Cano's Urgent Care Clinics For Your Immediate Needs

You can’t predict when your child will be hit with a bad cold or flu. Nor can you predict when your back will go out or when you’ll sprain your ankle. But you can plan for it by choosing Cano Urgent Care and keeping our telephone number handy for all eventualities. At Cano Urgent Care, we aspire to serve our community with a higher standard in urgent care and occupational medicine.

For all life threatening injuries, you should go immediately to your nearest emergency room, but for everything else--you can depend on our physicians and staff to ensure prompt, quality medical care of non-life-threatening, non-chronic conditions like these.

Urgent Care Center

 

Urgent Care Locations

Miami

Urgent Care Center

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 7:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Address

13768 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33184

Phone

(305) 551-0004

Pembroke Pines

Urgent Care Center

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 7:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Address

680 N. University Dr Pembroke Pines, FL 33024

Phone

(954) 538-6868

 

Urgent Care v.s. Primary Care v.s. Emergency Room 

Cano Health is a Primary Care Plus facility that offers an urgent care center. Centers that provide only Urgent Care can be an effective supplement to primary care, due to office hours that extend well into the evening and through the weekend. Most urgent care locations are staffed with at least one medical doctor, who is available to see patients any time the doors are open. However, you may be more apt to see a nurse practitioner or physician assistant rather than a doctor. If you need urgent care Monday-Friday from 9 to 7 p.m. or Saturday from 8 to 2 p.m., it is clear you will receive better and more complete service at Cano Health.

Primary Care

Primary care is no substitute for emergency room care if you have a medical emergency. Primary care is meant to be more routine and schedule based. Primary care physicians are important for these checkups, to establish your health and family history. Should you need a primary care provider, please see our primary care page or contact our offices.

Urgent Care

Urgent care clinics help fill a vital gap when you become sick or injured, but your regular doctor is not available and you can’t wait for an appointment. Colds, cuts and bruises, sport related injuries or other non-fatal ailments generally fall in the urgent care realm. So should your Cano Health primary care physician be unavailable, seek help at an urgent care facility.

Emergency Room

For life-threatening conditions, always seek emergency hospital care. There are times when it is not appropriate to visit Urgent Care and you should instead seek emergency medical attention. The most life threatening situations will call for an emergency room visit. These would be things like high or persistent fever, fainting, seizures, unconsciousness, or anything that seems life-threatening. These are conditions that are easily identifiable as dangerous and should be treated with the utmost care. If you think you are experiencing a life-threatening condition, call 911 or seek immediate medical attention at the nearest emergency department.

Need a Local Urgent Care?

Feel free to walk-in or schedule an appointment at one of our Urgent Care Locations. Need more information?

Q: Does Cano Health Urgent Care treat children?

A: Yes. UPMC Urgent Care welcomes patients of all ages.

Q: What do I need to bring with me when I visit UPMC Urgent Care?

A: When you visit Cano Health Urgent Care, please be sure to bring:

  • A form of identification
  • Your insurance card
  • A form of payment

We offer convenient payment options including cash, check, or credit card. Insurance co-payments are due at time of service.

Q: What insurance plans does Cano Health Urgent Care accept?

A: Cano Health Urgent Care accepts most major insurance. To find out if the Cano Health Urgent Care accepts your insurance plan, call the urgent care location prior to your visit for treatment.

Q: How much will my Urgent Care visit cost if I don't have health insurance?

A: If you do not have insurance coverage, we charge a flat fee of $115 to see a Cano Health Urgent Care physician. This also includes any on-site tests and procedures that you may need. This flat fee is due at the time of service.