Now accepting TRICARE Prime and
VA Community Care Network
Walk right in – Open Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Open
Saturday and Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
No appointment necessary. Most insurances accepted. Free parking.
Receive immediate care for illnesses and injuries, such as colds, flu,
rashes, and fractures, for patients age two and older.
If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and do not have a primary care
provider, you can visit either Mary Washington Urgent Care locations,
and we can screen you for a COVID-19 test.
Learn more about COVID-19 testing at MWHC
When you need immediate access to medical services, the Mary Washington
Urgent Care team is here for you. Comfortable, convenient, and quick,
Mary Washington Urgent care has shorter waiting times than the Emergency
Department and is the more appropriate place to be seen in many cases.
Mary Washington Urgent Care provides healthcare services for non-life-threatening
conditions, such as bumps, bruises, sprains, and minor injuries, as well
as treatment for minor illnesses. The best part? No appointments are needed!
Urgent care is walk-in care, which means you can be seen on your schedule.
- • Acne
- • Allergic rhinitis/Seasonal allergies
- • Aphthous stomatitis (canker sores)
- • Cellulitis, folliculites (minor skin infections)
- • Common cold/ Upper respiratory infections
- • Conjunctivitis (“pink eye”)
- • Contact dermatitis
- • Ear infections (otitis externa/“swimmer’s ear”
and otitis media)
- • Eczema
- • Eustachian tube dysfunction/otalgia
- • Foreign object in eye or nose
- • Headaches (migraine, tension headaches)
- • Herpes labialis (cold sores)
- • Hives (acute urticaria)
- • Impetigo
- • Influenza
- • Insect/bug bites
- • Pharyngitis (Streptococcal/“strep throat” and viral)
- • Poison oak/ivy
- • Scabies and lice
- • Sinusitis (sinus infection)
- • Stye
- • Sunburn
- • Tinea pedis, cruris, corporis (athlete’s foot, ringworm)
- • Urinary Tract Infections in females (kidney and bladder infection)
- • Varicella Zoster (shingles)
- • Viral upper respiratory infection (common cold)
Strains and sprains
- Ankle and foot sprain and splinting with follow up to ortho
- Low back strain
- Diabetic screenings (fingerstick, and urinalysis)
- Vision acuity screenings
- Short-term medication refills
- Suture and staple removal