Your health,
on your time

Find the care you need, when you need it with our urgent, primary, and pediatric care located on Sugarloaf Parkway.

Open 7 Days a Week, No Appointment Needed.

Urgent Care

Care for minor illness and injuries on your schedule. Save time by scheduling an appointment or walk-in with short waits.

Primary Care

The foundation for your healthcare with compassionate doctors for patients of all ages, genders, and medical conditions.

Occupational Health

Helping employers manage the health of their employees through injury treatment, drug tests, and pre-employment physicals.


Our dermatology services are coming soon. Ask our team during your next visit for more information.

Caring for Our Community
One Patient at a Time

At Sugarloaf Urgent Care, our mission is to provide compassionate and high-quality medical care to our community, one patient at a time.

With more than 60-years of combined experience, our doctors

We are committed to serving the healthcare needs of our patients with the utmost care and attention, and strive to create a welcoming and supportive environment where patients feel comfortable and confident in their care.

Our Services



Cold & Flu

COVID-19 Testing

Ear Infection

Flu Shot



Lab Testing

Skin Infections

Sore & Strep Throat

Sports Physicals

Planning For Your Visit

Patients do not need an appointment to be seen at Sugarloaf Urgent Care. You’re welcome to walk-in for any of our services including primary care, urgent care, pediatrics, dermatology, and more.

If you have health insurance, we accept most major insurance plans, and our team will work with you to help maximize your benefits and minimize your out-of-pocket costs.

If you prefer to pay out of pocket, we also offer affordable self-pay options, with transparent pricing and no hidden fees.

  1. Identification: You should bring a form of identification, such as a driver’s license, passport, or other government-issued ID.

  2. Insurance information: If you have health insurance, be sure to bring your insurance card and any necessary co-payment or deductible payment.

  3. Medical history: If you have any relevant medical history, such as past surgeries or chronic conditions, it’s a good idea to bring this information with you. This can help the medical professionals at the urgent care center provide you with the best possible care.

  4. List of current medications: Bring a list of any medications you’re currently taking, including prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, and supplements.

  5. Relevant medical records: If you’ve had any recent medical tests or procedures, bring copies of the results with you.

Yes, we offer on-site COVID-19 testing with results available in as little as 15-minutes!

Urgent care centers provide immediate care for non-life threatening medical conditions such as minor injuries, illness, lab testing, and more.

If you are experiencing a life threatening condition, please dial 911 immediately and visit your nearest emergency room.