Both Urgent Care Centers now offer same-day appointments to streamline visits and reduce wait times.
You can call the appointment line as early as 10 a.m.
Walk-ins will still be accepted but appointments are strongly encouraged. If you arrive without calling ahead, you will be given the next available appointment.
The centers are open weeknights from 5-10 p.m. and weekends from noon-10 p.m. They provide after-hours diagnosis and treatment for adults and children with non-emergent illness or injury.
Urgent Care is a convenient, affordable alternative for life's minor medical emergencies.
- Minor lacerations where bleeding is controlled
- Cough, cold or sore throat
- Minor skin rash
- Animal bites
- Ear and eye infections
- Cuts, bumps and sprains
- Fever or flu symptoms (if younger than 6 months, go to the ER)
- General wound care
- Bladder infections
- Sunburn or minor burns
- Sports physicals
When to Go to the ER
Experts say these symptoms require an ER visit:
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Chest or upper abdominal pain or pressure that lasts two minutes or more
- Severe, persistent abdominal pain
- Loss of consciousness or sudden dizziness and weakness
- Sudden changes in vision or difficulty speaking
- Confusion or changes in mental status
- Severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea
- Severe sprain, suspected broken bone or deformity
For life-threatening conditions, always call 911
Dunkirk Urgent Care
(in the Dunkirk Medical Center across from McDonald's)
10845 Town Center Blvd., Suite 108
Dunkirk, MD 20754
Solomons Medical Center
(in the Solomons Medical Center next to the car wash)
14090 H.G. Trueman Road, Suite 1300
Solomons, MD 20688