For medical emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. OHSU’s Immediate Care clinics do not provide emergency care.
We are open for in-person care by appointment only from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week. Hours vary on holidays. No walk-ins. Parking is free. At our South Waterfront clinic, parking is free with validation in patient parking areas.
Or call 503-494-1700.
Make an in-person appointment
We may call you if we have questions about your appointment.
Care we provide
OHSU Immediate Care is not meant to replace your primary care provider.
- Birth control, including birth control removal
- Help to quit tobacco
- Mole checks
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- TB skin test (tuberculosis)
- Vaccinations for children and adults
- Wart treatment and removal
- Cuts and scrapes
- Injury from minor accidents or falls
- Insect bites and stings
- Small broken bones
- Minor burns
- Sprains, strains and muscle tears
- Allergies (not life-threatening)
- Asthma (mild)
- Athlete’s foot, ringworm, jock itch or other fungal infections
- Breathing difficulty
- Cold, cough and sore throat
- Earaches, ear infections and ear wax removal
- Headaches and migraines
- Joint pain
- Nausea and vomiting
- Pinkeye and eye irritation
- Poison ivy or poison oak
- Skin rashes, irritation or infection
- Urinary tract infections
Frequently asked questions about immediate care
Do I have to schedule an appointment?
Yes. We do not take walk-ins. You can use our online scheduling tool to find an appointment that fits your schedule.
Do you treat all ages?
We treat anyone over 3 months old.
Do you take my insurance?
We take many insurance plans. Please check with your insurer for details about your coverage.
Learn more about using insurance at OHSU.
What if I don’t have health insurance?
Call us at 503-494-1700 to discuss your options.
Can I get prescriptions refilled?
We may be able to refill your medication. We’re not a pharmacy, so we can’t guarantee that we will write or refill a prescription for you.
We do not prescribe or refill controlled medications such as narcotics, benzodiazepines and stimulants. You will need to contact the provider who prescribed those.
Can I be seen for a car accident or workers’ compensation injury?
Call us at 503-494-1700 to discuss your needs.