Paris EZ Care (Urgent Care/Walk-in Clinic)
EZ Care is a weekend, walk-in medical clinic located in the Paris Family Medical Center. It is similar to an immediate or urgent care clinic found in retail stores, offering convenient, non-emergency medical care. View treatment list
- Open Saturday & Sunday, 9 am to 4 pm (closed 12:30 to 1 pm)
- No appointments
- Treating patients three months and older
When should I use EZ Care?
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Our Paris, IL urgent care clinic treats minor, non-emergency health conditions such as ear, nose and throat infections, flu symptoms, pink eye, rashes, burns, and bug bites in patients three months and older.
Our EZ Care walk-in clinic also provides camp, sports, and school physicals with limited vaccinations (for children ages four and older). Parental consent and a current vaccination record are required. Well-baby/child visits are not administered.
How does EZ Care work?
EZ Care is staffed by board-certified nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Because EZ Care is an urgent care clinic and not an emergency department, patients are treated on a first-come, first-served basis, regardless of their reason for treatment or severity of condition. No appointments are taken.
Laboratory and radiology services are available in the event tests are ordered. EZ Care does not refill maintenance prescriptions.
Following your visit to EZ Care, all follow-up care will be performed through your primary care physician, who will be notified of your EZ Care visit.
Do I go to EZ Care or the emergency department?
EZ Care is a walk-in, non-emergency medical clinic that treats minor health conditions. If you have an emergency, call 911 immediately. Whether you go to EZ Care or the emergency room is initially your decision. Keep in mind that an emergency department treats the sickest patients first–not on a first-come, first-served basis–and longer wait times can sometimes be expected. The nurse practitioner on duty at EZ Care will ultimately determine whether your condition should be treated in the clinic or the emergency department.
EZ Care Providers
Susan Arp, FNP
Debbie Griffin, FNP
Angela Hamilton, FNP
James Pitts, PA
Samantha Volstorf, FNP
Crystal White, FNP