

Payment is due at the time of treatment, unless an alternative payment has been arranged prior to your visit. Patients will be asked to provide a valid photo ID along with proof of insurance (if you have insurance) upon check-in. Gateway Urgent Care accepts most major credit cards, debit cards, and/or cash.

What types of insurance does Gateway Urgent Care accept?

Gateway Urgent Care accepts most major insurance plans, including Medicaid and Medicare. Please contact your insurance provider to determine in-network coverage.

What types of health issues does Gateway Urgent Care treat?

Gateway Urgent Care is equipped to treat a wide range of non-life-threatening conditions. Visit our full list of urgent care services to see how we can help you.

What forms do I need to bring with me?

If you are planning to visit Gateway Urgent Care, fill out these forms before you arrive to get seen faster or for even faster service, check in online.

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