Find an Urgent Care



The Urgent Care Association represents a large and growing industry of urgent care centers.  While UCA tracks the entire industry this directory contains only those centers that are - UCA members, UCA Accredited or Certified, or Centers with UCA ABS Commendation. 

Don't see your center? Send us an email and we will get you added - membership@ucaoa.org

(looking for an individual member or an urgent care vendor? Visit the Member Directory or Vendor Directory)


NOTE: When searching for a center, unless you know the exact spelling of the name including abbreviations, use the % character to start your search. For example, %Quick - will search for any instance of the word Quick in the center name.



Center listings update periodically in the Find A Urgent Care Center – UCC Finder, if you are looking to confirm an organization/center’s accreditation or certification status, please contact us at quality@ucaoa.org.

All UCA Accredited Urgent Care centers receive dual Accreditation and Certification.

To narrow the search of Accredited centers by scope of care (Peds, Ortho, OccMed, etc.) click both the Accredited Urgent Care and Certified Urgent Care check boxes.  You will then be able to choose the specific scope.

Certified Urgent Care vs. Accredited Urgent Care: What’s the Difference?


Certification is a designation that a center has met all the eligibility requirements of a nationally standardized definition of scope of services for urgent care.  No onsite survey is required. Instead each location is asked to send in documentation that shows it has met each of the certification urgent care criteria.


Accreditation builds on certification, assessing not only the organization’s ability to meet scope of services, but also to meet the standards of patient safety and quality.  An onsite survey is required and must be scheduled within 6 months from the time the application is processed.


The Antibiotic Stewardship Commendation Program

The Antibiotic Stewardship Commendation Program requires urgent care centers to provide evidence demonstrating their compliance with the Core Elements of Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship developed by the CDC. The period of Commendation is three years, and centers are required to provide evidence demonstrating ongoing compliance with the CDC's Core Elements and an assessment of quality improvement efforts to obtain repeat Commendation.