The Adult Urgent Care Center has moved. Now open on the first floor, north wing of the Outpatient Medical Center.
To better serve the needs of our community, the Adult Urgent Care Center has expanded its hours to 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., 7 days a week. If you believe you are experiencing symptoms of coronavirus, we recommend you call the Colorado Help Line at 303-389-1687. There is currently no walk-in testing available at Denver Health. We suggest that you contact your primary care provider or the NurseLine at (303) 739-1211 before seeking treatment.
To learn more about Denver Health's response to COVID-19, visit DenverHealth.org/Coronavirus.
Adult Urgent Care Center Walk-In Clinic
The Adult Urgent Care Center is located near downtown Denver, Colorado, in Denver Health's Outpatient Medical Center, providing urgent care services for those who are in need of care after business hours or who cannot be seen by their primary care physician. Our urgent care hours are 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., 7 days a week.
The Adult Urgent Care Center is designed to be an alternative to the Emergency Department when your regular provider is not available. We suggest that you contact your provider or the NurseLine at (303) 739-1211 before seeking care.
The Adult Urgent Care Center can be found on the first floor, north wing of the Outpatient Medical Center, located at 660 Bannock St. in Denver, also known as Pavilion L. You will find the entrance on the north side of 7th Avenue, clearly marked as the Adult Urgent Care Center entrance.
Urgent Care Hours
- 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., Monday - Sunday
- Holiday hours
Urgent Care Services
A few of the common non-emergent illnesses and injuries we treat include:
- Minor injuries
- Severe colds, flu and fevers
- Coughs and asthma
- Sore throats, ear aches and other respiratory problems
- Minor cuts and abrasions
- Back, joint or muscle pain
- Abdominal pain
- Skin rashes and other allergic reactions
- Gynecologic problems
Children's Urgent Care and Emergency Care
Urgent care for kids is provided at the Denver Health Downtown Urgent Care and at our Pediatric Emergency Department and Urgent Care Center, which has a separate entrance and location for specifically treating children.
If you think you are experiencing a health emergency, please call 911 or visit the emergency room immediately. Have questions about if you should go to urgent care or the emergency room? Call our 24-hour, free Nurseline at 303-739-1211.