The Urgent Care Walk-In Clinic provides care for acute illnesses and injuries when your regular primary care provider is not available and when immediate, but non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries occur.
Top 9 Reasons for an Urgent Care Visit
Cold and flu. The top reason for urgent care visits is upper respiratory infections, which most commonly means a cold or the flu
Sprains and strains
Urinary Tract infections (UTI)
Pink eye (Conjunctivitis)
Rashes and insect bites
This clinic functions as the other clinics within Greater Regional Health. Typically, two providers are working between the hours of 7 am to 7 pm to care for your urgent needs. During high volume days/sick season (October through March), our time slot process helps to ensure high-quality patient care while seeing the maximum number of patients our clinic can treat.
Our time slot process is done during high patient volume times to ensure we are seeing patients within the maximum number of patients in a day, and to give our patients clear communication on when they can expect to be seen. Once you arrive at Urgent Care, the front desk registration will give you the next available time that an Urgent Care provider can see you. This allows you, the patient, to have an option of sitting in the waiting room if the time is not too long or provides you an opportunity to go home and rest until it is your time to be seen.
Watch the below video for a more in-depth look at the Urgent Care process.
At Greater Regional Health, our mission is to provide access to care. With this mission, we are now excited to offer an additional opportunity to be treated the same day. Click here for more information.
While we know your schedule is busy, we also offer an option to reserve a spot for you to be seen that works best for you. Below is our new feature, On My Way, where you as the patient can choose the time, you would like to be seen. The options below reflect the openings for the day and as the day goes on. This is an additional way you can make sure you are getting seen on your time and your way.
To reserve a time slot, use the chart below.
Primary Care and Same-Day Sick clinic is available by appointment. Not an established patient of Greater Regional Health? Click here to get started.
Sarah Carter, ARNP
Joseph Sawhill, ARNP
Kristen Collier, ARNP, FNP-C
Jessica Crandall, ARNP
Amanda Dahlstrom, ARNP
Emily James, ARNP
Bailley Kralik, ARNP
Chanda Moreland, ARNP
Tessa Sandel, FNP-B
1700 W. Townline St
Creston, IA 50801
7 a.m.- 7 p.m
* May be closed 1-2 p.m. on high volume days. Please call ahead during that hour to assure clinic is open.
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
8 a.m.- 2 p.m.