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Urgent Care vs ER


Thursday, Nov 24th: All Locations Closed
Friday, Nov 25th:

  • Professional Center North (Ogden): 10 AM - 5 PM
  • Cope Family Medicine (Bountiful): 10 AM - 5PM
  • All Other Locations Closed

Better Hours to Serve Your Family

Extended weekend and evening hours at our Northern Utah walk-in clinics are designed for life’s unfortunate mishaps. Shorter wait times mean you’ll have access to our team of medical professionals promptly. At Ogden Clinic, quality healthcare means going the extra mile to give you the right diagnosis, answer your questions, and set up the personalized aftercare you need.

Emergency Care Shouldn’t Cost an Arm and a Leg

The last thing you need after an emergency is an outrageous medical bill. We believe everyone should have access to high-quality Urgent Care in Northern Utah at an affordable price. You can wait hours in the emergency room and still pay through the roof. Not at Ogden Clinic — our average patient co-pay is only $50 without any hidden costs. There is never a surcharge for visiting Urgent Care at Ogden Clinic; patients pay only their office visit copayment at the time of service.

We Accept Nearly All Insurance Plans

Our outstanding insurance coverage features nearly every insurance plan including SelectHealth®, United Healthcare®, Blue Cross/Blue Shield®, Aetna®, Cigna®, Educators Mutual®, Deseret Mutual®, First Health®, Medicare®, and more. Compare and see how we specialize in champion medical care that’s close to home and far from expensive.

Urgent Care or the ER?

The Emergency Room (ER) is meant for life-threatening emergencies, which is why it’s usually staffed 24/7. The ER staff can handle trauma, surgical procedures, and other life-threatening situations. Ogden Clinic Urgent Care is not open 24 hours per day, but all of our locations have evening and weekend hours to serve your family.

Head to the ER If You experience any condition that is life-threatening or requires immediate attention, such as:

  • Allergic reactions that affect breathing or consciousness
  • Compound fracture (or a break that needs immediate surgery)
  • Chest pain
  • Deep wounds
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Mental health crisis
  • Pain, bleeding, or abnormalities during pregnancy
  • Persistent vomiting
  • Severe bleeding
  • Severe burns
  • Severe head injuries
  • Seizure
  • Traumatic injuries
  • Unconsciousness