To help our community prepare for a possible increase in patients with symptoms of respiratory illness, Urgent Care – Westchester has expanded services to serve as a temporary respiratory symptom clinic while continuing care for patients who regularly receive care at Urgent Care – Westchester.
People with symptoms of respiratory illness should first call their primary care provider for a telephone screening to determine whether they need to be seen in person at the respiratory symptom clinic.
Urgent Care - Westchester is equipped to treat minor illnesses and injuries.
Our physicians and health care providers offer the following services to patients ages 2 and up:
- General illnesses including: Sore throats, earaches, colds/flu, fever and upset stomach
- Sprains and strains
- Broken bones
- Minor lacerations and burn care
- Allergic reactions (non-life threatening)
- Rash or skin irritations
- Seasonal allergies
- Simple foreign body removal
- Animal/insect bites
- On-site Labs
Urgent care is also a resource for flu shots and sports physicals. We are located inside the Westchester Building (second floor) off of Westchester Drive in High Point.
Learn about when to go to the emergency department instead of an urgent/convenience care clinic. When in doubt, call ahead. If we can’t accommodate your condition, we will advise you to go to the nearest emergency facility.