It’s Sunday afternoon and you aren’t feeling well. You’ve been dealing with the sniffles for a few days and now you have a low-grade fever and are aching all over. Where can you go for relief from your symptoms? Do you go to the emergency room or an urgent care center?
A lot of people grapple with this decision. For immediate or after-hours care on a walk-in basis, a visit to an urgent care center is an excellent option when you are experiencing a mild illness or injury such as low-grade fever, minor strains, respiratory illness, a cut that may need stitches or a UTI. Unless it is a life-threatening emergency, urgent care is often the most cost effective and convenient option. All our centers are open seven days a week. In addition, all our urgent care centers have advanced diagnostics such as X-ray and some lab testing capabilities onsite.
Urgent care should not be considered a replacement for emergency care, which remains the best option for emergency, life-threatening situations.
As we endure the COVID-19 pandemic, Gateway Urgent Care continues its commitment to provide our communities with dependable, quality health care in a safe and clean environment. We remained open during the pandemic and are here to provide you with exceptional care for your non-emergent illnesses and injuries, including offering three types of COVID-19 testing. Whether the need is urgent care, wellness care or occupational health—we’ve got you covered.
“Our Family Caring For Yours”
Hours: Mon-Sun, 8AM-8PM
1574 Medical Center Pkwy #104, Murfreesboro, TN
1636 New Salem Highway, Murfreesboro, TN