Care now available without appointment seven days a week
Richland Center, WI – The Richland Hospital and Clinics has expanded its Urgent Care clinic hours and welcomes patients seven days a week. The expanded hours provide access to expert care for illnesses or injuries that onset quickly but are not life-threatening. No appointments are necessary, and walk-ins are welcome.
TRHC Urgent Care clinic is now available:
- Monday – Wednesday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
- Thursday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Saturday – Sunday 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Urgent care is the right choice for patients who are not able to make an appointment with their primary care provider and are not experiencing severe pain or discomfort. In cases of severe injury or illness, patients should still seek care in the Emergency Room. Those with questions about the symptoms they are experiencing are encouraged to call the hospital and request guidance.
Previously, TRHC had reduced its Urgent Care hours due to staffing shortages and challenges related to COVID-19. The organization has been working to recruit additional care providers who share its commitment to caring, educating, and healing. With several new hires, TRHC intends to continue to expand its services.
The Richland Hospital and Clinics is a nationally awarded health care facility dedicated to caring, educating, and healing. Providing compassionate care for nearly 100 years to residents of the greater Richland County area, TRHC operates an independent, integrated group medical practice in three locations, including rural health clinics in Spring Green and Muscoda and a critical access hospital at its primary health center in Richland Center, WI.