Same-day health care in Salem and Woodburn.

Salem Health Urgent Care

When you need same-day care for illnesses and injuries, trust Salem Health Urgent Care in Salem and Woodburn.

 

Make a same-day, appointment at the Salem Health Urgent Care office for:

  • Minor breathing problems
  • Ear infections, earaches, lodged foreign objects and wax buildup
  • Pink eye, red eye or sties
  • Migraines and headaches
  • Sprains, strains or broken bones
  • Skin rashes, minor burns, cuts/scrapes, bites, and abscesses/boils
  • Stomach and digestion problems
  • Urinary system problems
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • New work injuries (workers’ compensation)
  • Physical exams for school and sports
  • Minor motor vehicle accidents (initial visit only)

 

 

Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room if you have life-threatening symptoms.

 

Life-threatening symptoms may include:

• Trouble breathing• Severe abdominal pain
• Loss of consciousness• Chest pain or pressure
• Major trauma• Stroke
• Head injury• Uncontrollable bleeding
• Altered mental state• Suicidal thoughts or actions
• Sudden loss of vision• Broken bones

 

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Visit salemhealth.org/emergency for more information.

 

 

Urgent care locations

* Salem Health Urgent Care
1002 Bellevue St. SE
Salem , Oregon   97301  
503-561-5554
Hours:
Weekdays 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Weekends 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Services
Urgent care

Providers

  • Enrique Barrera, FNP
    Family Medicine
  • Ashley Barth, FNP
    Family Medicine
  • Jack Buchanan, MD
    Family Medicine
  • Kendall Christensen, FNP
    Family Medicine
* Salem Health Medical Clinic – Woodburn
105 Arney Road, Suite 130
Woodburn , Oregon   97071  
503-902-3900
Hours:
Monday–Saturday — 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday — CLOSED

Laboratory hours:
Monday–Friday — 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday — CLOSED
Sunday — CLOSED

Services
Family medicine
Imaging
Lab services
Physical therapy
Urgent care
Women's services

Providers

  • Darci Hansen, MD
    Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Casey Hazenberg, FNP
    Family Medicine
  • David Lee, MD
    Family Medicine

 

What makes us different?

Call-ahead appointments, online scheduling and virtual visits

One of the biggest benefits is the option to schedule a convenient, same-day appointment. That way, you can relax at home instead of waiting in our reception area until it’s your turn to see a medical provider.

To make your wait as short as possible, please bring your insurance information and ID with you to your appointment.

*Please note*

We are unable to see patients under the age of 3 months.
We do not offer intravenous (IV) fluids or medications.
We do not have narcotic medications on site.

 

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Virtual urgent care

Virtual urgent care lets you stay home and still receive medical advice from a Salem Health Urgent Care provider. A MyChart account is required.

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Video visits

Connect with an urgent care provider on a secure video call using your smartphone or video-enabled device. All urgent care video visits are same-day appointments.

Costs vary depending on your insurance.

 

Schedule a video visit

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E-visits

Fill out a questionnaire for a Salem Health Urgent Care provider to review. Submit your e-visit questionnaire by 3 p.m. Monday–Friday and get a response within four hours. E-visits submitted after 3 p.m. may be responded to on the following business day.

Costs vary depending on your insurance.

 

Start an e-visit

 

Virtual care is also available with many of our primary care providers.

 

Learn more about virtual primary care

 

 

Frequently asked questions

If you are thinking about coming into one of our urgent care clinics, you may have questions. The most frequently asked questions we hear are listed below. If your question is not addressed below, please give us a call. 503-814-5554

Urgent Care FAQs

Billing
Insurance
Lab tests and X-rays
Prescriptions

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