Providing the Best Care
This seasonal influx of visitors to Southwest Florida also means an increase in the need for urgent care. So it’s essential that residents and seasonal visitors know where to go. Residents can avoid long waits by visiting a Lee Health urgent care instead of an emergency room (ER).
The experienced staff at Lee Health's urgent care clinics (also known as Lee Convenient Care) helps you get better, quickly — with thorough treatment for sprains, strains, pain, cuts, rashes, urinary tract infections, and more. Urgent care also provides treatment for minor injuries and nonlife-threatening illnesses.
We are now offering Flu vaccinations at all Lee Health urgent care facilities.
Lee TeleHealth is Currently FreeLearn More
Lee Telehealth is a great option if you have COVID symptoms. Avoid the emergency room and long COVID testing lines.
Lee Convenient Care - Metro Pkwy
13340 Metro Pkwy, Suite 100 Fort Myers, FL 33966Fax: (239) 343-0499
Lee Convenient Care - Page Field
4771 S Cleveland Ave Fort Myers, FL 33907Fax: (239) 343-9848
Lee Convenient Care - Pine Island Rd
1682 NE Pine Island Rd Cape Coral, FL 33909Fax: (239) 424-1649
Golisano Children's Urgent Care Center
3361 Pine Ridge Rd, Suite 101 Naples, FL 34109Fax: (239) 254-5921
Influenza (Flu) Vaccine and PreventionLearn More About Flu Prevention Here
The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones against influenza (flu) is to get a flu vaccine every flu season. Flu is a contagious respiratory disease that can lead to serious illness, hospitalization, or even death. CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get an annual flu vaccine. We strongly urge you to visit one of our four Lee Health Convenient Care locations if you have the flu. Our clinics treat flu symptoms in a much easier and faster way than emergency rooms, which handle life-threatening medical issues.
Lee Health Blood Drives
As home to the region’s only trauma center, Lee Health wants to ensure that the health system’s blood supply remains at healthy levels for urgent transfusions. Blood and blood products are not only used in the trauma center, but also to treat cancer patients, premature babies, anemia and a variety of other conditions. All blood donated at Lee Health stays within the health system to care for Southwest Florida patients. If you cannot attend one of the upcoming blood drives, you can still make a donation at one of Lee Health’s blood centers to help save lives.
Experts in Exceptional Care
We believe healthcare is personal. Our experienced Lee Health physicians provide treatment and services across all of SWFL. Learn more here about some of our leading servicesMore Services Here
Lee Health COVID-19 Vaccine
All the information you need about the COVID-19 Vaccine in Lee County. Stay up to date with the latest updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19) here.
Ivermectin: Not an Approved Treatment Option for COVID-19
Lee Health endorses COVID-19 treatment options that are vetted, tested and recommended by public health officials and medical experts. We do NOT endorse the use of Ivermectin for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19. Ivermectin is not authorized by the FDA. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health have determined there are insufficient data to recommend the drug. The Infectious Disease Society of America also recommends against its use for treatment.
We continue to adapt our recommendations to reflect the advances and discoveries in science involving COVID-19 and the healthcare response to this pandemic.
COVID-19 VaccinationView Scheduling Options
Vaccination is an important step in ending the COVID-19 pandemic and returning to normal life. Lee Health experts urge you to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Our vaccination clinic is open to anyone age 5+, and you can get an appointment as early as this week.
Convenience at your fingertips with MyChart.
Lee Health offers patients a secure, online way to access their medical records, make appointments, and message your doctor. Anywhere, anytime you can count on Lee Health's MyChart. MyChart® should never be used for urgent/emergent medical matters. Messages sent through MyChart® are monitored during business hours only. If you need immediate attention, please go to an Emergency Department or call 911.
As one of the largest not-for-profit public health systems in Florida, it's our mission to build a healthier future for our community.