Urgent Visits have relocated from the former Walk-In Care Clinic on Emerald Street to floor 1A of our Medical Center at 580 Court Street. These services are now part of Cheshire's Primary Care department. Learn more about this move >
Patients experiencing life-threatening symptoms should always proceed immediately to the closest Emergency Department or dial 911.
Call 603-354-5484 to register before you visit
Please call us for a COVID-19 screening and registration before your urgent visit.
Depending upon your needs, we may be able to care for you:
- Over the phone
- Via video
- In-person on floor 1A of the Medical Center at 580 Court Street
- In-person at our KARES unit for respiratory evaluation
We aim to save you time, give you the best care for your needs, and ensure the safety of all patients and staff. Thank you for your partnership in safety!
Treating everyday illnesses and minor injuries
Call our Urgent Visits team at 603-354-5484 to address:
- Animal bites
- Insect bites
- Minor burns
- Minor cuts and scrapes
- Minor infections
- Minor nose bleeds
- Nausea, vomiting diarrhea
- Rash and skin irritations
- Simple broken bones
- Sore throat
- Sports injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Stitches, minor surgery
- STD testing
- Urinary symptoms
Seamless connections to your providers
If you are a patient of Cheshire Medical Center, then shared records between our Urgent Visits team, your primary care team, and specialty medicine keep everyone on the same page. You can also access your medical records and contact your provider through our shared myD-H patient portal.
Urgent Visits will be available to Cheshire patients and community members who wish to establish care with a primary care provider at Cheshire or our satellite locations in Walpole and Winchester. If you don’t currently have a primary care provider, we can start the paperwork during your urgent visit. We regret, we are no longer able to offer urgent visits to people who have primary care providers not affiliated with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health.
Have more questions?
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about how urgent visits can meet your needs.