HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Highland has announced the closure of their PrimeCare walk-in clinic. Growing volumes in the hospital’s emergency department and the need for patient beds has led to this decision. The clinic’s last day of service will be Thursday, November 17. 

HSHS Medical Group, Inc. is evaluating a solution to have a walk-in option within the Highland community. 

“We, along with many hospitals across the country, are seeing a higher number of critically ill patients in our emergency department than ever before,” shared Teresa Cornelius, chief nursing officer. “Currently, our PrimeCare clinic shares space with the emergency department, and we often need that space for our emergent patients. To ensure our emergency department can see patients efficiently, we have decided to close the walk-in clinic.”

“We want to remind the community, that in any emergency, please do not hesitate to come to our emergency room or dial 9-1-1. We are here and ready to serve you with high-quality, compassionate care,” added Cornelius. 

If you are not in an emergency situation and you need to be seen by a health care provider, HSHS offers the following options to be seen by a provider without a prior appointment.

Clinton County Rural Health Breese Walk-in Clinic
9401 Holy Cross Lane | Breese, IL 
St. Joseph’s Hospital campus 
Ph: 618-526-7271 
Monday – Friday | 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Saturday | 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
*Billed as a primary care office visit.

HSHS Holy Family Health Center Walk-in Clinic
201 Health Care Drive | Greenville, IL 
Ph: 618-664-1380 
Monday – Friday | 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
Saturday | 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
*Billed as a primary care office visit.

St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Convenient Care 
1512 N. Green Mount Road | O’Fallon, Illinois 
Ph: 618-624-3750 | Fax: 618-212-9025 
Sunday – Saturday | 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
*Billed as an outpatient hospital visit. 

Virtual Visit through AnytimeCare.com 
Online Urgent Care Visit: $49 
This service provides you with the ability to speak to doctors and health care providers on your terms – from home, work or anywhere you need care. Through Anytime Care, providers can answer your questions, make a diagnosis and even prescribe medications, if necessary. You will typically be contacted within 30 minutes, and often in less than 15 minutes. 

If you’d like to schedule an appointment with an HSHS Medical Group primary care physician or provider, call Patient Advocate Kim Schneider at 844-520-8897. To learn more about HSHS Medical Group, visit hshsmedicalgroup.org.
 

Media Contact

Ashley Gramann


HSHS Illinois
Office: 618-651-2588 or x12588
Ashley.Gramann@hshs.org

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