We're ready for your next visit!
Island Hospital is taking extra measures to ensure the safety of our patients during the COVID-19 crisis. Here's what we are doing to make the hospital and our clinics safe for your next visit:
- Screening patients and staff upon entry into the building
- Requiring masks be worn by patients and staff
- Installing Plexiglas at all registration desks
- Additional sanitizing in high-touch areas
- Rearranging waiting areas so chairs are 6 feet apart
- Scheduling virtual visits, when appropriate
- Scheduling car checks, when appropriate
- Restricting visitors
Please call the clinic if you have any concerns. We are here for you!
Because sometimes you can’t wait for an appointment.
If you are unable to get an appointment with your regular provider, you can be seen at Island Hospital’s Walk-In Clinic with no appointment necessary. Our team of friendly healthcare providers can see you for minor illnesses or injuries that aren’t life-threatening, yet require medical attention now. We understand that seeing your primary care provider is always preferred, but sometimes, illness and injuries just can’t wait!
Our services are meant to compliment the care you receive from your primary care provider, on an urgent-needs basis. While we can’t treat life-threatening conditions, we can treat common medical conditions and help start your recovery process.
Common health concerns we treat includes:
Rash or minor allergic reaction
Scrape or minor cut
Sprain or strain
Urinary tract infection
And much more!
Where to go for care, emergency department or walk-in clinic?
- Stroke (facial “droop”, slurred speech or numbness in arm, leg or face)
- Chest pain
- Severe abdominal pain
- Coughing or vomiting blood
- Severe burns
- Severe bleeding
- Severely broken bones
- Sudden blurred vision
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Head injury with loss of consciousness
- Sudden dizziness or loss of balance
- High fevers
- Colds, flu or fever
- Sinus infections
- Sprains, strains or minor broken bones
- Eye infections
- Urinary tract infections
- Cuts or scrapes
- Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
When you or a loved one are sick or injured, knowing the best place to go for care is important. Should you go to the Emergency Department or would the Walk-In Clinic be a better option? We’ve compiled some everyday scenarios to help test your knowledge. Click the button below to get started.
In case of emergency
Do you need to request your medical record?
If you would prefer a paper copy of your medical record from Island Hospital, visit our Medical Records department.