When you need quick care for a minor illness or injury, visit a PLUS Urgent Care location near you in Caldwell County. Rely on our doctors and advanced practitioners for timely diagnosis and treatment—so you can feel better soon.
When to Visit Urgent Care
Should you go to urgent care or the emergency department? If your condition isn’t life-threatening, urgent care can save you time and money. PLUS Urgent Care is open days, evenings, and weekends for care of:
If your or your unborn baby’s life is in danger, or you’re at risk of disability, call 911 or go to closest emergency room.
Urgent Care for Children
All PLUS Urgent Care locations care for children ages 6 months and above. Feel confident your little one will receive excellent care from trained, experienced staff.
Pediatric PLUS Urgent Care
Get urgent care from a pediatrician or pediatric nurse practitioner (NP) at Pediatric PLUS Urgent Care. We see kids from newborn to 18 years old. Rely on our office in Granite Falls for:
Onsite X-Ray & Labs
If your doctor needs a blood draw or X-ray to learn more about your condition, take advantage of onsite diagnostic testing. Quick, convenient access to imaging and lab services means you may be able to get a diagnosis sooner.
If your primary care provider is part of Caldwell UNC physicians network, your Plus Urgent Care team will be able to access your medical record. That means they’ll know more about your medical history and medications—so they can provide the right care more efficiently. (You do not have to be a patient of Caldwell UNC to use PLUS Urgent Care.)
Paying for Urgent Care
Caldwell UNC Health Care PLUS Urgent Care and Pediatric PLUS Urgent Care locations accept most health insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. You’ll make the same copayment you’d make for a regular primary care office visit.