Urgent Care

Urgent Care Bedford Medical Park 5 Washington Place Suite 1B Bedford NH 03110
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603.314.4567

Fax: 603.314.4544


Patient Hours:

Mon–Fri: 8 AM–8 PM
Sat–Sun: 9 AM–5 PM
Holidays: 9 AM–2 PM

CMC Urgent Care provides walk-in treatment for minor illnesses and injuries that require immediate medical attention, but are not life threatening. 



Helpful tips:
When you should choose Urgent Care or Emergency Care

 

Conditions & Expertise

Walk-in evaluation of and treatment for a wide range of conditions including:
  • Abdominal discomfort and nausea
  • Aches and pains
  • Cold, flu, sinus infection, sore throat, cough, bronchitis, earache
  • Cuts, scrapes and minor wounds
  • Injuries on the job
  • Minor burns
  • Minor eye injuries, infections or irritations
  • Minor fractures
  • Minor wounds and bleeding
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Rashes (including poison ivy)
  • Respiratory infections: common cold, flu, sinus infection and bronchitis
  • Skin rashes (including poison ivy)
  • Sore throats and/or fever
  • Sports injuries
  • Sprains and minor fractures
  • Tick, bee and other insect bites
  • Urinary tract infection
Addtional affliate locations:
ClearChoiceMD | CMC Goffstown Urgent Care 
ClearChoiceMD | CMC Hooksett Urgent Care 



Health care providers recommend taking your allergy medication early—before you develop symptoms. Also, remember to close your car and house windows to avoid pollen and change your clothes when you come in from the outside. 

For any medical issues or concerns, it’s best to contact your provider or visit an urgent care center where medical experts can examine you and determine the best treatment. CMC Urgent Care is here for you, seven days a week/365 days a year. We provide quick, convenient, quality care. Reserve your spot online or just stop in—no appointment necessary! 
 

It's tick season!

They're here...with the warm weather comes ticks. Learn helpful tips from our medical staff on how to safely remove ticks and prevent bites.

help make next visit less scary

show kids what their doctor might look like

Young kids might be scared to see their doctor in more personal protective equipment (PPE) than they're used to—including a face shield, mask, gown and gloves. In this video pediatrician Dr. Steve Silvestro helps them understand what to expect.