Lee Health Urgent Care
There's no good time to be sick or injured. When injuries or illnesses happen unexpectedly, urgent care can be the place to go.
The experienced staff at Lee Health's urgent care clinics helps you get better, quickly — with thorough treatment for sprains, strains, pain, cuts, rashes, urinary tract infections, and more. We also specialize in cold and flu treatment that easier and drastically faster than emergency rooms.
Patients who can't get an appointment with their primary care doctor are also welcome to stop by. Each Lee Health urgent care location offers extended hours seven days a week, before and after your work day.
We follow strict protocols during COVID-19 to keep you safe, so don't delay care you need.
On My Way
Want even more convenience? Learn about our new service, available through Lee Health's MyChart app.
Lee Health is proud to provide urgent care locations for your convenience. We invite you to read more about services and treatments as well as when to visit us instead of the emergency room.
Lee Convenient Care - Metro Pkwy
13340 Metro Pkwy, Suite 100 Fort Myers, FL 33966
Lee Convenient Care - Pine Island Rd
1682 NE Pine Island Rd Cape Coral, FL 33909
Golisano Children's Urgent Care Center
3361 Pine Ridge Rd, Suite 101 Naples, FL 34109
Bonita Community Health Center
3501 Health Center Blvd Bonita Springs, FL 34135
Lee Convenient Care - Page Field
4771 S Cleveland Ave Fort Myers, FL 33907
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