Urgent Care Dahlonega will be closed for facility repairs on Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26.
- Walk-ins are welcome
- We accept most insurance plans
- We have a referral network of more than 600 physicians if specialty care is needed
- Accepting patients 6 months and older
- Our Urgent Care locations are open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. each day; however, the last patient is admitted at 7:45 p.m. to allow providers adequate time for the visit before closing.
Prior to visiting one of our Urgent Care Centers, you can add yourself to the waitlist by letting us know how long until you arrive. This allows you to be seen faster than if you simply walked into one of our locations – creating a more seamless experience for your visit. Click on one of the locations below to join the waitlist.
You can now visit with a trusted NGPG provider on your phone, tablet or computer right when you need them with On-demand Urgent Care Video Visits! With this new virtual service our board-certified Urgent Care providers are available right now to address your immediate care needs.
When your doctor is not available, Urgent Care clinics provide care for non-life-threatening medical problems or problems that could become worse if you wait. Urgent Care clinics provide walk-in appointments and treat patients 6 months and older.
- seasonal allergies
- sinus infections
- sore throat
- urinary tract infections
- pink eye
- minor back pain
- minor cuts and burns
- minor broken bones
- minor muscular pain
- minor eye injuries
- minor abcesses
- poison ivy
You should use the hospital emergency room for very serious or life-threatening problems. Hospital emergency rooms are not the place to go for common illnesses and minor injuries.
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, don’t wait!
- chest pain or pressure
- severe abdominal pain
- coughing or vomiting blood
- severe burns
- deep cuts or bleeding that won’t stop
- sudden blurred vision
- difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- sudden dizziness, weakness or loss of coordination or balance
- numbness in the face, arm or leg
- sudden, severe headache (not a migraine)
- high fevers
- new discomfort that is caused by exercise
- any condition you believe is life threatening