Monday thru Thursday:
5 pm - 7 am next day
Friday evening, 5 pm thru Monday Morning,
7 am & Major Holidays
Urgent CareSCCIPA Members have several alternatives to obtain urgent care:
For Medical Questions that are NOT an Emergency
During Office Hours:
Call Your Primary Care Physician (PCP). Your doctor may want to see you immediately or schedule an appointment.
With OnCall Advice. SCCIPA members can get medical advice even when their doctor's office is closed. OnCall Advice is a toll-free service, available nights, weekends and major holidays. Call 1-888-4SCCIPA for advice on what to do and where to go for treatment. Your doctor or another SCCIPA doctor is available 24 hours a day either directly or through the advice line.
A SCCIPA Urgent Care Center can also be used if you have a medical problem that needs attention.
If your Emergency requires Immediate Attention
Medical Emergencies require immediate medical attention because of an unforeseen injury or a sudden or worsened illness that could permanently damage a patient's health if treatment is delayed. They typically include inpatient or outpatient services, which, if not provided, could result in serious medical complications.
- Call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
- It is important to notify your Primary Care Physician of any emergency room visit or hospitalization within 24 hours or as soon as possible.
*Please refer to your HMO materials for the exact terms and conditions of your benefit coverage.