Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital’s Urgent Care (formerly STATCARE) offers care for a wide range of minor illness and injuries, including minor burns and cuts; colds, coughs, sore throats and the flu; sprains, strains and fractures; and stings and bites.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who provides treatment at our Urgent Cares?
Every Mercy Hospital Urgent Care (formerly STATCARE) is staffed by board-certified family physicians, as well as nurse practitioners and physician assistants certified in family medicine.
Where are Urgent Cares located?
Our Urgent Cares are conveniently located throughout Stark County, Carroll County, and Tuscarawas County, Ohio.
What hours are Mercy Hospital’s Urgent Cares open?
Our Urgent Care (formerly STATCARE) hours vary by location, but all our Urgent Cares offer evening and weekend hours. For specific hours by location, please check the specific Urgent and Outpatient Care facility of your choice.
How much does an Urgent Care visit at Mercy Hospital cost?
Mercy Hospital accepts most insurance plans, including Aultcare, Aultcare PrimeTime Health Plan, Medicare, and Medicaid. View a list of accepted health care insurance plans.
Do I need an appointment for Urgent Care?
No. All our Urgent Cares are walk-in urgent cares. No appointment is necessary.
All Mercy Hospital Urgent Cares are walk-in urgent cares. No appointment is necessary.