Get virtual care now for a rash, urinary tract infection, gastrointestinal distress, or sinusitis.
UHS Walk-In Centers provide you and your family with minor, immediate care. With no appointment necessary, you can expect quality medical attention at your convenience. The providers at UHS Walk-In Centers diagnose and treat a broad range of medical problems such as cuts, coughs, fevers, flu, ear infections and vomiting.
UHS Walk-In Center Robinson Street is temporarily closed.
Virtual Walk-In vs. Walk-In/Primary Care vs. Emergency Room
Students: The Virtual Way to Skip the Waiting Room
College students are reminded that a virtual medical visit is the best way to avoid being out and about among others more than you have to.
The virtual health option offered by UHS will limit your exposure to COVID-19.
During the pandemic, UHS clinicians are taking extra measures to ensure a clean environment and prevent exposure to the virus. When it's necessary for you to receive care at our walk-in centers in person, we are open, sanitized and safe.
In addition, our Virtual Walk-In service is open online daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. as a convenient first step in seeking care.
If an in-person visit is recommended for one of our Walk-In locations, we ask that you reserve a time using the online reservation tool. Please come alone if at all possible. If you do require assistance, please limit this to one additional person only. Do not bring a guest who is not feeling well, and someone over age 65 shouldn't come with you if at all possible.
Masks are required to be worn by everyone in our locations across the Southern Tier; this includes our staff and patients. Practice social distancing, staying at least six feet away from others and maintaining a safe distance away from the receptionist's window.
Use hand sanitizer from one of our convenient dispensers and wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water when you can.
We understand that these rules aren't easy or welcome, but we must comply with federal, state and county directives and we want to ensure the highest possible level of safety for everyone.
- If you develop a fever with symptoms of respiratory illness, such as a cough or shortness of breath, within 14 days after recent travel, or within 14 days of contact with someone who is showing symptoms, contact your primary care provider immediately.
- If you have a medical emergency, call 911 at once. Never delay in-person care if you are struggling to breathe.
Norwich location now open!
UHS Walk-In - Norwich, located at UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital, is now seeing patients.Learn More >
UHS Grill Days: Help every Broome County resident have a Full PlateJune 24, 2022
Outreach to those in need in the community is part of UHS’ mission as a not-for-profit healthcare system, and participation in United Way’s Full Plate Project is one important way our organization is helping those who have food insecurity.
Find UHS on the app store!June 21, 2022
The new UHS mobile app helps you manage your health care so you can focus on what is most important for you and your family.
Life saved in Pharmacy by CPR Heroes’ quick actionJune 20, 2022
Quick action by members of the UHS Hospitals Pharmacy team is being credited with saving the life of a construction worker who collapsed while on the job June 10 at the in-hospital Pharmacy at UHS Binghamton General Hospital.
Donating blood is a lifesaving actJune 19, 2022
If you’re comfortable attending in-person events again, one kind of event that you might want to consider is a blood drive! This can be a great way for you to do your part to save lives—up to three lives, as a matter of fact, with every donation.