Weather-related Office and Service Closures, Event Cancellation
Some St. John medical offices and services will be closed (or events cancelled) or service hours modified as a result of this week's inclement winter weather. Click "learn more" below to see the latest information available. (last updated at 1 p.m., Dec. 6.)
Flu vaccine myths/facts
When it comes to getting a yearly flu vaccine, do you relate to any of these reasons why you've chosen not to receive yours? Our friends at CommunityCare have assembled a helpful guide to help you properly educate yourself and fight the flu this season.
Illnesses and injuries don’t observe business hours.
That's why St. John Urgent Care offers extended hours to treat your medical needs. And even better, your wait time will be minimal - in most cases, your visit will take less than one hour. And we offer convenient evening and weekend hours.
Convenient Medical Treatment
St. John Urgent Care Centers are a convenient option when you need medical treatment - with no time to wait. St. John Urgent Care will see you quickly, efficiently and at a significantly reduced cost from an emergency department visit.
Michelle - Urgent CareMichelle Wiginton
She wouldn't eat, she wouldn't drink, she could not be consoled. Michelle knew her young daughter was ailing, so she took her to St. John Urgent Care. Emergency medicine physician Todd Hoffman, MD, treated Michelle's little girl for an ear infection, and made follow-up phone calls to make sure she was again a happy, healthy 1-year-old.