Getting urgent care

Lemons

in Oregon and Washington

What is urgent care?

A care need that isn't an emergency but can't wait for routine (non-urgent) visits. Examples include:

  • minor injuries and cuts
  • sore throats and earaches
  • frequent or severe coughs
  • frequent urination or burning sensation when urinating

Learn more about urgent care.

Not sure what kind of care you need? Our advice nurses can help. Call:

Portland: (503) 813-2000

Vancouver: (866) 420-2244

All other areas: (800) 813-2000 or (800) 735-2900 (TTY for the hearing/speech impaired)

Search our facility directory for nearby locations.

Be sure to have your Kaiser Permanente ID card, valid identification, and co-payment.

Walk-in care

Urgent care is available seven days a week, including evenings, weekends and holidays, at the following locations:

Portland area

Beaverton Medical Office

Interstate Medical Office South

Mt. Scott Medical Office

Vancouver area

Cascade Park Medical Office

Salem area

North Lancaster Medical Office

Longview-Kelso area

Longview-Kelso Medical Office

Dental care

If you have an urgent dental care need, call our dental appointment center. Ask for an advice nurse if you're calling after hours.

More information

  • We offer interpreter services.
  • Learn about behavioral health care.
  • Reviewed by: Mehera Christian and Matt Schaeffer, October 2014

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