Mon-Fri 8am-8pm
Weekends 9am-6pm

Frequently Asked Questions

We're pleased to provide urgent care for non-insured patients at $125 per visit. This doesn't include additional services such as X-rays and special procedures.

If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to give us a call or send us an email.

Please click here to see a list of our participating insurances.

No. Our unique agreement with insurance carriers as an urgent care provider allows you to be treated in our office without a referral. Whether you have a PPO or HMO plan, you can feel secure knowing that your bill is being covered by your health insurance.


Yes! Not only do we care for children, but many of us are parents ourselves, with an understanding and desire to care for your children as we do our own.

Our team of physicians are all US-trained and board-certified in
 emergency medicine. We hail from some of the best hospitals in the country and have won numerous awards and distinctions over the years. We love what we do and it's our privilege to care for you and your family.

Life threatening conditions such as significant chest pain, shortness of breath, rectal bleeding, and passing out (syncope) are best treated 
in an Emergency Room at your local hospital.
Although our offices are staffed by board certified emergency medicine physicians, life-threatening emergencies require hospitalization and advanced care available only at a hospital.

An urgent care practice can supplement the services your primary care physician offers by providing a comprehensive suite of on-site services when your PCP isn't available. While your PCP cares for multiple chronic medical issues and your long-term health, we treat the problems facing you today – without the wait and without an appointment. Also, for cases where your PCP would have to send you to an ER for something non-life-threatening, we can take out much of the waiting and expense.

Palisades Urgent Care also has the ability to take digital x-rays, control nose bleeds (epistaxis), place sutures, and care for orthopedic injuries, services that many PCPs cannot provide.