Hours

Mon-Fri: 9 am - 7 pm
Sat-Sun: 9 am - 5 pm

Holidays: Polyclinic Now will be closed on New Years Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Lab and diagnostic imaging services are available onsite.

Polyclinic Now vs. Emergency Department

This chart will help you in deciding whether to visit Polyclinic Now or an Emergency Department. You should always call 911 if your illness or injury is life-threatening.

Polyclinic Now

ILLNESS/INJURY WHERE TO GO
Cold/flu Polyclinic Now
Cough and upper respiratory symptoms Polyclinic Now
Diarrhea Polyclinic Now
Ear pain or infection Polyclinic Now
Joint pain, sprains, and strains Polyclinic Now
Mild abdominal pain Polyclinic Now
Mild/moderate headaches Polyclinic Now
Minor burns,cuts, and scrapes Polyclinic Now
Minor eye irritation Polyclinic Now
Minor stitches (excluding face) Polyclinic Now
Minor skin infections Polyclinic Now
Rash and hives Polyclinic Now
Sinus pain Polyclinic Now
Sore throat Polyclinic Now
Sports physicals Polyclinic Now
STD screenings Polyclinic Now
Urinary tract infections Polyclinic Now

Emergency Department

ILLNESS/INJURY WHERE TO GO
Chest pain of cardiac cause Emergency Department
Fainting or loss of consciousness Emergency Department
Head injuries Emergency Department
Joint dislocation Emergency Department
Major injury and trauma Emergency Department
Poisoning or overdoses Emergency Department
Pregnancy complications Emergency Department
Seizures Emergency Department
Severe or uncontrollable bleeding Emergency Department
Severe pain Emergency Department
Severe shortness of breath or difficulty breathing Emergency Department
Stroke symptoms Emergency Department
Suicidal behavior Emergency Department
Uncontrollable nausea or vomiting Emergency Department
Vomiting blood Emergency Department