Bellevue Urgent Care, which opened in March 2009, is an independent, locally-owned medical clinic that provides quality care and convenience for people who live, work, play or visit the Bellevue-Omaha metropolitan area. We are a Certified Urgent Care, recognized by the Urgent Care Association of America.
Our focus is to take care of the medical issues that aren’t extreme, but do need medical help. We treat minor illnesses like the flu, infections, fevers, nausea, etc. We treat minor injuries such as sprains, possible broken bones, lacerations, sports injuries, etc. We also provide occupational health services like work comp care, pre-employment physicals, drug screens, etc. Patient Services and Employer Services tabs.
Bellevue Urgent Care provides medical care that fits your schedule, whether you have a regular doctor or not. We encourage everyone to have a primary care doctor. But, we know they are not available on evenings and weekends, or that sometimes their daily schedule is full. That’s when we can provide prompt attention to your medical issues. And, we will forward your medical record to your primary doctor, if you request.
You never need to schedule an appointment at Bellevue Urgent Care- just come on in. We are open Monday- Saturday from 8:00AM- 8:00PM, and from 10:00 AM- 6:00PM on Sunday. We are open on all holidays, too, usually from 8:00AM- 4:00PM. Please note that we usually accept our last patient of the day 15 minutes prior to our scheduled closing time. You can pre-register online by clicking the link on the right side of our Home page, or, if you prefer to pre-register on paper, you can download the forms at the Forms tab above.
Bellevue Urgent Care is NOT an emergency room. For people who have severe or life-threatening conditions such as excessive bleeding, head injuries, are unconscious or incapacitated, may be poisoned, or are suffering chest pains that may be a heart attack, you need to call 911 or go to a hospital’s emergency room.
We accept most major insurance plans. To check the status of your specific plan, call the phone number on the back of your insurance card. Your insurance card and a photo ID are required and you will be responsible for paying your co-pay (if you have one) when you check in. Any remaining balance will be billed to you after we receive information from your insurance company. For those without insurance, we offer a cash-pay discount if you pay the full amount at time-of-service. Or, call the clinic to discuss our other payment options. Our costs are comparable to a trip to a primary care physician and are significantly less than charges incurred for treatment of minor illnesses and injuries in an Emergency Room.