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Walk-In Care

When you need convenient, reliable, affordable medical care, you can count on York Hospital Walk-In Care. Our team of compassionate, skilled nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses will deliver the individualized attention you deserve. Feel confident in your care knowing that your providers are supervised by board-certified physicians in emergency medicine, general medicine, and pediatrics.

Convenient care in every way

Save time by booking your appointment ahead online. Reserve your place in line and wait more comfortably at home or wherever is convenient. This service is available at the Kittery, Berwick, Sanford, and York Walk-In Care locations.

Scheduling your appointment

You can check availability and schedule appointments online for any of our convenient walk-in care locations here.

Covid vaccine and testing

We have all the latest Covid vaccine and testing information in one place. Get the latest here.

Virtual telemedicine options

When an in-person appointment isn’t necessary, we offer virtual care and telemedicine services. Learn more about York Hospital’s telemedicine options here.

Know when and where to go

When Illness or injury strikes, you need to decide where and when to get your health care. Sometimes it’s confusing to know when to go to the emergency room (think shark bite) and when urgent care would be a good option (think bug bite). We hope the guidance below helps when you need to decide: Walk-In Care vs. Emergency Care.

If your condition is life-threatening, call 911 or go to the emergency department immediately. And when you need care for a less serious problem, your primary care provider’s office or our "walk-in" care locations can help. When it isn’t an emergency, call your primary care provider’s office any time for advice. That call may save you time!

Illnesses/Injuries treated at Walk-In Care

"Walk-In" Care is a convenient option for treating minor injuries or illnesses, such as:

  • Sore throat and/or other cold/flu symptoms
  • Sinus pain
  • Back pain
  • Pain in joints or muscles
  • Headache (not severe)
  • Minor cuts/burns
  • Sprain (e.g., ankle, wrist, arm)
  • Minor intermittent abdominal pain
  • Earache
  • Minor rash
  • Constipation or diarrhea (not severe)
  • Bug bites and stings
  • Conjunctivitis, red eye, stye, itchy eye

Remember, if the "walk-in" care provider thinks you need a higher level of care, they will get you to the emergency department.

Illnesses/Injuries treated at Emergency Care

Some medical conditions are life-threatening, complex, critical or need advanced treatments that an emergency department can provide, including:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Chest pain
  • Choking
  • Unable to move or speak
  • Fainting or unconsciousness
  • Sudden confusion
  • Sudden, severe pain
  • Poisoning or overdose
  • Bleeding heavily
  • Severe burns
  • Broken bones
  • Attacked by a person/animal
  • Thoughts of harm to self/others

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York Walk-In Care

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Berwick Walk-In Care

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Kittery Walk-In Care

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Sanford Walk-In Care

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Wells Walk-In Care

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