New Safety Protocol

  • All bags/belongings entering the Emergency Department will be searched.  It is suggested that patients only bring necessary items (e.g. Keys, ID, Phones)
  • All Patients entering the Emergency Departments will be Screened via a security wand
  • Patients entering the ED Treatment area will be provided a gown
  • Visitation Update - One visitor per patient (children may have both parents).  Visitors will be subject to wanding and are asked not to bring any belongings into the ED with them.  If they choose to bring in bags they will be subject to a search.
  • At this time, all protocols are not currently in effect at Athol Hospital. Full implementation is planned to begin in the coming days.

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Urgent Care

The Right Care, Right When You Need It

Urgent Care Hours

Heywood Urgent Care & Tully Walk-In Care
Monday through Friday
8:00 am -7:30 pm

Saturday and Sunday
9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Closed on the following holidays:
New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, & Christmas Day.

We are open 9:00am-4:30pm on the following holidays:
President's Day, Patriot's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July & Labor Day.

Heywood Healthcare is committed to providing high-quality, convenient and affordable medical treatment to the North Central and North Quabbin communities. Heywood Urgent Care and Tully Walk-In Care offer walk-in treatment for everyday illness and injury, including cuts, sprains, fever, sore throats, ear aches and cold symptoms, with no appointment required. 

Heywood Urgent Care and Tully Walk-In Care (a service of Heywood Medical Group) offer an experienced staff of physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants seven days-a-week to provide quality care and convenience.

What Care is Right for Me?

Go directly to the Emergency Room or call 9-1-1 for serious illness, chest pain or pressure, difficulty breathing, suspected stroke, severely broken or severed limbs, unconsciousness, convulsions or seizures, severe bleeding, poisoning, burns or any life-threatening emergency.

Primary Care

  • Acute illness (sinus infections, rash, upper respiratory infections, pink eye)
  • Annual physicals
  • Checkups – well child
  • Chronic pain
  • Depression/anxiety (Ongoing, non-life threatening psychological concerns and medications)
  • Follow-up care after Emergency Room visit
  • Follow-up care Urgent Care visit
  • Medicare wellness exams
  • Medication refills
  • Pap smears
  • Persistent cold symptoms
  • Persistent orthopedic injury or pain
  • Preventative care
  • Return to work/school clearance after initial injury/illness evaluation
  • Routine immunizations
  • Wart removals

Urgent / Walk-In Care

  • Acute illness (sinus infections, rash, pink eye)
  • Allergic reactions (Mild, non-life threatening)
  • Broken bones or minor fracture
  • Insect bites, minor animal or human bites  (no concern for rabies)
  • Mild asthma or COPD exacerbations
  • Mild-moderate back pain or injury
  • Minor burns
  • Minor gastrointestinal problems (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea)
  • Minor head injuries with no loss of consciousness
  • Minor lacerations, contusions, abrasions
  • Skin infections and rashes
  • Sprains/Strains
  • Upper respiratory problems (sore throat, earache, sinus symptoms, fever)
  • Urinary tract infections

Emergency Care

  • Abdominal pain (sudden or severe)
  • Blood clot concerns
  • Choking
  • Dehydration
  • Diabetic emergencies
  • Fever – elderly or young children (under 6 months)
  • Head pain (sudden or severe)
  • Heart attack symptoms (severe chest/jaw/mid back pain, sweating, shortness of breath)
  • Loss of consciousness (with/without head injury)
  • Open fractures
  • Severe lacerations (cuts)
  • Severe pain
  • Severe shortness of breath asthma/COPD exacerbations
  • Sudden vision changes or severe eye pain
  • Suicidal or homicidal thoughts or plans
  • Stroke symptoms (sudden dizziness, weakness, numbness, loss of coordination, word slurring, balance, or vision problems)
  • Trauma (Motor vehicle/pedestrian or vehicle/bicycle injuries or accidents, falls of more than 10 feet, multisystem injuries)