Urgent Care

You can’t plan for everyday illnesses or injuries. If you or a family member needs timely care and treatment for non-life-threatening conditions, rely on UNC urgent care services in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. You’ll get prompt care and treatment for common illnesses and minor injuries like colds, flu and infections at our clinics.

When to Choose Urgent Care

When your doctor isn’t available to see you, get urgent care for everyday conditions that can’t wait for treatment. We care for adults and children ages 4 months and older. Learn more about what type of care to choose—urgent or emergency care—for your symptoms or condition.

Urgent Care Clinics

Find two UNC urgent care locations – UNC Urgent Care and UNC Urgent Care at the Family Medicine Center – near you in Chapel Hill.

Urgent Care Clinic Hours

UNC Urgent Care at Carolina Pointe II in Chapel Hill is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. We’re open 364 days a year. We are closed on Christmas Day, December 25.

UNC Urgent Care at the Family Medicine Center offers walk-in care seven days a week. On weekdays you can visit us from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday, we’re open from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Urgent Care, Lab & X-Ray Services

If your urgent care doctor recommends you have a blood test or an X-ray exam to help diagnose your condition, you’ll get quick access to those services onsite.

24-Hour Urgent Care

When you face a minor illness or injury after hours, turn to virtual care via UNC Urgent Care 24/7. Get high-quality online care from a board-certified doctor, any time of the day or night without leaving your home.

Make a Reservation or Walk in for Urgent Care

Reserve your urgent care spot online at UNC Urgent Care Carolina Pointe II in Chapel Hill so you don’t have to wait in our office.

Or reserve your urgent care spot online at UNC Urgent Care at the Family Medicine Center.

Connect to UNC Virtual Urgent Care

Start your virtual urgent care visit. Connect through one of these online or telephone options:

Is This an Emergency?

If you or a loved one is experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 right away.

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