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Location and Hours

People walking into the Regina Urgent Care Centre

The Regina UCC is located at 1320 Albert Street, Regina.

The UCC is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily.

Map showing Regina UCC location of 1320 Albert Street

The McDonald's and Tim Horton's logos are for informational purposes only and that there is no affiliation between them and the Regina UCC.

The Urgent Care Centre is a new model of care introduced to Saskatchewan that will provide responsive and convenient patient care. The UCC will support health care services and improve access to mental health and addiction services by offering same-day care for urgent, but non-life-threatening issues.

The UCC will follow a phased approach regarding opening hours. This will enable staff to become accustomed to this new model of care.

The next phase later in 2024 will open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

A public announcement will occur when the hours are extended.

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