Urgent Care - Wilton

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Urgent Care–Wilton Services

Urgent Care–Wilton is Urgent Care and more. No appointment needed. We are open Monday - Friday 7 AM to 7 PM, Saturday 9 AM to 7 PM, Sunday 9 AM to 5 PM . We also offer outpatient services which include Lab Tests and Imaging Services.

URGENT CARE

We offer a broad scope of services, with an emphasis on injuries and illness, including coughs, colds, bumps, bruises, asthma, allergic reactions, and more.


LAB TESTS

Our lab services include blood work, glucose and cholesterol screening, urinalysis, microbiology tests for bacteria, viruses and other organisms.


IMAGING/ X-Ray

Urgent Care–Wilton offers state-of-the-art medical imaging services right on-site, including Diagnostic X-ray, CT Scan, MRI, and Ultrasound.


WILTON DIRECT

At Urgent Care–Wilton, you can call 518-580-2224 to schedule an in-person or telehealth appointment between 11AM-5PM.*


SARATOGA HOSPITAL MEDICAL GROUP

When you come to Urgent Care–Wilton, you’re opening the door to Saratoga Hospital and the Saratoga Hospital Medical Group, with 27 specialty practices and over 200 providers.


CONTACT US

Contact us to request Doctor Notes,  Medical Records, or for general questions. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 now!


Urgent Care-Wilton FAQs
  • 1.

    What conditions does Urgent Care-Wilton treat?
    Urgent Care-Wilton treats non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. Common types of conditions treated include: Sprains and fractures; Stomach pain, vomiting, or diarrhea; Earaches; Fever; Minor eye injuries, infections, or irritation; Rashes and minor burns; Urinary tract infections; Wounds and lacerations.
  • 2.

    What should I bring with me?
    You will need to bring your insurance card and a photo ID.
  • 3.

    Can I get a flu shot?
    Yes, we offer walk-in flu shot services.
  • 4.

    Can I get a physical?
    We accept walk-in physicals and provide necessary documents for school, sports, camp, and work.
  • 5.

    When should I go to the hospital?
    If you believe that you or a loved one is experiencing a potentially life-threatening medical issue, you should call 911. But for nearly any other problem, come to Urgent Care - Wilton where our highly trained staff is waiting to assist you 365 days a year.
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