WHY URGENT CARE?

We are committed to treating acute illnesses or injuries that are non-life-threatening and do not require hospitalization. If you have a minor emergency, Urgent Care is a convenient and cost-effective alternative to the congestion and extremely high costs of the local Emergency Room. We are excited to be able to provide this service to the Lincoln, CA and Granite Bay, CA communities. We’re here for you!


THE URGENT CARE EXPERIENCE
Conditions we treat: Non-life-threatening
Environment: Friendly, clean & professional
Fees: Affordable
Follow-up care provided: Yes
In-house medication: Yes, with no wait time
Insurance accepted: Most insurances & affordable rates for uninsured
Wait time: Minutes

THE ER EXPERIENCE
Conditions treated: Life-threatening
Environment: Stressful
Fees: Expensive
Follow-up care provided: No
In-house medication: No
Insurance accepted: Most insurances accepted, no special rates for the uninsured.
Wait time: Hours
FIVE STAR REVIEWS

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT OUR SERVICES


Their registration and check-in were efficient, and waiting time was short!


– BRENDA C.


Most friendly and efficient staff! They were so fast and we were seen within 15 minutes!


– KRISTIN A.


Great staff, friendly and prompt. Clean and you feel like family.


– LETICIA L.


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Lincoln Urgent Care and Granite Bay Urgent Care are full-service urgent care centers with onsite x-ray and laboratory testing. Our team is dedicated to providing patients with affordable and timely care for their urgent care needs.

Lincoln Urgent Care
77 Lincoln Boulevard Suite 1
Lincoln, CA 95648
Phone: (916) 258-2751
Fax: (916) 258-7172

Granite Bay Urgent Care
5290 Douglas Blvd
Suite 102
Granite Bay, CA 95746
Phone: (916) 570-7265
Fax: (916) 200-2412

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