Reading Health System provides walk-in care without an appointment for minor illnesses and injuries such as but not limited to: cold, flu, sinus infection, allergies, sore throat, urinary tract infection, minor lacerations, pink eye, minor sprains or strains, back pain, migraine, flu shots and other immunizations. Urgent Care and QuickCare locations also offer physical exams for many purposes, but some restrictions apply. Please call your location of choice for more information.
- QuickCare provides care for two years of age and older.
- Urgent Care treats all ages.
- Urgent Care offers general x-ray for possible fractures.
Reading Health QuickCare and Urgent Care should only be used for minor conditions that do not pose an immediate, serious health threat. Visit Reading Hospital Emergency Department for serious illnesses or injuries. Always call 911 if you are experiencing chest pain, abdominal pain, or have sustained multiple injuries. Life-saving care can then begin in your home and continue on your way to Reading Hospital.
Do you need to go to the Emergency Department, Urgent Care or QuickCare? Download the Know Where to Go guide here [PDF].