Randall Children's Urgent Care treats patients from birth through 17 years old with the following illnesses and injuries that are not life-threatening or medical emergencies:
- Asthma attacks (minor)
- Broken bones (bone not sticking out of skin)
- Burns (minor)
- Colds, coughs and sore throats
- Cuts and bruises
- Eye problems
- Fevers (infants older than 3 months old)
- Foreign object removal
- Head injuries without passing out
- Incision and drainage
- Stomach aches
- Strains and sprains
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
- Vomiting, diarrhea and mild dehydration
If your child requires emergency treatment, please call 911 or go to a hospital emergency department.
Other services include:
- Direct hospital transfer and admission, if needed
- Phone consult with your pediatrician's office on-call doctor, if needed
Contact your child's regular doctor for the following services:
- Behavioral problems
- Medication refills
- Sports physicals
Urgent Care or the Emergency Room?
Randall Children's Urgent Care treats kids with illnesses and injuries that need immediate attention, but are not life-threatening. For more serious injuries or illnesses, Randall Children's Hospital and Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center have kids-only emergency rooms in Portland and Vancouver, open 24 hours a day. To help determine if your child's illness or injury should be treated at urgent care or the emergency room, please read our Urgent Care or ER fact sheet. If you are unsure where to take your child, we recommend calling your doctor's office for advice or to speak with the on-call doctor.
More about Legacy Medical Group–Cornell
Randall Children's Urgent Care is located at Legacy Medical Group–Cornell, Legacy Health's new westside clinic. The Cornell location includes Randall Children's Hospital subspecialties and family medicine, orthopedics and sports medicine for all ages.