Need to see a doctor, but don’t want to wait?
Sarasota Memorial offers six Urgent Care Center locations for fast and convenient access to high-quality urgent or routine medical care of patients older than 3 months*.
All Sarasota Memorial Urgent Care Centers are open 7 days a week, from 8 am – 8 pm! No appointment necessary, so stop by one today, and feel better sooner!
Know When to Go: Urgent Care versus ER
When you or your family needs urgent, non-emergency medical care, where you go really does matter.
We can provide immediate care for:
- Sprains, strains & fractures
- Eye injuries
- Lacerations & burns
- Sore throats
- Colds & flu
- Sinus infection
- Skin rashes
- Urinary problems
- School Physicals
- Sports Physicals
Your experience should be convenient, fast and easy. Our six Urgent Care Centers, located throughout Sarasota County, see most patients within 30 minutes of arrival. Save time by downloading and filling out your patient forms before you arrive: Please click here to download the Demographic and Medical History forms.
Your need for urgent care doesn’t mean you need to compromise on quality. Only Sarasota Memorial Urgent Care Centers are staffed by our own board-certified physicians who can diagnose and treat you and your family properly.
Your family matters to you, and ensuring you receive the very best care matters most to us. Find the right doctors, right away at Sarasota Memorial Urgent Care Centers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I see a doctor at an urgent care?
Patients at Sarasota Memorial’s UCCs are always treated by a team of board-certified doctors experienced with treating adults and children.
Will I have to wait long to be treated?
UCCs are less crowded than hospital ERs. Most SMH Urgent Care Center patients are seen by board-certified staff within 30 minutes of arrival.
How much does an urgent care visit cost?
Urgent care centers can provide a less costly alternative to an ER. Sarasota Memorial’s UCCs accept most major insurances and also offer self-pay prices below what you’d pay for care at an ER; however, urgent care services are not a covered benefit under Medicaid.
* Patients younger than 3 months old should be seen by their pediatrician, or in the event of an emergency, be taken to the nearest emergency room. SMH Urgent Care Centers are not ERs and do not provide emergency medical care.