Adirondack Urgent Care and Wilton Medical Arts – Urgent Care provide advanced diagnostics and treatment that is generally quicker and less costly than traditional emergency room care. With our highly trained, patient-centered medical professionals, patients can be confident that quality urgent care is nearby.
If you believe that you or a loved one is experiencing a potentially life-threatening medical issue, call 911.Adirondack Urgent Care Center and Urgent Care at Wilton Medical Arts, a service of Saratoga Hospital, provide walk-in services to address non-life-threatening or limb-threatening injuries and illnesses when your primary care physician is not available for urgent needs such as allergic reactions, earaches, fever, routine gynecological issues, pediatric illnesses, rashes and minor burns, sprains and fractures, urinary tract infections, and wounds and lacerations. Urgent care teams also see minor eye injuries, infections, or irritation and issues with stomach pain, vomiting, or diarrhea.
Our skilled Saratoga Hospital Medical Group physicians and advanced practice providers are specifically trained to quickly identify, evaluate, treat and stabilize patients for transfer to Saratoga Hospital’s Alfred Z. Solomon Emergency Center or other emergency departments if needed. Our compassionate team is dedicated to providing a positive patient experience, answering questions and helping patients understand their treatment plan and next steps.
Adirondack Urgent Care is open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., offering a skilled team providing quality, compassionate healthcare. Walk-ins are welcome. Serving all of the Lake George region, it is located on Route 9 with easy access off the Northway, between exits 19 and 20.
Wilton Medical Arts is open 7 days a week, offering state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and beautifully appointed waiting areas, making your visit as comfortable and quick as possible. Our facility is collocated with Saratoga Hospital Medical Group Primary Care – Wilton, Saratoga Hospital Center for Breast Care, and the Women’s Imaging Center, with cardiovascular services, onsite lab and additional imaging, making communication efficient and transfer of care seamless for the patient. We also have team members available to help patients with any financial concerns so they can receive the care they need without worry.
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No appointment is necessary at our urgent care facility, which is fully prepared for a broad spectrum of non-life or non-limb-threatening emergencies, such as sprains or simple fractures, minor wounds, minor illnesses like flu, earaches, minor eye infections or injuries, insect bites, etc. For emergencies, call 911 or go straight to your closest hospital emergency department.
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Our urgent care in Wilton facility offers onsite laboratory services, including child-friendly blood draws, urine testing, and glucose testing, among many others.
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Although no appointments are necessary, patients may schedule a same-day visit for urgent, but non-emergency, needs in Wilton. Health care emergencies must always take precedence, but this option helps patients wait at home or otherwise plan their day. Call 518-580-2224 to “Hold a Spot” between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Our urgent care offers imaging services onsite, as well as imaging for outpatients, including X-ray, ultrasound, CT, MRI, mammography, 3D mammography, echocardiogram and DEXA scan, which measures bone density, as well as a PET scan unit.
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Saratoga Hospital has been designated a Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence™ (DICOE) by the American College of Radiology (ACR), the highest form of recognition an imaging department can receive nationally. The designation applies to the imaging facilities at both the Hospital and Wilton Medical Arts locations, the first facilities to earn this recognition in New York State outside of the New York City and Buffalo regions. The DICOE program, which represents the pinnacle of medical imaging care, requires a rigorous approval process. It is an achievement that goes beyond accreditation to recognize best-quality imaging practices and diagnostic care in all the services the Hospital’s imaging department provides, including quality patient care.