What is Urgent Care?
The De Paul Urgent Care Clinic is the place you can go to see a doctor for non-life-threatening medical issues. You may need urgent care when you:
- Need after-hours medical care
- Cannot get an appointment with your primary care physician (PCP)
Urgent Care at St. Louise Regional Hospital
The De Paul Urgent Care Center is the only walk-in clinic in Morgan Hill. Our urgent care center provides fast, easy access to medical care for non-life-threatening conditions. If you are having an emergency, call 911 immediately.
De Paul Health Center Medical Office Building
Urgent Care Center
18550 De Paul Drive, Ste. 109
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Open 7 days a week:
- Monday to Friday: 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- Weekends/holidays: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (limited appointments or walk-in service)
Why Choose the De Paul Urgent Care Center?
Advantages that the De Paul Urgent Care Center provides include:
- Expert care: Emergency physicians run the De Paul Urgent Care Center, providing a higher level of care than you would find at retail or drugstore clinics.
- Convenience: You can see a doctor after normal business hours, or you can come visit us when you cannot get an appointment with your primary care physician (PCP). The De Paul Urgent Care Center is also open on weekends and holidays.
- Hospital support: Physicians will immediately transfer any emergencies to the St. Louise Regional Hospital emergency department. The urgent care center also has several other specialties in the same building, including cardiology, primary care and orthopedics.
When to Go to Urgent Care
Patients should visit the De Paul Urgent Care Center for all non-life-threatening cases, including:
- Minor injuries and cuts, including sports injuries and sprains
- Colds, flu and fever
- Strep and sore throat
- Earaches, ear infections and sinus infections
- Minor lab work, EKG (electrocardiogram) and X-ray
- Headaches and rashes
- Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
When to Go to the Emergency Room
Patients should use the emergency room for serious or life-threatening emergencies. Emergency room care is expensive and inefficient for non-life threatening conditions. In addition, you will most likely have an extended wait for care.
However, you should go directly to the emergency department at St. Louise Regional Hospital for life-threatening or serious conditions such as:
- Chest pain
- Signs of a stroke such as:
- Difficulty walking, speaking or understanding
- Paralysis or numbness in the face, arm or leg
- Major bleeding
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Sudden, unexplained loss of consciousness
- Broken bones
What to Bring to the De Paul Urgent Care Center
When visiting our center, you should bring:
- Driver’s license or photo ID
- Insurance card (if you have insurance)
- Credit card, check or cash for the copay or visit fee
- A list of your medications, or the medications themselves
For more information, call the De Paul Urgent Care Center at 408.782.1216.