Urgent Care Services

Wait Times

If you have cough and fever or suspected coronavirus exposure, please call your PCP office prior to seeking treatment. If you do not have a PCP, please call Urgent Care before arriving to describe your symptoms.
Location Approx. Wait Time
Urgent Care On-Demand
Convenient virtual healthcare with an available FCN provider.
(Video only)
15 minutes
Last updated 20 min 28 sec ago
Urgent Care - Bellingham
3130 Squalicum Parkway
(360) 671-4509
Last updated 40 min 21 sec ago
Urgent Care – Lynden
1610 Grover Street, Suite D-1
(360) 354-4567
30 minutes
Last updated 11 min 30 sec ago
Urgent Care - Mount Vernon
2116 E. Section Street
(360) 395-2938
30 minutes
Last updated 2 hours 7 min ago

Family Care Network has three urgent care clinics, in Bellingham, Lynden and Mount Vernon. All urgent care locations are open to FCN and non-FCN patients, and we accept most major medical insurance plans. We can also see you via telemedicine. Go to On-Demand Telemedicine>> to learn more.

Urgent Care hours are Monday-Friday, 1pm-9pm and Saturday-Sunday, 9am-5pm. We can see you via telemedicine starting at 8am, Monday-Friday. All locations are closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Urgent care is for non-emergency medical issues that need immediate attention. Urgent Care is a lower-cost alternative to the emergency room, with shorter wait times and a calmer setting to treat issues such as:

  • Colds, cough, sore throat, fever and flu symptoms
  • Work-related injuries
  • Ear or sinus pain
  • Scrapes or lacerations
  • Urinary discomfort or symptoms
  • Minor burns
  • Headaches
  • Pediatric illness and asthma
  • Sprains, strains, minor bruises and possible fractures

Patients are seen on a first come, first served basis (no appointments). Lab and x-ray services are available on site.

Non-urgent appointments, such as sports physicals, CDL certification, and vaccinations, must be scheduled with your regular doctor.

Questions? For more information, read Family Care Network's Urgent Care FAQ.

Life-threatening emergencies should be seen at the hospital or dial 911. This includes difficulty breathing, heart attack/stroke, extremely high fever, severe trauma, or open fracture (broken bone protruding through the skin), uncontrolled bleeding, poisoning, major burns, and other serious medical issues.