No appointment is necessary. Walk-ins are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please bring your insurance card and contact information for other providers currently involved in your care, such as primary care providers and outpatient behavioral health providers.
If you take medication, please have names and dosages available.
All major insurance plans are accepted.
Will medication be started during my visit?
Medication may be started when indicated and all necessary information to start medication is available.
Will you provide me with a written evaluation?
The clinician evaluating you will document the assessment in your medical record. The record can be requested by filling out a release form and obtaining a copy from the medical records department.
Can any additional documentation or forms be completed?
Our center cannot complete any forms or provide any additional documentation beyond the medical record.
Behavioral Health Urgent Care cannot provide ongoing behavioral health treatment, and we cannot perform medical assessment, physical exam and diagnostic tests. Adults requiring a higher level of care than can be provided by our center may can be easily transferred to the Providence Regional Medical Center emergency department, located in the same building.