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Welcome to Urgent Care

When you need to be seen now for a non-emergent need, our goal is to get you back on your way as quickly as possible. As an integrated complement to your relationship with your primary care provider, Northwestern Urgent Care offers access to exceptional care during evening hours, on weekends, and when your primary care provider is not available.

Here’s how to make your Urgent Care visit easier:

  1. Reserve your spot in line by clicking the reservation link above for either the Georgia or St. Albans location.
  2. If the “reserved” slots are filled, Urgent Care can still take walk-ins. 
  3. When both the “reserved” slots are filled and the walk-in patient load exceeds our capacity, the Clockwise reservation site will indicate that we are unable to accept more walk-ins. 

NOTE: Emergencies or patients with severe symptoms will be prioritized and may change your estimated wait time.

Important Notes about Services:

  • X-Ray services and routine, outpatient blood draws are not available at the Georgia Urgent Care location at this time.
  • Routine outpatient blood draws must be done at the NMC Outpatient Lab in St. Albans. Please call 802-524-1070 to schedule a lab appointment.
  • You will still have to wait in line to register for your visit. Scheduling your visit only pre-determines the time slot to be seen by a provider.
  • You can visit Urgent Care without pre-scheduling your visit based on the expected wait times. Know that anyone who does schedule a visit will be given priority.
  • Northwestern Urgent Care no longer offers COVID-19 vaccination or testing. Please contact your primary care provider or see the Vermont Department of Health website for up to date information on testing and vaccination options.

Remember: If you’re having chest or abdominal pain, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department.


Visit Urgent Care for:

  • Respiratory illnesses (including COVID)
  • Sore throat
  • Rashes
  • Fevers
  • Eye and ear infections
  • Allergies/asthma
  • Sprains/strains/broken bones
  • Stitches
  • Minor burns
  • Skin infections
  • Animal & tick bites
  • Initial work injury evaluation
  • STD/STI infections
  • Urinary tract infections


Urgent Care Health Center locations

Northwestern Urgent Care—St. Albans

133 Fairfield St.

Medical Office Building, St. Albans, VT 05478

Free parking on campus

Directions »

(802) 524-8911 x2

NMC Georgia Urgent Care Health Center in Georgia, Vermont 

PLEASE NOTE: No X-Ray Services currently available here. Also, routine outpatient blood draws are not being performed in Georgia at this time. 

Northwestern Urgent Care—Georgia

Located off exit 18

927 Ethan Allen Highway Georgia, VT 05468

Free parking

Directions »

(802) 524-8911 x1


Urgent Care Health Center hours

St. Albans, Vermont

Monday—Friday: 8 am–8 pm

Saturday: 8 am–5 pm

Sunday: 9 am–3 pm

(802) 524-8911 x2

Georgia, Vermont

Monday—Friday: 8 am–7 pm

Saturday: 8 am–5 pm

Sunday: Closed

(802) 524-8911 x1


Right care. Right place.

Find yourself using Urgent Care often? Still haven’t had time to establish a Primary Care Provider? By joining one of our primary care offices you will have a team dedicated to your health. This relationship is key to getting the best possible collaborative care at each NMC visit.

Don’t forget to consider the advantages of Primary Care vs. Urgent Care. Generally there is lower co-pay for primary care visits and an on-going provider-patient relationship leads to better care. Plus, time sensitive visits are available for more pressing concerns. We believe receiving the right care in the right place can help save you both time and money, and lead to a healthier community.


What is a life threatening condition?

The Emergency Department is ready and standing by for life threatening medical emergencies. Life threatening symptoms can include:

  • Heart attack or stroke
  • Chest pain
  • Shortness of breath
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Head injury or other major trauma
  • Major burns
  • One-sided weakness/numbness
  • Open fractures
  • Severe bleeding
  • Intense pain
  • Poisoning
  • Suspected overdose