Need Care? Where You Go Matters

Savvy shoppers know how to get what they want at the best value – and that applies to health care, too. Knowing what level of care to access will save you time, money, and headaches. Don’t walk out with an unexpected bill. Consider your options when you need minor medical attention. For a complete overview of all our levels of care, visit CHIhealth.com/Care.

 
IN PERSON
QUICK CARE

Monday-Friday, 7 am – 7:30 pm

Saturday-Sunday, 9 am – 5 pm

Located in several area Hy-Vee stores offering walk-in minor medical care for patients ages 18 months and older. Services include health screenings, tetanus shots, treatment for minor illnesses and more. Most major insurances accepted.

CHIhealth.com/QuickCare

 
IN PERSON
PRIORITY CARE

Every day, 8 am – 8 pm

Located at select CHI Health Clinics,we offer prompt, high-quality medical attention when your provider is not available - and you pay no more than a regular primary care visit - including copays! No appointment is necessary.

CHIhealth.com/PriorityCare

 
AT HOME
VIRTUAL QUICK CARE

24 hours/7 days a week

Health care via phone or video for $35 or most major insurances accepted. Receive consultations for minor medical conditions and even prescriptions - all from the comfort of your home!

CHIhealth.com/VirtualCare or 402-717-1255

 
IN PERSON
CHI HEALTH CLINIC

Looking for a primary care provider, pediatrician, OB/GYN or other specialist? Visit CHIhealth.com/Clinic to meet our providers and view

video introductions online. Find the perfect provider for you and your family today.

CHIhealth.com/Clinic

If you put your health on hold laFor emergencies, dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

 

Your Healthy Future Starts Now

If you put your health on hold last year, you’re not alone. Four in 10 US adults delayed medical care in 2020.* Your wellbeing is just as important today as it was before the coronavirus swept the country. Health care providers are eager to see you for good reason – delaying care can mean time lost while prediabetes turns into diabetes or a new cancer goes undetected.

“When COVID-19 cases are high, we are able to take care of patients virtually and over the phone. But we want to see you,” said Darcy Jones, PA-C, CHI Health Physician Assistant. 

“Things like cancer screenings and even making sure we are getting accurate blood pressure readings – those are important aspects of managing your care,” she said. The good news is you can catch up. Whether it’s routine care or a follow-up visit, make an appointment today and get back to the healthiest you.

Don’t have a primary care doctor? Start here: CHIhealth.com/Clinic

healthyfuture

Darcy Jones, PA-C

Quick Care