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If you have a minor illness or injury and need non-emergency care after your regular doctor’s office is closed, the new Stanford Walk-In Clinic is here for you. Open Monday-Friday with extended hours from 3:30 – 11:00 p.m., patients 6 months and older can walk in and get care from Board-Certified physicians—no appointment is needed. Now you have another option for care when your doctor’s office is closed.
Walk in and Get Care from Stanford Health Care Experts
When you are unable to obtain an appointment with your Primary Care doctors or Express Care, come visit the experts at Stanford Walk-In Clinic. We provide additional same day access to our Stanford Medical experts with no appointment needed.
What We Treat
The Walk-In Clinic provides effective care for a range of minor illnesses and injuries including:
Minor pediatric illness in patients 6 months or older
Minor ailments including cold, flu, fever, congestion
Minor wound and orthopaedic procedures including imaging and splinting
Urinalysis & Pregnancy test (urine)
Emergency adult and limited travel vaccines
Radiology imaging and lab services are also offered at the Walk-In Clinic.
Stanford Health Care is known worldwide for the advanced patient care provided by its doctors and staff. We also provide a wide range of guest services and amenities to our patients and visitors. Learn more about preparing for a hospital stay, billing and financial services, and our other support programs in Patients & Visitors.
Most standard insurance plans are accepted. Your Walk-In Clinic visit will be billed as an office visit (not an emergency room visit). Payment of a copay may be required at the time of visit. Hospital and professional fees may also apply for additional services like medication/vaccine administration or lab/radiology services, among other procedures.