Urgent Care

When you need to be seen today for mild to moderate illness and injuries and your primary care provider isn’t available, Morris Hospital offers two walk-in options for urgent care.

Convenient Care in Diamond-Coal City and Yorkville is for mild illness and injuries for individuals age 1 and older. Immediate Care in Channahon and Morris is appropriate for mild to moderate illness and injuries for patients of all ages.

(Click here to see our visitor restrictions and safety measures in place at our Urgent Care Centers due to COVID-19)


Type of Service: Immediate Care
Morris Hospital Ridge Road Campus
27240 W. Saxony Drive, Channahon, IL 60410
Phone: 815.521.1500
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Diamond-Coal City:
Type of Service: Convenient Care
Morris Hospital Diamond-Coal City Campus
1450 E. Division St., Diamond, IL 60416
Phone: 815.634.3500
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Type of Service: Immediate Care
Diagnostic & Rehabilitative Center of Morris Hospital
100 W. Gore Road, Morris, IL 60450
Phone: 815.364.8919
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Type of Service: Convenient Care
Morris Hospital Yorkville Campus (Convenient Care)
105 Saravanos Drive, Yorkville, IL 60560
Phone: 630.553.8200
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Holiday HoursOur Immediate/Convenient Care locations are open from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day. Our Immediate/Convenient Care locations are closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and Thanksgiving Day. Holiday hours are subject to change.


urgent careA nurse practitioner is available to see patients age 1 and older for mild illness and injuries at our walk-in Convenient Care clinics (Diamond-Coal City & Yorkville). Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Convenient Care is appropriate for the same types of reasons you would call your doctor for a same-day appointment, including:

  • Cuts, first aid care (minor)
  • Concussion symptoms
  • Cough, chest congestion, upper respiratory infection
  • COVID symptoms/testing
  • Flu-like or allergy symptoms
  • Insect bites, rash (minor)
  • Injuries, sprains (minor)
  • Pink eye and sties
  • Sore throat, earache, fever (mild), sinus infection
  • Urinary tract, bladder infections

For patients younger than 12 months, please contact your child’s physician, or choose one of our Immediate Care locations or Emergency Department depending on the severity of your child’s symptoms.


Patients of all ages are seen by a physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant in the Immediate Care setting (Channahon & Morris). Immediate Care is appropriate when you have a mild to moderate illness or injury that does not require the advanced care of an emergency department, yet your provider is not available and you need to be seen now:

  • Allergic reactions (non-life-threatening), asthma
  • Back problems, headaches
  • Bites and stings (animal and insect)
  • Concussion symptoms
  • COVID symptoms/testing
  • Minor broken bones and fractures, sprains and strains
  • Cuts requiring stitches, minor burns, skin rash, and infection
  • Eye irritation and redness
  • Fever (moderate), flu symptoms, vomiting and diarrhea, dehydration caused by illness
  • Sexually transmitted infection


Morris Hospital provides COVID-19 testing at its Convenient Care and Immediate Care locations for individuals who:

  • have COVID-19 symptoms
  • have been exposed to COVID-19 (defined as having close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19). If you are not experiencing symptoms, please wait 4-5 days from the time of exposure to be tested. This will provide the most accurate results.
  • require a test to return back to school
  • require a test for travel purposes

What you can expect from your COVID-19 visit:

  1. Please enter the building to register. Be sure to bring your insurance card and ID (if applicable).
  2. Once registered, you may be asked to wait outside in your car until the provider is ready to see you.
  3. A provider examination will be performed prior to all testing.
  4. Rapid test results may be available depending on testing supply availability and the provider’s recommendation. When appropriate, a send out test may be used. Results on send out tests are typically available within 72 hours.
  5. We will contact you with results by phone as soon as they are available. You may also check your patient portal.
  6. We will submit the COVID-19 exam and test to your insurance company (for self-pay patients, we will submit the charges to HRSA Uninsured Fund). After payment is received from insurance (or HRSA Uninsured Fund for self-pay patients), you will not be billed for any remaining balance resulting from the COVID test and exam. Therefore, there is no cost to the patient for COVID testing.  If any additional tests or procedures are ordered during the visit, such as an x-ray, you will be responsible for any remaining balance resulting from these additional services after insurance payment is received.

Want to know more about COVID-19 Testing at our Urgent Care Centers? The answer may be on our Frequently Asked Questions page.


Convenient Care (Diamond-Coal City & Yorkville) is billed similarly as a physician office visit, with any x-rays or rapid lab tests additional. Copays are requested at the time of the Convenient Care visit, with the amount of the copay varying depending on your specific health plan.

Immediate Care (Channahon & Morris) is billed as a hospital outpatient service rather than a physician’s office visit, meaning your deductible may apply depending on your insurance. X-ray, CT testing, ultrasound, or laboratory services may be ordered to assist the provider in making a diagnosis and would result in additional charges. If your health plan includes Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers as a participating provider, a deposit will be requested toward your out of pocket expenses at the time of service, and the charges will be submitted to your health plan. If your health plan doesn’t include Morris Hospital as a provider, you may be required to pay a larger deductible or a greater portion of your bill because our services will be deemed “out of network” with your health plan. Be sure you understand your plan’s “out of network” options. Self-pay patients are asked for a $100 deposit at the time of immediate care service.


Before visiting one of our locations, check your insurance carrier for specific benefits and coverage. View the full list of insurance plans accepted.

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