Urgent care clinics in Silicon Valley
Regional Medical Center of San Jose is proud to be part of a hospital network that provides several urgent care locations throughout our community. Our CareNow® Urgent Care locations provide more ways for members of the San Jose community to access top-quality healthcare.
Our urgent care clinics provide same-day care when you need medical attention quickly but not a trip to the emergency room (ER). Many of our clinics also offer extended business hours to meet the needs of patients who are unable to visit during the workday.
You can use our Web-Check In® tool to plan your visit to one of our CareNow® locations in north San Jose or Milpitas.
Urgent care services
Our urgent care centers are here when you need care fast. We offer healthcare tailored to your schedule, so you always have access to top-quality medical care.
In addition to treating minor injuries and illnesses, we also provide services, such as:
- On-site laboratory testing
- Sports physicals
- X-ray imaging
ER versus urgent care
Sometimes it is hard to know what level of care you need. Does your condition require a visit to the ER or can it be treated at a CareNow® Urgent Care? See our guide below.
Remember, if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately.
When to go to the nearest ER:
If you experience any of the following, we recommend going to your closest ER:
- Blood in stool
- Broken bones
- Coughing or throwing up blood
- Deep wounds with heavy bleeding
- Diarrhea that can lead to dehydration
- Dizziness and/or confusion
- Head injuries, including concussions
- High fever
- Severe allergic reactions
- Severe burns
- Severe headache
- Suspected poisoning or drug or alcohol overdose
- Suspected heart attack or stroke
- Trouble breathing
- Uncontrolled nausea
When to visit a CareNow® Urgent Care
Our clinics provide care for conditions such as:
- Bites, stings, poison ivy, hives and rashes
- Cold, flu, earaches, sore throat and fever
- Cuts and scrapes that may need stitches
- Sprains, strains and simple bone and joint injuries
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs)