Convenient Care in Northeast Ohio
For patients experiencing respiratory symptoms, such as a cough, fever or shortness of breath, we recommend that you visit a UH Fever Clinic or UH Urgent Care. It’s highly recommended that you schedule your appointment online.
When you arrive, a health care provider will confirm your medical history, perform a physical exam if needed and obtain samples for lab tests, which may include a nasal swab to test for COVID-19. Please note University Hospitals will not test patients for COVID-19 who are asymptomatic.
At University Hospitals, we understand that illness and minor injuries can happen at any time. That’s why we have opened UH Convenient Care clinics at locations throughout Northeast Ohio – affordable, walk-in care clinics for non-urgent health needs, with no appointment needed. UH Convenient Care is an easy alternative for when your doctor is not available, or you don’t have time to schedule an appointment.
Why Choose Us
UH Convenient Care offers quality care close to home.
- Convenient hours including evenings and weekends at most locations
- No appointment necessary
- Low copays – similar to a primary care office visit
- Accept all major insurance plans
- Care for the whole family – newborns to seniors
- Immediate access to UH specialists and hospitals
- Online health records through MyUHCare
Common Symptoms Treated
UH Convenient Care clinics treat the following symptoms and conditions:
- Allergies, except severe reactions
- Coughs, colds and sore throats
- Ear infections
- Fever and flu-like symptoms
- Minor burns and rashes
- Pink eye
- Skin irritation
- Sinus infections
- Urinary tract infections (UTI)
Accepts All Major Insurance Plans
We work with all major medical insurance providers, including Medical Mutual of Ohio (MMO) SuperMed, to deliver affordable medical care every day. Co-pays, deductibles and items not covered by insurance are paid at the time of your visit. Cash, check, debit and credit cards are accepted.
Understand Your Choices for Care
In the event of a life-threatening emergency, patients should call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest emergency department immediately. If your medical condition isn’t life-threatening, a visit to a UH Urgent Care may be more appropriate. Or, maybe your primary care doctor can fit you in that day. Perhaps, you can take advantage of our newest option – UH Virtual Visit.