When you're sick or injured and want to be seen right away, our Urgent Care Center offers high quality, accessible, walk-in medical care for patients of all ages with sudden illnesses or injuries that should be treated the same day. Our Urgent Care Center is staffed by Physicians and Physician Assistants.

We make it easy for you and your loved ones to get the Urgent Care you need when you need it most!

Kenosha Urgent Care

6308 8th Ave
Kenosha, WI
Open 7 days a week- 365 days a year from 7:00am to 7:00pm

For medical emergencies call 911.

Conditions We Treat

Even minor medical problem deserves high-quality and timely care. Our convenient Urgent Care is prepared to treat a wide range of your needs.

  • Allergies
  • Sinus Congestion
  • Cold/Cough
  • Upper Respiratory Infections
  • Ear Infections
  • Skin Complaints/Rashes/Hives
  • Insect Bites/Stings
  • Sore throat
  • Shingles
  • Bladder Infections
  • Sprains/Strains
  • Minor Animal Bites
  • Genital/Urinary Problems
  • Minor Burns
  • Minor Cuts/Lacerations
  • Simple Foreign Body Removal (splinters, etc.)
  • Simple Puncture Wounds
  • Minor Broken Bones (non-protruding)
  • Ear Wax Removal
  • Eye Infection/Irritation
  • Minor Back Pain
  • Bloody Nose

Our Providers

Katie Hasselbrink, PA-C
Katie Hasselbrink, PA-C Physician Assistant
Charles Cline, PA-C
Charles Cline, PA-C Physician Assistant
Heather Barrett Gillis, PA-C
Heather Barrett, PA-C Physician Assistant


Map of Froedtert Kenosha Center
Froedtert Kenosha Center

6308 Eighth Avenue
Kenosha, WI 53143

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Commonly Asked Questions for Urgent Care Services

Urgent Care functions in a very similar way to walk-in clinics and does not provide emergency care. Urgent Care can provide every service that Immediate Care can provide, in addition to treatment for slightly more serious physical injuries and illnesses. With that being said, Urgent Care is not sufficiently equipped to treat life-threatening or medical emergencies- please call 911 or go directly to the Emergency Department for medical emergencies.

In many ways, Urgent Care can be more convenient than the Emergency Department, depending on your condition. If you require same-day medical attention for a medical concern that is not life-threatening, Urgent Care will likely be your best option. Primary care clinics typically require appointments to be made in advance, while the Emergency Department often has longer wait times for patients who have medical concerns that are not critical or life-threatening. Moreover, the services at Urgent Care will most likely be less expensive than those provided in an Emergency Department.

Urgent Care is a "walk-in" service without appointments.

If both Urgent Care and the Emergency Department are open, there is usually one determining question to consider when deciding where you should go: Is your medical concern a life-threatening medical emergency or not? If it IS, then you should go to your nearest emergency room immediately. If your medical concern is not a life-threatening emergency, then you will likely save both time and money by going to Urgent Care.

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