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No appointment needed. Last patient admitted 15 minutes before closing time. We stop drug screen collections three hours prior to closing time. Have Questions?

Monthly Medical Update

The month of May brings the transition from spring to summer in Nebraska. Our clinics can help you beat those spring or summer maladies like allergies, rashes, bites and stings, etc. We can treat your minor injuries, whether they occur at home, work, or play. Count on us for prompt, walk-in care any day in May (or in any month.)

What We Treat

We provide a variety of health care services for you, your family, and your business. We treat your minor injuries and illnesses when they occur- things that do not need to be seen in a hospital emergency room, but still do need medical attention. For very young infants (under three months old) we recommend they be seen in a pediatrician’s office.

Minor Illnesses

  • fever
  • coughs
  • runny nose
  • body aches
  • sore throat
  • ear ache
  • infections
  • rashes
  • nausea
  • etc

Minor Injuries

  • cuts and scrapes
  • sprains and strains
  • possible broken bones
  • inflammation and irritation
  • on-the-job accidents
  • etc

Evaluative & Preventative Medical Care

  • physicals for sports and activities
  • drug screens (*limited hours)
  • flu shots
  • tetanus shots
  • TB testing
  • blood draws for lab tests
  • blood pressure checks
  • etc

All three clinics are equipped with:

  • Computerized x-ray technology, which is faster and less cumbersome than traditional film
  • On-site lab services (including strep, flu, mono, pregnancy, urinalysis) so you will have results of many blood and other tests within minutes, instead of days; additional lab testing also available
  • E-screen drug testing service
  • EKG (electrocardiogram)
  • defibrillator
  • nebulizer
  • etc

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Bellevue Crossroads Rockbrook

Have Questions?

Urgent Care Network Omaha clinics (Bellevue, Crossroads, Rockbrook) offer a variety of urgent care medical services to take care of you, your family, your friends, and your business. We provide medical care that fits your schedule. Find answers to some commonly-asked questions here:

IS THIS AN EMERGENCY ROOM?

No, Urgent Care Network clinics are not emergency rooms. We take care of minor injuries or illnesses that need medical attention. If you have a serious, life-threatening condition such as a possible heart attack or stroke, severe bleeding, head trauma, breathing problems, are unresponsive, etc, you need to call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room.

DO YOU ACCEPT MY INSURANCE?

Urgent Care Network clinics participate with most insurance plans, but we urge you to call the phone number on the back of your card to verify that we are in-network. Patients need to have their insurance card/ info and valid photo ID in order to file to insurance. You will be responsible for paying your co-pay at the time of service. Any amount remaining after your claim has been processed by your insurance company will be billed to you. We do accept Medicare, but we can only accept Nebraska Medicaid.

DO I NEED AN APPOINTMENT?

No. Urgent Care Network clinics are open on a walk-in basis, seven days a week, including holidays.

WHAT IF I DON'T HAVE INSURANCE?

For patients without insurance, we ask for a $100 deposit when you check in. You have two payment options after your final bill is determined: 1) Pay the remaining amount that day and receive a 15% discount on the total bill, OR, 2) We can set up a payment plan to spread out the remaining payments up to three months.

WHAT IS THE URGENT CARE NETWORK OF OMAHA?

We are a locally-owned group of three urgent care clinics. Bellevue Urgent Care opened in 2009, Rockbrook Urgent Care opened in 2011, and Crossroads Urgent Care opened in 2016. Our group is not affiliated with any larger medical corporation or hospital, which gives us freedom and flexibility to take good care of you.

HOW LATE ARE YOU OPEN?

We are open Monday- Saturday from 8:00AM- 8:00PM, and on Sunday from 8:00AM- 4:00PM. However, we admit our last patient of the day 15 minutes prior to our scheduled closing time. This end-of-day policy allows us to give adequate time to treat our patients and also enables our staff to get home at a consistent time. Due to government regulations, we stop drug screen collections three hours prior to closing time.