Save Time When You Save Your Spot Online.
New! All Westmed Urgent Care and Immediate Care Centers help patients spend less time in the waiting room, when you book your spot online using a desktop or mobile device.
When you instantly reserve your spot online for a Westmed Urgent Care visit, you can wait comfortably at home, in your car (or anywhere!), benefit from a more seamless check-in process, and reduced wait times upon your arrival.
Why “Save Your Spot”?
- Book a visit to your desired Westmed Urgent Care location, at a time convenient for you
- Arrive fifteen minutes prior to your reserved time
- Check-in at the kiosk and view your spot in the queue
- Get care faster with the help of our board-certified providers
Online booking is not required, walk-in visits are always welcomed. This is not an appointment. When you “Save Your Spot” online for a Westmed Urgent Care visit, our team will make every effort possible to see you at your reserved visit time, but please be advised that medical emergencies may arise.
Click here to “Save Your Spot” online for your Westmed Urgent Care visit.
Questions about Westmed’s new Save My Spot feature? Read our FAQs HERE.
About Westmed Urgent Care
The strength of our team lies in our people: board-certified family medicine physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who attend to you, not just your illness or injury.
Our advanced urgent care team not only diagnoses and treats minor illnesses and injuries, but often more complicated concerns. We keep you safe, out of the hospital if your health problem is not an emergency, and provide access to follow-up care with a Westmed primary physician or a specialist.
Westmed’s urgent care centers have received the highest level of recognition from the Urgent Care Association of America. The accreditation highlights how our facilities exceed the highest levels of operational criteria in a number of areas including scope of care, quality and patient safety.
New York: (914) 848-8000
Connecticut: (203) 210-2810
Conditions We Treat
- Influenza (Flu)
- DVT or blood clots
- Insect & Animal bites
- Sprains & Strains
- Lacerations & stitches
- Migraines & headaches
- Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
- Rashes & skin conditions
- Stomach flu (nausea, vomiting)
- Skin infection
Urgent care is intended to treat non-life-threatening, urgent medical needs. Call 9-1-1 for all life-threatening emergencies.