Minor Urgent Care

You can walk in and our warm, friendly, welcoming medical team will take care of you and your family.  We strive to ensure lower costs and short waiting times.

  • Simple Cuts, Puncture Wounds, Abscesses
  • Sprains, Strains, Fractures
  • Cold and Flu Symptoms, Ear Infections, Ear Pain, Fever, Strep, Mono, Cough
  • Rashes, Minor Burns, Insect Bites
  • X-Ray Services
  • Respiratory Conditions
  • Eye Irritation
  • Allergies
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Wart and Skintag Removal
  • Allergy Shots
  • B-12 Shots
  • Urinalysis (Potential Urinary Tract Infections, Kidney Infections or Bladder Infections)
  • Sports/Extra-Curricular Activity Physicals (Students)
  • Foster Care Physicals

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Preventing Disease and Supporting Health

Immunizations are an important part of maintaining health and protecting yourself from contagious diseases.

At Joplin Urgent Care, we offer many common adult immunizations that you need. These include:

  • TD (Tetanus and Diphtheria) *Does not include Pertussis
  • Allergy
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis A
  • Tuberculosis

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take walk-in appointments or do you have to schedule?

Yes, but we prefer patients schedule an appointment.

Do you perform sports physicals?


Do you do x-rays?


Do you see children?

We can see children, though we always recommend you take your child to their pediatrician as they specialize in pediatric needs.

Do you accept insurance?

We do not file insurance, no.  However, we can provide a detailed receipt to you at the time of your service that you may turn into your insurance company to go toward your deductible.

Is payment due at the time of service?

Yes.  We accept cash, debit cards, credit cards, and (HSA) health savings flexible spending account cards.

Can you see pregnant patients?

We can see pregnant patients for non-pregnancy related issues.  It’s important to see your OB/GYN for anything pregnancy related.

Do you do immunizations?

We can help patients with tetanus, TB, and Hep B series.

Are you a primary care provider?

We provide urgent care services, not chronic, long-term management.

Do you see patients with back injuries?

Patients with acute back injuries should see their primary care provider, a specialist, or go to the emergency department.

Can you see patients with chest pain?

Patients with acute chest pain should go to the emergency department or see his/her cardiologist as soon as possible. Please do not wait to be seen.  Chest pain can be life-threatening.

Can you help with potentials UTIs?


Do you have payment plans?