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Urgent Care

Professional & Quality Care

At Urgent Care of Nebraska, we are dedicated to offering professional and quality care for you and your whole family. Our clinics operate on a walk-in basis—and are open seven days a week—so you can be confident that we’ll be here when you need us.

Our experienced staff has years of experience diagnosing and treating common illnesses and injuries, from Pediatrics to Geriatrics and every age in between.

Urgent Car Services provided by Urgent Care of Nebraska

Due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic we are experiencing longer than usual wait times. Please feel free to call ahead to hear the current wait time status.

Our Urgent Care Services include:

On-site lab and x-ray for rapid diagnosis & treatment of sprains, fractures, lacerations and illness.

Access to full-service labs when more sophisticated testing is necessary.

Access to CT, MRI, Ultrasound & other imaging as needed.

Referral to CT, MRI, Ultrasound & other imaging as needed.

If you have chest pain or other reason to believe you may be having a heart attack or another life-threatening event call 911. You may need to be seen and evaluated at an Emergency Room!

We’re here for you

Our clinics provide prompt, high-quality treatment, providing you the opportunity to receive hospital-quality care without the emergency room wait time for non-life-threatening issues.

Urgent Care of Nebraska clinics are equipped to treat all urgent, non life-threatening medical needs including, but not limited to:

Abdominal Pain


Asthma Attacks

Back & Shoulder Pain


Bug Bites

Bumps & Bruises

Cold & Flu Symptoms

Cough & Congestion

Cuts & Lacerations

Ear Aches



Ingrown Nails

Job Injuries

Joint & Muscle Pain


Minor Broken Bones

Minor Eye Injuries / Irritation

Painful Urination

Sinus Infection

Skin Rashes without Fever

Small Cuts Requiring Stitches

Sprains & Strains

Sore / Strep Throat

Vomiting & Diarrhea

Urgent Care or Emergency Room?

More than half of visits to the emergency room are for non-emergencies.

Below is a helpful guide that can help:

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Abdominal Pain


Small Cuts & Lacerations

Minor Burns & Bruises

Minor Broken Bones


Cough & Croup

Cold & Flu Symptoms

Muscle & Joint Pain

Vomiting or Diarrhea

Sore / Strep Throat

Skin Rashes without Fever

Painful Urination or UTI

Ear Aches

Eye Irritation or Pink Eye

Emergency Room

Abdominal Pain (Severe or with Pregnancy)

Difficulty Breathing

Large Open Wounds (non-stop bleeding)

Serious Burns

Compound Fractures

Car Accidents

High Fever

Coughing Up Blood

Fainting and/or Loss of Consciousness

Convulsions or Seizures


Drug Overdose

Suspected Heart Attack / Stroke

Pregnancy Related Problems

Serious Head/Neck/Eye/Back Injury

Intestinal Bleeding

Severe Chest Pain