Gypsum Urgent Care is not currently offering urgent care services at this time. Patients needing urgent care for minor illnesses or injuries should go to Colorado Mountain Medical clinic in the Eagle Healthcare Center.
COLORADO MOUNTAIN MEDICAL
Eagle Healthcare Center
377 Sylvan Lake Rd #210 | Eagle, CO,
Accepting walk-in and same-day appointments for urgent care services.
Vail Health Urgent Care in Avon and Colorado Mountain Medical Urgent Care clinics in Vail and Eagle treat cough, cold, fever and flu symptoms, respiratory or urinary tract infections, stomach illnesses and dehydration, ear, eye, nose and skin irritations and minor burns, cuts, scrapes and sprains.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911 and get to Vail Health's Emergency Department.
Now you can let us know you are coming to Avon Urgent Care. An online scheduled visit may be delayed if the clinic is experiencing a high walk-in volume and/or severe patient cases. You will receive texts with updated scheduling information if delays are necessary.
Vail Health offers a 75% discount at our Avon Urgent Care location for Eagle County residents. If you do not have insurance and cannot afford to pay the cost of your medical care and treatment, please inform the Urgent Care staff during your visit.
Emergency Department or Urgent Care?
- Heart attack
- Severe chest pain
- Severe bleeding
- Shortness of breath
- Severe abdominal pain
- Altitude sickness
- Respiratory and urinary tract infections
- Cough, cold, fever and flu symptoms
- Minor cuts and burns
- Minor fractures, strains and sprains
- Stomach illness and dehydration
- Persistent chest pain, especially if it radiates to your arm or jaw or is accompanied by sweating, vomiting
- Chest or upper abdominal pain or pressure
- Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath
- Confusion or changes in mental status, including suicidal thoughts
- Any sudden or severe pain, particularly in the abdomen or starting halfway down the back
- Sudden clumsiness, loss of balance, fainting or dizziness
- Sudden difficulty speaking, or trouble understanding speech
- Sudden weakness or paralysis, especially on one side of the face or body
- Severe heart palpitations
- Sudden, severe headache
- Sudden testicular pain and swelling
- Newborn baby with a fever (a baby less than three months old with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher needs to be seen right away)
- Falls that cause injury or occur while taking blood thinning medications
- Sudden vision changes, including blurred or double vision and full or partial vision loss
- Broken bones or dislocated joints
- Deep cuts that require stitches — especially on the face — or a large open wound that won’t stop bleeding
- Head or eye injuries
- Severe flu or cold symptoms
- High fevers or fevers with rash
- Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy
- Severe and persistent vomiting or diarrhea
- Serious burns
- Seizures without a previous diagnosis of epilepsy
- Blood in your stool or urine
- Uncontrolled bleeding
- Coughing or vomiting blood
- Infection with severe symptoms
- After-hours care for minor illnesses or injuries if no other option is available