UrgiCare is an extension of St. Elizabeth’s emergency department, and services provided at this location are billed as Emergency Room services. As with all health care services, it is recommended that patients understand benefit plans and coverage.



We continue to take numerous safety precautions to protect our patients and staff during the COVID-19 crisis.

  • Patient temperatures will be taken at the door and each person will be asked additional COVID-19 related screening questions.
  • All patients and visitors MUST wear a mask upon entering the building.
  • All will be asked to social distance while in the waiting room. 

X-ray and CT scans are also available, but hours may vary due to COVID-19. Walk-in labs are not unavailable, at this time.

How To Save My Spot


HSHS St. Elizabeth's UrgiCare offers Save My Spot. Your time is precious and when you aren't feeling well, you don't want to wait in line for an appointment. Using your smartphone, tablet or computer, you can now make an online reservation for a time of your choosing at HSHS St. Elizabeth's UrgiCare. Our new on-target timing system will update you via texts, allowing you to arrive right before your appointment time.


Reserve Your Spot Now

No appointment necessary, for your convenience


HSHS St. Elizabeth’s UrgiCare provides convenient, no-appointment-necessary medical treatment to our region. We provide high-quality care for non-emergent unexpected illnesses, minor accidents and work-related injuries. Our urgent care provides an alternative to visiting the emergency room, often with shorter wait times, and is staffed by emergency-trained providers and registered nurses.

UrgiCare is intended for those with minor medical problems. Persons with serious medical problems like chest pain or major trauma should seek medical attention at the hospital’s emergency room.

Virtual visits through are available for minor medical issues or a COVID-19 assessment.

Reasons to Visit Emergency Room


•  Life-threatening circumstances
•  Chest pain
•  Difficulty breathing
•  Obvious fractures
•  Severe bleeding
•  Pregnancy complications
•  Stroke
•  Change in mental state
•  Severe pain/lacerations
•  Head injuries
•  Abdominal Pain

Hours for outpatient services available at this building

Imaging Services:

  • Computerized Tomography (CT) is a specialized form of diagnostic radiology, which is used to confirm or clarify findings from other X-ray studies. Hours: Monday-Friday by appointment only. Scheduling Information: 618-222-4639.

  • Mammograms - Full field digital mammograms offer high-resolution results and lower exposure to x-ray. Medicare does not require a physician’s prescription or referral for screening mammography. Hours: Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. by appointment only. Scheduling Information: 618-222-4639.

  • X-Rays, non-emergent - Hours: Walk-in 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week. Physician's referral needed.

Laboratory Tests

Laboratory services at this location are temporarily closed.