Urgent Care or ER for your child?
Know the difference, find the right care
Children are not mini adults. They may sometimes experience the same illnesses or injuries, but the care and treatment they require may be very different. Whether your child needs ER or Urgent Care, you want to be sure they get the sensitive attention they need from specialists.
Which is the best for my child?
You protect your kids as best you can, but sickness and minor injuries still happen. Randall Children’s Urgent Care is here to relieve some of the stress by providing quick medical attention on evenings and weekends, when your regular doctor isn’t available.
Should your child require more complex medical attention, we will lift some of the stress from you by providing additional services, including:
Should your child need these types of services, your pediatrician is your best resource.
Flu shots are available for kids age 6 months through 17 years. Call to make an appointment, schedule online, or walk-ins welcome.
Located in the Legacy Medical Group–Cornell building.
1960 N.W. 167th Place, Suite 103
Walk-in or call to learn current wait times. If desired, you can reserve a spot online that’s more convenient for your family’s schedule.
Evening & Weekend Hours
Monday—Friday, 4 p.m.—10 p.m.
Saturday—Sunday, Noon—8 p.m.
(Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Days)
When it’s a serious emergency, you want an experienced team that specializes in the physical and emotional needs of children. Legacy offers pediatric emergency care at both Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland and Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center in Vancouver. If your child requires emergency attention, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department.
MyHealth gives you access to your child's medical records. View test results, diagnoses, medications, follow-up instructions, make an appointment, and more.