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Because No Concern is too Small

If you become ill with a cold or flu, rash or symptoms of acute illness, or you have a minor injury, it is best for you to come to see your primary care doctor than go to the emergency room.

“Walk-In” Urgent Care Hours

BCHC patients may come during “Walk-In” Urgent Care hours at 838 Penn Street without appointment for those acute, “quick sick” problems.


Monday – Thursday: 6 – 9 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 1 pm

These visits are not used for routine visits or prescription refills.

Of course, if you have serious or life-threatening symptoms (chest pain, shortness of breath, unusual abdominal pain, serious injuries, or stroke symptoms) you should call 911 to go to the nearest emergency room.

Some reasons you would come to Walk-In Urgent Care
  • Symptoms of cold, allergies, sinus infections like stuffy nose, sore throat
  • Flu or viral symptoms like diarrhea, upset stomach, vomiting
  • Ear pain or infection
  • Eye infection, pain or irritation, “pink eye”
  • Poison ivy, other rashes or hives
  • Minor cuts, scrapes or bruises
  • Minor muscle pulls or injury during sports activities
  • Headaches or migraines