Lindsborg Community Hospital Offers Saturday & Sunday Urgent Care Clinic


Lindsborg Community Hospital offers an Urgent Care Clinic to benefit the people of the Smoky Valley communities. An Urgent Care Clinic is defined as the services dedicated to the delivery of non-emergency care. Urgent care is typically offered on an unscheduled, walk-in basis, and is for the treatment of patients with an injury or illness that requires immediate care, but is not serious enough to necessitate a visit to the ER.

Sports injuries, minor cuts or burns, muscle sprains or strain, stomachache, nausea, headache, dizziness, and ear, throat or nose infections are typical reasons people seek urgent care.

Unlike emergency room services offered 24/7, the Urgent Care Clinic is open on Saturday and Sundays from noon to 6 pm for walk-in patients. No appointments needed, no appointments made.

The LCH Urgent Care Clinic is facilitated by Salina Regional Health Center medical providers Todd Smith, APRN; Teresa Pearson, APRN; and Brooke Kanitz with LCH nursing staff. Todd, Teresa and Brooke also provide LCH weekend emergency room coverage.

You may download an Urgent Care Clinic brochure here.

Urgent Care Clinic hours are Saturday and Sundays, noon - 6 pm.
Please enter through the main hospital entrance and proceed to the registration desk.


Please Remember...
In an emergency situation, please call
9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.