Priority Care — TriHealth's Urgent Care Cincinnati

Care, When And Where You Need It

When searching for an urgent care in Cincinnati, you can trust TriHealth Priority Care, where — unlike some urgent care centers — there is always a connection to a physician. ( Watch Video: 60-second Explanation of Priority Care | Frequently Asked Questions).

Priority Care is Open to the Public Seven Days a Week

  • Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m .
  • *Holiday Hours 8 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Upcoming Holidays  

  • Memorial Day, Monday, May 29
  • Fourth of July, Tuesday, July 4
  • Labor Day, Monday, September 4

Priority Care Services and Treatments:

  • When in season,* flu shots are available on a walk-in basis at a price competitive with retail clinics. (nasal spray vaccine not offered)
  • Wound care/stitches
  • On-site X-rays
  • Broken bones/fracture evaluation
  • Splinting of injuries
  • Minor burn care
  • Minor sports- and work-related injuries
  • Cough, cold, asthma, flu
  • Infections such as strep, urinary, skin, respiratory/lung
  • Lab testing for these conditions on site

*2017 season flu vaccines are expected to be released by the Centers for Disease Control and available at TriHealth Priority Care locations by mid-September. Check back for confirmation of arrival date.

When to choose the ER over Urgent Care

Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department if you experience any of the following:

  • Chest pain or pressure
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Sudden or severe pain
  • Coughing or vomiting blood
  • Any loss of movement of your leg, arm or face
  • Any loss of coordination or problems with balance
  • Blackouts/loss of consciousness
  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Any new dizziness, weakness or changes in vision
  • Severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea
  • Changes in mental status, such as confusion

Click here for information about TriHealth's Emergency Departments.

Clarifications on Care

  • Priority Care is not able to fulfill walk-in orders (from other physicians) for lab testing, blood draws, X-rays, or other orders.
  • Pre-surgery physicals or administrative physical exams are not provided on-site. Contact TriHealth occupational medicine offices at 513 853 1040 for administrative physical exams, such as work physicals.

What to Expect:

  • Hours seven days a week; except Thanksgiving and Christmas
  • Walk-in urgent care, with no appointment necessary
  • Urgent care for adults and children two months and older
  • Minimal wait times
  • A doctor when your doctor isn't available or if you don't have one
  • A co-pay similar to that of a physician office
  • Follow-up communication with your TriHealth physician to best coordinate your care
  • Care consistently ranked high in patient satisfaction
  • Physicians who are all board-certified

Walk-in Care from a Doctor

Whether you need care for a child's cough on a Sunday or an X-ray for a work-related injury after-hours, TriHealth Priority Care is your urgent care answer, with walk-in services staffed by physicians and healthcare professionals.

Being part of the TriHealth system means the same radiologists who work at Bethesda and Good Samaritan hospitals will be the ones evaluating your X-rays. It means your lab work will go through high-quality processing at the TriHealth Labs. And a connected medical record means you'll have a better patient experience throughout the TriHealth system.

Video: 60-Second Explanation of Priority Care

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