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Urgent Care

When you use "On My Way," it tells us you're coming to Urgent Care so we can reduce your wait time and better prepare for your visit. Please note that wait times are based on our best estimate, and we need to see patients based on the severity of their illness. Using "On My Way" doesn't guarantee a scheduled time slot, but we do our best to accommodate all our patients.

View estimated wait times by location.

Providing Care When You Need it Most

You don't get sick or injured on a schedule. So getting help shouldn't be on one either. That's when Urgent Care in Geneseo comes in handy!

At Urgent Care, we treat patients of all ages for conditions typically treated during a primary care physician office visit. The Clinic is staffed with a nurse practitioner or physician assistant, as well as a nurse, to provide the high-quality, professional care you need.

Digital X-rays can be done, and lab work started, if indicated.

If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

At the conclusion of your appointment, you will receive thorough instructions for continuing your care at home and following up with your primary care physician. Noyes will keep your primary care physician informed by faxing or mailing the patient care report to the provider's office.

We encourage you to arrive at the clinic well ahead of closing time. We accommodate as many patients as our providers can manage while allowing enough time for the provider to complete all of their documentation in a timely manner. In the event that you are not able to be seen at Urgent Care, you have the option of visiting our Emergency Department at Noyes Hospital in Dansville, which is open 24 hours.

Where we are located

Urgent Care in Geneseo Geneseo Urgent Care Sign and building

Noyes Health Services
50 E. South Street
Geneseo, NY 14454
(585) 243-9595

Every day, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Walk-ins available, no appointment needed.
Lab and imaging services available at this location.


We accept all patients regardless of their ability to pay for services.

Some insurance companies require that they be notified of a visit to an urgent care or after hours provider. Others may require pre-authorization for Xrays or other procedures. Contact your insurer for details.

Note: This facility is not intended to treat life threatening illnesses or injuries. Patients requiring emergency medical treatment should proceed immediately to the hospital emergency department or call 911.

Finding the Appropriate Care

This information can help you choose where to go for medical treatment when you need it the most.

Primary Care Doctor

Call your primary care office first for common illnesses, when you or your child is looking or feeling sick.

  • Fever, infections or flu-like symptoms
  • Sore throat, cough
  • Back pain or minor pain
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Anxiety or depression
  • Asthma
  • Bladder infections/UTI
  • Headaches/Earaches
  • Gynecologic conditions/discharge
  • Minor injuries or burns or sprains
  • Rash
  • Help with long-term illness or conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure
  • Missed or irregular periods
  • Prescriptions
  • Checkups and vaccinations
  • School physicals
  • Drug/Alcohol abuse


Urgent Care

Urgent Care providers treat conditions that aren't life threatening, yet need to be taken care of right away.

  • Abdominal pain
  • Allergies
  • MILD Allergic reactions such as rash
  • Animal and insect bites
  • Coughs and colds
  • Diarrhea
  • Earaches
  • Flu symptoms
  • Infections
  • Minor cuts, lacerations and burns
  • Nausea
  • Rashes
  • Sore throat
  • Sports injuries
  • Sprains/strains
  • Upper respiratory infections
  • Urinary tract infections

Emergency Department

Visit an emergency room for treatment of severe or life-threatening emergencies.

  • Chest pain
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Severe allergic reactions such as difficulty breathing or swallowing.
  • Sudden or severe pain
  • Bleeding that won't stop
  • Breathing that is very labored
  • Severe allergic reactions
  • Head injury
  • Stroke- for more information:
  • Seizures
  • After a serious accident
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Other major trauma