• 02 OCT 19

    Urgent Care

    Artesia General Hospital and Artesia Healthcare Professionals Urgent Care in Carlsbad have teamed up to help the community and provide free flu shots. From Wednesday, October 16 through Saturday, October 19, bring 5 non-perishable food items to our Urgent Care in Carlsbad (2405 W. Pierce St.) and receive your vaccine.*

    Food items will be donated to Jonah’s House Food Pantry and Oasis Church in Carlsbad to be distributed to those in need in our community.

    * Flu shots available in limited quantities. Ages 4 and up only.

    When you need to see a doctor—today

    It’s not quite serious enough to go to the ER, but there are no last-minute appointments at your doctor’s office. Maybe it’s a cough that doesn’t sound quite right. Maybe it’s a cold that’s lingered a little too long, or a fever that’s a little too high.

    When you need a doctor today, Artesia Healthcare Professionals Urgent Care is here to get you diagnosed, treated and on your way quickly—no appointment needed.

    Walk-in hours with a physician are available Monday through Saturday, 8 am through 8 pm for adults and children one year and older. For more information, please call 575.885.2180.

    Please go to your nearest emergency department if you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms.

    What conditions do you treat?

    We treat any of the following conditions with convenient, walk-in services:

    • Allergies, Animal or Insect Bites
    • Cold and Flu Symptoms
    • Diarrhea or Vomiting
    • Earaches or Sinus Infections
    • Minor Burns, Cuts or Bleeding Requiring Stitches
    • Pink Eye or Rashes
    • Removal of Foreign Objects from Nose, Ear or Cut
    • Sports Injuries, Sprains and Strains
    • Strep Throat
    • Urinary Tract Infections

    When should I choose urgent care instead of the emergency department?

    The Artesia Healthcare Professionals Urgent Care can support you and your family if you have any of the above conditions and can’t make a same-day appointment with your primary care doctor.
    You should go to the emergency department with severe, life-threatening symptoms including, but not limited to:

    • Choking
    • Convulsions or Seizures
    • Difficulty Breathing
    • Loss of Limb
    • Severe Burns
    • Severe Chest Pain or Pressure
    • Serious Head, Neck or Back Injury
    • Severe Stomach Pains

    Physicians & Providers

    Hours & Location

    Monday – Saturday
    8 am – 8 pm for Walk-in Services
    Open through lunch

    2405 W. Pierce St.
    Carlsbad, NM 88220