141A Danbury Road New Milford, CT 06776

Brookfield CT Urgent Care

Brookfield CT Urgent Care

Urgent Care Walk-in Clinic Serving Brookfield, CT

Beyond Urgent Care offers quick treatments for serious medical problems. You can visit our facility for non-emergencies that need immediate treatment, and you can receive health care from board certified doctors. Our Brookfield clinic is open 7 days a week. We have a professional staff, and we always focus on the quality of care. Our patients do not have long wait times.

We serve Brookfield residents from our New Milford location:

New Milford, CT
141A Danbury Road
New Milford, CT 06776

Call us Now: (203) 456-8000

Insurance Accepted

We are committed to offering excellent care. Beyond Urgent Care serving Brookfield, accepts most insurances. If you have any insurance questions, you can reach us at 203-456-8000. Please remember to bring your insurance identification card and driver’s license..

Affordable Treatment 

At our clinic, we understand that illnesses and accidents can happen unexpectedly. That is why we are committed to giving our patients affordable care. Health care services should not drain your finances. We want to help you avoid costly emergency rooms.

Quality Services

Our Board-Certified medical professionals always give our patients quality care. Our patients can expect short wait times and attentive treatment from our staff in the Brookfield office. We proudly serve the Brookfield area with our urgent care services.

Urgent Care Services Available:



Broken and fractured bones are common sports and motor vehicle injuries. If you think you have a fractured or broken bone, you can inquire about our complete x-ray services for Brookfield residents.

Allergy Testing

Do you have a runny nose or watery eyes? Do you constantly deal with shortness of breath? At our clinic, our allergist offers professional allergy testing and treatment. We also provide immunotherapy services to help you increase your tolerance of offending allergens. The treatments will gradually diminish your allergy symptoms.

Poison Ivy and Rashes

Many people have allergic reactions to poison ivy, and some people develop severe symptoms. If you have rashes, blisters or shortness of breath, please call our clinic. We offer services in all of Greater Brookfield.

Flu Shots

The CDC recommends an annual flu shot to everyone over the age of six. The flu is usually rampant from October until May, and the illness affects millions of people. Our medical professionals can help you lower your risk of getting the flu. For vaccinations, you can visit our Beyond Care Facility.

Diagnostic Testing

We offer our patients a variety of lab services and diagnostic tests. Our patients can select full lab panels, lab cultures, influenza testing, std testing, hepatitis testing and pregnancy testing.

Sports & Camp Physical

If your children participate in community activities or recreational sports, a physical is usually a medical requirement. The examination is a safety requirement. Your child needs to be in great health to participate in some strenuous extracurricular activities. If you skip the physical, an underlying health issue could go undetected.

Tick & Lyme

Tick & Lyme season lasts for several months. Most people are infected between the fall and the spring. If you have been outdoors, and you are dealing with a fever, chills, fatigue, muscle aches or nausea, you could have Lyme disease. If the condition is not treated, the illness can cause lifelong health issues. Visit our clinic, serving Brookfield, for Lyme testing and treatment.


Beyond Urgent Care – New Milford, 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