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COVID-19 urgent care centers

If you develop serious symptoms like a high fever, difficulty breathing, or suspected dehydration, call your regular health care provider.

If you don’t have a provider in the Philadelphia area, contact one of the urgent care centers on the map below. Please call ahead before you visit one of these clinics. The Department of Public Health will work with them to coordinate testing if appropriate.

If you are severely ill and need medical attention right away, call 911.

Where to get care

Please call ahead before visiting any of the following clinics. If you have a regular health care provider, contact them first.
Name Address Type Phone number
CVS Minute Clinic 1500 Spruce St., Philadelphia, PA 19102 Urgent Care (215) 790-3290
Jefferson Urgent Care (Washington Square) 700 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Urgent Care (215) 503-7300
MyDoc Urgent Care (Center City) 1420 Locust St., Philadelphia, PA 19102 Urgent Care (215) 800-1909
Vybe Urgent Care (Center City) 1420 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19102 Urgent Care (215) 515-8766
Vybe Urgent Care (Center City East) 618 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19106 Urgent Care (215) 999-7188
Jefferson Urgent Care (Rittenhouse) 2021 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19103 Urgent Care (267) 443-2020
MyDoc Urgent Care (Chinatown) 1008 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA 19107 Urgent Care (267) 881-9111
Chinatown Medical Services &
Chinatown Dental Services
432 N. 6th St., Philadelphia, PA 19123 Health Center (215) 627-8000
RediClinic (inside Rite Aid Pharmacy) 2000 Hamilton St., Philadelphia, PA 19130 Urgent Care (215) 567-2017
Vybe Urgent Care (Spring Garden) 1500 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, PA 19130 Urgent Care (267) 728-4500
Fairmount Primary Care Center 1412 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19130 Health Center (215) 235-9600
PHMC Health Connection 1200 N. 9th St., Suite 104, Philadelphia, PA 19122 Health Center (215) 765-6690