We've Moved! Come see us at Northgate Plaza starting August 28, 2017.

Polyclinic Now is not intended for emergencies but may be appropriate for immediate illnesses and injuries.

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.

ILLNESS/INJURY WHERE TO GO
Abdominal pain Polyclinic Now
Acne Polyclinic Now
Allergic reaction Polyclinic Now
Antibiotics Polyclinic Now
Asthma Polyclinic Now
Back/neck/shoulder pain Polyclinic Now
Bladder infection Polyclinic Now
Blood in urine Polyclinic Now
Bronchitis Polyclinic Now
Burns (if minor) Polyclinic Now
Bursitis Polyclinic Now
Carpal tunnel syndrome Polyclinic Now
Cast problems Emergency Department
Chest pain Emergency Department
Concussion Emergency Department
Contraception Polyclinic Now
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Polyclinic Now
Cough and cold Polyclinic Now
Diarrhea Polyclinic Now
Discharge Polyclinic Now
Dizziness Polyclinic Now
Ear cleaning Polyclinic Now
Ear infections Polyclinic Now
Ear pain Polyclinic Now
Eye pain Polyclinic Now
Fainting Polyclinic Now
Fever Polyclinic Now
Flu Shot Polyclinic Now
Foot pain Polyclinic Now
Gout (acute) Polyclinic Now
Hair loss Polyclinic Now
Head trauma (minor) Polyclinic Now
Headaches Polyclinic Now
Hearing Loss Polyclinic Now
Hemorrhoids Polyclinic Now
High blood pressure Polyclinic Now
Hives Polyclinic Now
Incision and drainage Polyclinic Now
Incontinence Polyclinic Now
Insect bites Polyclinic Now
Itchy eyes Polyclinic Now
IUD removal Polyclinic Now
Jaw pain with exertion Emergency Department
Joint injuries Polyclinic Now
Joint pain or swelling Polyclinic Now
Laryngitis Polyclinic Now
Leg swelling Polyclinic Now
Lip/mouth sores Polyclinic Now
Migraines Polyclinic Now
MVA (minor) Polyclinic Now
Muscle spasms Polyclinic Now
Nausea and vomiting Polyclinic Now
Numbness Polyclinic Now
Pelvic exam Polyclinic Now
Pneumonia Polyclinic Now
Poisoning Emergency Department
Rash Polyclinic Now
Rectal bleeding Polyclinic Now
Red eyes Polyclinic Now
Reflux Polyclinic Now
Respiratory infection Polyclinic Now
Seizures Emergency Department
Sexually Transmitted Disease (STH) Polyclinic Now
Shock Emergency Department
Sinusitis, sinus pain or pressure Polyclinic Now
Skin change concerns Polyclinic Now
Skin infections Polyclinic Now
Splinting Polyclinic Now
Sports physicals Polyclinic Now
Sprains and strains Polyclinic Now
Stitches/suturing Polyclinic Now
Stomach pain (severe) Emergency Department
Strep throat Polyclinic Now
Stroke-like symptoms Emergency Department
Swallowed object Emergency Department
Urine testing Polyclinic Now
Vaccines (no HIB) Polyclinic Now
Vomiting blood Emergency Department
Wart removal Polyclinic Now