Urgent Care at Elgin
Wateree Executive Park, (I-20 at Exit 87)
White Pond Road
We know that life is full of little mishaps. Bumps and bites. Coughs and cuts. Itches and aches. They never happen when it’s convenient. And who has time for them? We know you don’t.
Now, you have another choice for healthcare that’s designed to fit perfectly into your busy life -KershawHealth Urgent Care at Elgin. Open when you need us, including evenings and weekends. Conveniently located just off I-20. And best of all, you never need an appointment.(Please call to check our schedule on holidays.)
Urgent Care is perfectly designed for everyone - parents, kids, singles. Perfect for before work, after school, and Saturday mornings. Perfect for you.
Perfect for little mishaps like these and more:
- Cold, flu or sore throat
- Sinus and ear infections
- Allergic reactions
- Sprains and strains
- Simple cuts and burns
Convenience You Can Trust
Convenience is wonderful, but more than anything, you want healthcare you can trust. KershawHealth Urgent Care at Elgin is staffed with board-certified physicians from the minute we open until the minute we close. So you’ll receive the comprehensive, attentive care you want anytime you walk in. The only thing you won’t get is a long wait.
In addition, unlike many urgent care centers, we have a full range of diagnostic technologies on site, including a comprehensive lab, CT, open MRI and digital x-ray. Because we think there’s no reason you should sacrifice the latest technology for convenience.
Just Minutes Away
Conveniently located just off I-20, we're just a quick trip from NE Columbia, Sandhills, Pontiac, or Camden. And if you live or work in Elgin or Lugoff, we're easy to reach from Highway 1 or the frontage road. So you can stop by on your way to or from work, school or shopping. It's that easy.
Monday - Friday
7:30 am - 7:30 pm
Saturday - Sunday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
No Appointment Necessary
When Urgent Care Isn’t Enough
Of course, certain instances call for more than urgent care can provide. This includes any situations that cause severe symptoms or put your health or life at serious risk, including heart attacks, poisonings, and severe bleeding. In these cases, you’ll want to call 911 or go directly to the KershawHealth Medical Center emergency room in Camden. Remember, urgent care is not a substitute for emergency care.