6 Stony Hill Road Bethel, CT 06801

Danbury CT Urgent Care

Danbury CT Urgent Care

Urgent Care Walk-in Clinic Serving Danbury, CT

Beyond Urgent Care offers immediate treatment for urgent medical conditions. For issues that are not emergencies, but require treatment within 24 hours, you can visit our facility for health care delivered by board-certified doctors. Quality care. Professional staff. No wait times. Our clinic serving Danbury is open 7 days a week.

We serve Danbury residents from our Bethel location:
6 Stony Hill Rd
Bethel, CT 06801

Call us Now: (203) 456-8000

Insurance Accepted

Our goal is to provide the best care to as many as possible. Beyond Urgent Care serving Danbury, accepts most insurances. If you would like to inquire about accepted insurance, please call 203-456-8000. Please don’t forget to bring your insurance ID card, and driver license to your visit.

Affordable Treatment

At Beyond Urgent Care, we understand that accidents, illnesses and injuries can happen unexpectedly. That’s why we are dedicated to providing affordable care so your finances don’t suffer as well. We provide quality care while avoiding emergency room cos

Quality Care

Our Board-Certified physicians and professionally-trained are dedicated to providing you the highest quality care. Expect attentive treatment, short wait times and professional care from our team in the Bethel office. We proudly serve the Greater Danbury area with our Urgent Care.

Urgent Care Services Available:

 

X-Rays

Fractured and broken bones can occur in simple sports injuries to violent motor vehicle accidents. If you think you may have a broken or fractured bone or are unsure, we offer complete x-ray services for Danbury residents.

Allergy Testing

Runny nose? Itchy and swelling eyes? Shortness of breath? Beyond Urgent Care offers professional allergy testing and treatment by our local Allergist. We offer immunotherapy to help you build a tolerance for offending allergens, helping gradually diminish your symptoms.

Poison Ivy and Rashes

It is common for people to have an allergic reaction to poison ivy, but some develop severe symptoms. If you are experiencing difficulty breathing, blisters, or intense rashes, please call our clinic. We serve all of Greater Danbury.

Flu Shots

It is suggested that Flu Shots are administered annually to everyone over the age of 6 years by the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, back in 2010. “Flu Season” is known to run from October to May as it affects millions of people across the country. To prevent yourself and family members from suffering of influenza, visit Beyond Care Facility for your flu vaccinations.

Diagnostic Testing

Beyond Urgent Care provides a variety of diagnostic tests and lab services to address various illnesses and conditions. Our diagnostic testing includes: lab cultures, full lab panels, pregnancy diagnosis, hepatitis testing, STD testing and influenza testing.

Sports & Camp Physical

If your child participates in recreational sports, community activities or is going off to camp, a physical is often required. A physical examination is a health check-up, ensuring your child is at minimum risk for serious injury while partaking in extracurricular activities.

Tick & Lyme

Tick & Lyme season lasts from the spring all the way into the fall. If you’ve been outdoors and begin suffering from fever/chills, headaches, fatigue, muscle weakness, nausea or questionable rashes, it could be a sign of Lyme Disease. Lyme’s Disease left untreated can cause serious, lifelong health conditions. Visit our clinic, serving Danbury, for lyme testing and treatment.

 

Beyond Urgent Care – Bethel, is part of the larger Beyond Urgent Care network. A network of professional Urgent Care clinics run by board-certified physicians. Our goal is to give the highest quality care to our patients while providing affordable services.

We Offer Treatment for:

*Accidents and falls

*Sprains and strains

*Moderate back problems

*Breathing difficulties (i.e. mild to moderate asthma)

*Bleeding/cuts — not bleeding a lot but requiring stitches

*Eye irritation and redness

*Fever or flu

*Vomiting, diarrhea or dehydration

*Severe sore throat or cough

*Minor broken bones and fractures (i.e. fingers, toes)

*Skin rashes and infections

*Urinary tract infections