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Urgent Care in Washington, IN

Daviess Community Hospital Quick Care

Quick Care is a valuable alternative to primary care when you are dealing with illness or injury and your regular physician is unable to see you in a timely manner. Keep in mind that urgent care is not emergency care. If you are dealing with a life-threatening condition, your best option is to call 911 for an ambulance or visit our Emergency Department.

At the Quick Care Clinic, we treat patients the same day they arrive and there is no need for you to check our schedule— we will make time for you. We understand how it’s not always easy to schedule an appointment with your primary care physician, which is why the DCH Quick Care Clinic is available to treat any of your non-life-threatening urgent care needs. You do not even need to call us to book an appointment, simply walk into the clinic and can sign in, and our skilled providers will meet with your promptly.

At the Quick Care Clinic, we commonly treat:

Colds ,Ear infections, Sore throats, Bronchitis, Fever, Nausea and vomiting, Urinary tract infections (UTIs), Sprains, Cuts and Minor skin irritations.

We have lab and x-ray available on-site.

COVID TESTING at Quick Care Instructions:

  • Go directly to DCH Quick Care, located at 1805 South State Road 57 in
    Washington (next to Walmart)
  • Please park in the front of the building and STAY IN YOUR CAR UPON ARRIVAL.
  • Call the receptionist at 812-254-7845. Have your insurance card readily available if you have one and let the staff know if your COVID test was ordered or not. There will be NO CO-PAY at the time of your appointment (you will receive a bill later for self/Private-pay)
  • A nurse will call you back when they are ready for testing.

We are conveniently located on the East Side of Washington’s Wal-Mart Supercenter. Call us at 812-254-7845 (QUIK) for further information – no appointments necessary.

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