From sniffles to broken bones, our walk-in… - Wyoming Medical Center

From sniffles to broken bones, our walk-in options have you covered

Apr 18, 2022

There’s never a good time for a medical mishap. Whether you're suffering from a virus or a broken bone, you need expert care right away – not when it’s convenient for a doctor to see you.

Our team of medical providers is ready to care for you when you need it, at a location close to where you are. Our walk-in and same-day options are available for all levels of medical need. As an affiliate of Wyoming Medical Center, our clinics provide high-quality care with a direct link to the advanced medical services available in Casper.

Sports physicals are offered at all our walk-in clinics for $40. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance accepted.

Sage Primary Care Walk-in in Central Casper

The Sage Primary Care Walk-in Clinic is open and accepting patients from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

Go to Sage walk-in for:

  • Sinus or ear infections
  • Minor cuts and burns
  • Urinary tract and other minor infections
  • Rashes
  • Same-day, walk-in lab services
  • Sports physicals

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Immediate Care in West Casper

In 2015, Immediate Care opened in west Casper to serve one of the fastest-growing residential areas in Natrona County. It offers X-rays, splinting and drug testing on site and is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day.

Go to Immediate Care for:

  • Minor sprains or broken bones
  • Splinting
  • Sinus or ear infections
  • Minor cuts and burns
  • Urinary tract and other minor infections
  • Rashes
  • X-rays (offered only at Immediate Care)
  • Sports physicals

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Medical emergencies

In a medical emergency, always call 911 or report to the Wyoming Medical Center Emergency Room, 1233 E. Second St. Seek emergency attention for chest pain, trouble breathing, sudden severe pain of the head or stomach, head or back injuries, bleeding or vomiting that won’t stop, loss of consciousness, poisoning, major burns and cuts, choking, sudden slurred speech or seizures.

In cases of heart attack and stroke, always call 911. Do not try to drive yourself to the hospital or ask someone else to drive you