Urgent Care Locations
Why Urgent Care?
Urgent care is treatment for a condition that requires prompt attention, but does not pose an immediate, serious health threat. Ear infections, upset stomach, and sprains are examples of conditions that urgent care staff can treat. Urgent care is often a choice when your primary care physician is not available.
Do you need an appointment?
You do not need an appointment for St. Rita's Urgent Care. If you are unsure whether your injury or illness requires an urgent care visit, contact St. Rita's Call-A-Nurse at 419-226-9000. When you call, you can discuss your problem with a nurse who can then direct you to urgent care or another medical facility.
Can you receive Urgent Care in an Emergency Department?
Most emergency departments provide urgent care, but it is usually more expensive and may require a longer wait. Emergency Care is given to the most serious cases first... not in order of arrival.
Will St. Rita's Urgent Care facilities share results with my own doctor?
With your permission, your treatment information will be shared with your designated physician.
Does St. Rita's Urgent Care Centers treat children and adults?
Yes, St. Rita's Eastside Urgent Care, Westside-Luke Urgent Care, and Delphos Ambulatory Care provide treatment to adults and children.
Do St. Rita's Urgent Care Centers accept insurance?
Most insurance is accepted, including Medicare/Medicaid, but you need to bring your information with you.St. Rita's Westside-Luke Urgent Care
(formerly Luke Medical)
2195 Allentown Road, Lima
8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday through SaturdaySt. Rita's Delphos Ambulatory Care Center
1800 East 5th, Delphos
8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday through SaturdaySt. Rita's Eastside Urgent Care
967 Bellefontaine Avenue, Lima
8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday
Please call ahead for Holiday Hours