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If it's not an emergency and you can't get to your regular doctor, you may be able to get the care you need -- and save time and money with these other types of quick-care options.
Urgent Care Centers are staffed with family, pediatric, ER and internal medicine doctors. They treat certain conditions right away that are not as severe as emergencies.
Retail Health Clinics are often found in a major pharmacy or retail store. They have physician assistants and nurse practitioners onsite to treat basic health concerns.
Walk-in Doctors' Offices are usually family practice doctors who can treat many things even if you're not a regular patient or have an appointment.
Always call 911 or go the Emergency Room (ER) if you think you are having a real emergency or if you think you could put your health at serious risk by delaying care.
Not sure where to go? Let a nurse help you decide - call our 24/7 NurseLine (on the back of your ID card).
Log in or use your Anthem ID card to make sure you find a doctor or hospital in your network, which will help keep your costs down.
Note: If you are a member with Medicaid or other state-sponsored programs, search with the alpha prefix (first three letters) of your identification number or search by selecting a plan/network.
If it’s not an emergency (and you can’t get to your regular doctor) - there are other options for fast, more affordable care.