(BREESE, IL) – HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Breese and HSHS Medical Group providers offer two convenient locations in Carlyle and New Baden for the treatment of minor illnesses and injuries. The locations are the Immediate Care clinic at Route 127 North in Carlyle and the Health Center at 211 East Hanover in New Baden.
Both the Immediate Care clinic and Health Center treat non-emergency illnesses and injuries on a walk-in basis.  The clinics are staffed by HSHS Medical Group providers who will be available on weekdays and weekends for patients whose primary care provider is unable to see them. If a patient does not have a primary care provider, staff will provide assistance to patients in selecting one.
In addition to housing the walk-in clinics, both locations will also offer laboratory and imaging services for patients who have a doctor’s order for outpatient testing.  The hours for these services are the same as the clinic hours.
Below is information about both walk-in clinic locations, with new hours:
Immediate Care – Route 127 North, Carlyle
Phone: (618) 594-4949
            Hours of Operation:    7 a.m.–5 p.m. | 7 days per week
                                                9 a.m.–2 p.m. | Holidays
Additional Services:

  • Lab and X-ray

  • Physical Therapy hours by appointment

Health Center – 211 East Hanover, New Baden
Phone: (618) 588-7000
Hours of Operation:    7 a.m.–5 p.m.  |  Monday – Friday
                                                7 a.m.–2 p.m. | Saturdays
                                                Closed Sundays and Holidays
Additional Services:

  • Lab and X-ray

  • Physical Therapy appointments are available with a provider’s referral. Call (618) 588-7000 to schedule a physical therapy appointment.

One way to determine whether you should seek care at one of these walk-in clinics instead of the Emergency department is if your sudden illness or injury is something you would normally discuss with your primary care physician if their office was open.  If it is, then going to a walk-in clinic would be appropriate.
Some of the common types of illness and injuries that can be treated at one of these walk-in clinics include:

  • Allergies (seasonal)

  • Mild to moderate asthma

  • Cold and flu symptoms

  • Broken fingers and toes

  • Minor cuts

  • Earaches

  • Eye infections

  • Fevers

  • Headaches

  • Rashes and minor burns

  • Sinus infections

  • Other minor infections

  • Sore throats and coughs

  • Sprains and strains

  • Urinary tract infections

  • Vomiting and diarrhea

To learn more about how to determine if your illness or injury can be treated in one of these two walk-in clinics offered by HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital, visit stjoebreese.com/walkinclinics

Media Contact

Ashley Gramann

Manager, Communications
HSHS Illinois
Office: (618) 526-5439

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