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When To Go to Regina Urgent Care Centre

The new UCC will function as an alternative to Emergency Departments for treatment of minor illnesses and injuries that require immediate attention. To help determine whether seeking treatment at the UCC is appropriate, please see the list of health issues to help guide you.

Please note: The Regina UCC is NOT an Emergency Department. Always call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest ER when life is at risk, such as suspected heart attack, stroke or life-or-limb threatening injuries.

Please go to the Regina Urgent Care Centre for the following health issues:

  • Treatment for moderate flu-like symptoms, infections, and fever;
  • Treatment for minor injuries, sprains and strains;
  • Small cuts that require stitches, and burns that are not severe;
  • Broken bones or dislocated joints;
  • Assessment of eye injuries;
  • Assessment of abdominal pain;
  • Assessment of shortness of breath;
  • Earache and sore throat;
  • Respiratory Care for mild to moderate asthma; and
  • Illness or injury that require diagnostic imaging (x-ray and ultrasound) or laboratory testing.

Know when it's urgent. Visit urgent Care for serious but non-life threatening injuries or illnesses.

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