Duke Urgent Care Croasdaile offers comprehensive medical treatments and patient care services to people in Durham and surrounding communities.
From immunizations and X-ray services to injury and wound treatment, our urgent care specialists have the experience and knowledge to accurately diagnose your symptoms and treat both common and urgent medical conditions when your primary care doctor is unavailable.
Our urgent care doctors also offer trauma treatments for minor wounds, burns, and injuries that do not require emergency medical treatment.
Examples of the broad spectrum of medical care and minor trauma treatments we offer our patients include:
In addition to providing excellent medical care, we educate our patients about their medical condition, as well as about the appropriate access and use of the health system and its health insurance coverage.
In addition, Duke Urgent Care Croasdaile offers extended office hours and select on-site laboratory and radiology services, enabling us to care for you and your family when your primary care doctor is unavailable.
For emergency medical services, we have dedicated emergency medicine and trauma centers at our hospitals that offer world-class emergency medical care.
Call 911 or drive to the nearest emergency care center whenever conditions cause severe symptoms or put your health at serious risk. The Emergency Medicine and Trauma Center at Duke University Hospital is a Level 1 Trauma Center, offering care for the most severe emergencies.
To learn more about our urgent care facilities and services, contact our Durham clinic at 919-383-4355 or visit Duke MyChart to schedule an appointment online.
Following your visit, we can arrange for your information to be linked to Duke Medicine’s network of primary and specialty care clinics if you would like to continue seeing us for your health care needs.
Patient forms are available online to make your visit to our urgent care clinic easy and convenient.
The Duke Urgent Care network of clinics offers quality urgent medical treatments to patients in the greater Triangle.