Sometimes, sickness and injury happen after hours. For non-emergent care that can’t wait until the next business day, Maine Urgent Care, brought to you by Central Maine Healthcare, provides you and your family with quick, high-quality medical care for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses.
Maine Urgent Care offers patients access to a variety of treatments and services seven days a week with extended hours to ensure you and your family receive care when you need it most. You do not have to be a current or former patient of Central Maine Healthcare to use Maine Urgent Care.
Services Available at Maine Urgent Care
Maine Urgent Care offers convenient access to:
- Lab services
- Occupational health services, including Department of Transportation physicals, drug and alcohol screenings, and workers’ compensation injury care
Common conditions our providers treat include:
- Allergies, allergic reactions or sinus infections
- Cold or flu
- Minor cuts, burns and wounds
- Sprains, strains and broken bones
- Respiratory infections
- Urinary tract infections
When Should I Go to the Emergency Room?
Emergency room visits should be used only in life-threatening situations. Most health concerns can be managed at your doctor’s office or Maine Urgent Care, but some require immediate help. If you or someone you love has any of the following symptoms, go straight to the emergency room or call 911 immediately:
- Chest pain
- Head injury
- Severe injury or trauma, including open fractures or uncontrolled bleeding
- Signs of heart attack or stroke
Why Choose Maine Urgent Care?
We offer two convenient locations, both open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and we offer treatment to patients ages 6 months and older. No appointment is necessary. Simply walk in whenever you need us, or save time by reserving a spot online.
We also offer an affordable flat rate of $157 per visit (self pay) as well as affordable self-pay prices for follow-up visits, physicals, lab services, X-rays, medications and other services. There may be additional fees if labs or imaging are required. We also accept most major insurance plans. The patient will get billed for whatever that negotiated contract price is with their insurance company.