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)
1 hour
Last updated 16 min 5 sec ago
Urgent Care - Bellingham
3130 Squalicum Parkway
(360) 671-4509
Last updated 9 min 13 sec ago
Urgent Care – Lynden
1610 Grover Street, Suite D-1
(360) 354-4567
45 minutes
Last updated 4 min 16 sec ago
Urgent Care - Mount Vernon
2116 E. Section Street
(360) 395-2938
30 minutes
Last updated 58 min 37 sec 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.