Our Immediate Care Clinic in Forest Grove offers quick access to medical care for minor illnesses and injuries.
Conditions we treat
Our immediate care providers have the expertise to treat common medical issues for you and your family, including:
- Cold, cough and flu symptoms
- Minor cuts requiring stitches
- Infections: ear, urinary, skin
- Minor broken bones and fractures
- Minor burns
- Minor injuries: sprains, strains
- Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
- Skin rashes: poison ivy, shingles, scabies
You can also see us for:
- Back and neck pain
- Immunization: tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (Tdap)
- Physicals for sports, schools and camps
We are not taking walk-in patients at this time. Please call 503-359-6180 to schedule a same-day appointment.
At the Hillsboro Medical Center Immediate Care Clinic, Forest Grove, we offer patients 3 months of age and over same-day treatment for common health concerns.
Our providers offer high-quality care for non-emergency needs that respect your beliefs, values and cultural background.
We accept most health insurance. To be sure you are covered, we recommend contacting your health plan provider directly.
Our clinic does not treat major broken bones or multiple fractures, chest pain, extreme dizziness, or other life-threatening conditions. If you are experiencing a health care emergency, please visit your nearest emergency room or call 911.
Call the Immediate Care Clinic to schedule your virtual visit.
Billing and insurance
We are a preferred provider for several health plans. To be sure you are covered, we recommend contacting your insurance provider directly.
This is not emergency care
Patients suffering from accidental poisonings, behavioral health or chemical dependency issues, or those who are victims of a crime, should go to a hospital emergency department.
Our clinic does not provide routine narcotic refills, nor treat major broken bones or multiple fractures, chest pain, extreme dizziness, or other life-threatening conditions.
If you are experiencing a health care emergency, please visit your nearest emergency room or call 911.