6 Stony Hill Road Bethel, CT 06801

Newtown CT Urgent Care

Newtown CT Urgent Care

Urgent Care Walk-in Clinic Serving Newtown, CT

Beyond Urgent Care offers quick, quality treatment for urgent medical issues. You can also visit our clinic for fast and professional treatment for non-emergencies that require a doctor’s attention within 24 hours. We have professional and respectful staff, board-certified doctors, and very short wait times. Our Newtown clinic is open every day of the week.

We serve Newtown residents from our Bethel location:

Bethel Facility
6 Stony Hill Rd
Bethel, CT 06801

Call us Now: (203) 456-8000

Insurance Accepted

We want to provide quality care to all of our patients, so we accept most types of insurance. If you have a question about your insurance, you can call our office. When you come to our Newtown urgent care, make sure to bring your insurance ID card and your driver’s license..

Affordable Treatment

When you come to Beyond Urgent Care, you receive high-quality care while avoiding the cost of an emergency room. Illnesses and injuries often happen unexpectedly at inconvenient times. We understand how stressful this can be, and we don’t want you to have to worry about your finances as well.

Quality Care

All of our physicians are board-certified and have extensive experience. When you come to our Newtown urgent care center, you will have a short wait time and an attentive and professional doctor.

Additional Urgent Care Services:

 

X-Rays

If you’ve been in some type of accident and think you may have a fractured or broken bone, you can visit our Newtown office for complete X-ray services. Broken bones should be treated right away, and you can avoid a long wait by visiting our urgent care.

 

Allergy Testing

If you experience a runny nose, itchy eyes, shortness of breath, or other allergy symptoms, you can visit our office. Beyond Urgent Care employs an allergist who can test you for allergies and provide treatment. We also offer immunotherapy, which can help you build up a tolerance for allergens.

 

Poison Ivy and Rashes

It’s normal to have an allergic reaction to poison ivy, and most people can take care of it with some over-the-counter medicine. However, if you experience severe symptoms like blisters, difficulty breathing, or intense rashes, visit our Newtown clinic as soon as possible for treatment.

 

Flu Shots

Everyone over the age of six should receive flu shots every year. Flu season affects millions of people every year between October and May. You can prevent yourself from catching the flu by visiting Beyond Urgent Care for a flu shot.

 

Diagnostic Testing

We offer a wide range of diagnostic testing services, including pregnancy diagnosis, hepatitis testing, STD testing, influenza testing, lab cultures, and full lab panels. You can visit our urgent care center to have these tests with expert doctors and a short wait time.

 

Sports & Camp Physical

Most sports programs and summer camps require a physical to participate. This ensures that the child isn’t at risk for a serious injury or illness. If your child needs a physical for sports or for a camp, you can come to Beyond Urgent Care in Newtown.

 

Tick & Lyme

Tick season lasts from spring until the fall. Common symptoms of Lyme disease include fatigue, headaches, muscle weakness, fever, and nausea. If you’ve spent time outdoors and are experiencing these symptoms, visit Beyond Urgent Care right away to be tested for Lyme disease. If Lyme disease goes untreated, the symptoms can worsen and can result in serious health concerns.

 

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