Hours: Monday–Friday, noon–5 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and holidays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Staffed by physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants specially trained in the latest ambulatory care.
When to come to Legacy Urgent Care–St. Helens: Health problems don’t always happen when your doctor’s office is open. When you or your child needs care, use this list to help decide if you should go to the ER or Legacy Urgent Care–St. Helens, which treats most minor injuries and illnesses.
Please call 911 to get full service at a hospital if you experience any of the following emergency situations: coughing or vomiting of blood; chest pain; loss of movement or feeling in face, arms or legs; seizures; severe abdominal pain; severe burns; severe injuries; sudden severe headache; sudden dizziness; weakness or loss of balance; or sexual assault.
Welcome to better health
Welcome to Legacy Health's primary care clinics, the first step to better health. Our clinics are pioneering the transition to health homes. A health home clinic means that you and your family are at the center of our care, surrounded by a team that consists of your physician (or nurse practitioner or physician assistant), nurse, medical assistant, social worker, counselor and clerical staff. This team is focused on your health needs.
Being in a health home means that your care team knows your health history, listens to your concerns, and coordinates care with other specialists and health providers. We care for you when you are sick, but, more importantly, we work with you to keep you well.
Legacy Urgent Care-St. Helens treats patients of all ages with the following illnesses and injuries that are not life-threatening or medical emergencies.
Broken bones (bone not sticking out)
Colds, coughs, sore throats and ear aches
Cuts, bruises and minor burns
Fevers in infants older than three months old
Foreign object removal
Head injuries without passing out
Incision and drainage
Strains and sprains
Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Vomiting, diarrhea and dehydration