HORNELL, N.Y. (WETM) – St. James Hospital has announced new hours for its Urgent Care center at 7309 Seneca Rd., Suite 103.
Starting Tuesday, September 1, Urgent Care will be open 10am – 8pm, seven days a week.
“During the school year, it’s often more convenient for community members to seek care later in the day,” said Bryan O’Donovan, president and CEO. “We have the ability to be flexible with Urgent Care hours based on the community’s needs.”
St. James Urgent Care provides non-emergency services to children and adults. No appointment is needed, and on-site lab and x-ray services are available. The center also offers school and sports physicals.
Conditions that are treated at Urgent Care include but are not limited to:
- Coughs, colds and earaches
- Flu symptoms
- Minor lacerations and burns
- Urinary tract infections
- Rashes and skin conditions
- Sports injuries
- Animal and insect bites
- Fractures, strains and sprains
- COVID testing (for those who meet the criteria – call for details)
“Anyone who comes to Urgent Care can be assured that all the safety precautions are in place,” said O’Donovan. “These include universal masking, social distancing in the waiting room, and use of personal protective equipment. As an added precaution we encourage people to call ahead if possible to discuss their symptoms (385-3800), to help space out the patient flow and expedite their visit.”
For more information call (607) 385-3800 or visit StJames.urmc.edu.