Warrenton Urgent Care
Convenient, one-stop, walk-in medical care

Warrenton Urgent Care

If you feel you have a serious, life-threatening illness or injury that requires immediate medical care, CALL 911 or go to the nearest hospital.
If you need to get tested for COVID-19, make an appointment with the CMH COVID-19 Testing Lab, 503-338-4656. Appointments are available M-F, 2:30 to 4 p.m., for people who are showing symptoms. There is no walk-in testing availability.
If you need work or school-related testing, please go through the Clatsop County Health Department. They are currently offering drive-thru testing M-F, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Camp Rilea (33168 Patriot Way, Warrenton). Appointments are required — call 503-325-8500.

Quality Urgent Care in Warrenton

1639 SE Ensign Lane, Suite B103 Warrenton, OR 97146 Phone: 503-338-4500

CMH Urgent Care in Warrenton, Oregon, is on U.S. Highway 101, near Home Depot and Walmart at 1639 SE Ensign Lane.

Convenient locations, on-site lab and x-ray services, make all CMH Urgent Care Clinics an easy option for walk-in medical care in Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington (see all our locations).

CMH Warrenton Urgent Care is conveniently located with the CMH Warrenton Primary Clinic near Staples and Petco, just off U.S. Highway 101 in Warrenton, Oregon. Our doctors and nurse practitioners provide urgent medical care to infants, children and adults on a first-come, first-serve basis.

When you visit CMH Warrenton Urgent Care, you will receive the high-quality care with compassion that you’ve come to know from CMH and its clinics. We serve all people, regardless insurance coverage, and offer a number of payment options.

Common reasons to visit Urgent Care include:

  • Flu and colds
  • Coughs and sore throat
  • High fevers
  • Vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain
  • Cuts and severe scrapes
  • Broken bones
  • Minor injuries and burns
  • Sports injuries
  • … and more

You should go directly to the Emergency Department anytime you think you or someone else could be significantly harmed or die unless medical care is given immediately—that’s an emergency.

While some signs might seem to be obvious emergencies, at other times a life-threatening situation isn’t so apparent. Experts say it’s best to err on the side of caution and seek emergency medical help if you’re unsure.

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