Southern Colorado Clinic Urgent Care
With no appointment necessary Urgent Care is used as a convenient alternative when your regular physician’s office is closed or you can't see your doctor as soon as you would like. Urgent Care is for non-emergency problems such as sore throats, ear infections, minor burns, cuts and bruises, broken bones, sprains, injuries, and common illnesses.
For emergency conditions such as chest pains, shortness of breath or life threatening problems, call 911 or go directly to the emergency room of a hospital.
3676 Parker Blvd
Pueblo, CO 81008
Phone: (719) 553-2208
Fax: (719) 553-2227
(near Hwy 50 and Pueblo Blvd)
3937 Ivywood Lane
Pueblo, CO 81005
Phone: (719) 553-0111
Fax: (719) 553-0117
(near Northern Ave and Pueblo Blvd)
|Hours: Monday-Sunday from
8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Hours: Monday-Sunday from
8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Urgent Care is open 11 hours each day 7 days a week and walk-ins are welcome. Whenever possible, you should call your doctor before seeking medical treatment as your doctor knows your medical history and can guide you to the most appropriate place for care. Your doctor can also provide your follow-up care after an urgent care visit. For chronic problems like depression or diabetes, contact your primary care physician.
Who will care for me?
SCC Urgent Care is staffed with experienced and certified family medicine providers who are committed to provide the highest level of care for your urgent medical needs. Each Urgent Care facility is equipped with diagnostic X-ray services.
How long will I have to wait?
Urgent Care patients are generally treated on a first-come, first-served basis. While every attempt will be made to see you as quickly as possible, wait times will be based on the number of people seeking care, as well as the seriousness of their condition.
What happens after I leave Urgent Care?
You will be advised about all follow-up procedures and notified about any abnormal lab work or x-rays. A complete record of your treatment will be sent to your primary care physician, who can provide any necessary follow-up care.
What forms of insurance and payment do you accept?
Urgent Care accepts most insurance health plans, cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Generally, when the medical condition is appropriate for urgent care, your costs will be less than going to an emergency room for the same medical condition.
When should I go to the emergency room?
Urgent Care is not a substitute for emergency care. You should use a hospital's emergency department for very serious or life-threatening problems. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, don't wait! Call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room:
Severe abdominal pain
Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
loss of coordination or balance
Sudden blurred vision
Numbness in the face, arm or leg
Sudden, severe headache
Deep cuts or bleeding that won't stop
Coughing up or vomiting blood