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Do you have an Urgent Care Magnet?

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If you don’t have a CHP Urgent Care magnet for your fridge, call Member Services at 850-383-3311.

Call CHP Urgent Care for urgent medical conditions including: upper respiratory infections such as colds, ear infections, bronchitis and sore throats; minor, but acute cases, which include fever, nausea, vomiting and urinary tract infections; or minor trauma including ankle sprains and cuts.

CHP Urgent Care: 850-383-3382

By appointment only.

2140 Centerville Place Monday through Friday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Weekends: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Holiday hours may vary. 

CHP’s Urgent Care Center: Faster and Less Costly Than the Emergency Room!

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If you need immediate care for a sickness or injury, consider calling CHP’s expertly staffed Urgent Care Center at 850-383-3382. You will bypass the hectic surroundings and long waits of a hospital Emergency Department—along with the higher copayments. Just telephone our Urgent Care Center and receive an appointment. (If you have a truly life-threatening condition, go to the Emergency Department.)

The CHP Urgent Care Center, located at the Centerville Place Health Center, is staffed by physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses. Medical problems appropriate for treatment at the Center are:

  • upper respiratory infections, ear infections, and sore throats
  • minor but acute illnesses that include high fever, nausea, or vomiting
  • minor trauma, including ankle sprains or cuts
  • urinary tract infections

 

Making It Easy to Get the Care You Need

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At Capital Health Plan, we strive to make it easy for you to get the care, tests and treatments you need. We continually look for new ways to improve the quality and accessibility of our services. Here are some of the ways that we have worked to make it easy for you to get care:

 

  • Capital Health Plan’s large network now includes over 125 Primary Care Physicians and over 300 Specialists.
  • Most local participating specialists do not require prior authorization for an appointment.
  • Preventive screenings such as mammograms and colon screenings do not require an authorization prior to the services.
  • Two CHP Eye Care Centers provide vision services when you need it.
  • CHP has a network of over 62,000 participating pharmacies nationwide to make it easy and convenient to fill your prescriptions.
  • When you need immediate care, CHP’s Urgent Care is available by appointment, Monday through Friday from 11am to 10pm, and weekends from 9am to 8pm.
  • CHPConnect allows you access to your medical information and test results 24/7.
  • While traveling outside the service area, CHP provides coverage for emergency services through Blue Cross Blue Shield providers nationwide.
  • Our local Member Services Staff is Available to Assist you and answer your questions.

 

CHP’s Urgent Care Center: Faster and Less Costly Than the Emergency Room!

Note: This article is over 60 days old, and may contain information that is out of date, or has been superseded by newer information.

If you need immediate care for a sickness or injury, consider calling CHP’s expertly staffed Urgent Care Center at 850-383-3382. You will bypass the hectic surroundings and long waits of a hospital Emergency Department—along with the higher copayments. Just telephone our Urgent Care Center and receive an appointment. (If you have a truly life-threatening condition, go to the Emergency Department.)

The CHP Urgent Care Center, located at the Centerville Place Health Center, is staffed by physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses.

Medical problems appropriate for treatment at the Center are:

  • upper respiratory infections, ear infections, and sore throats
  • minor but acute illnesses that include high fever, nausea, or vomiting
  • minor trauma, including ankle sprains or cuts
  • urinary tract infections

CHP Urgent Care Center Hours
Monday–Friday, 11 a.m.–10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday,
9 a.m.–8 p.m.
Holiday hours may vary.

Appointments
Call 850-383-3382