Heywood Urgent Care Center
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 7:30 pm / Saturday & Sunday: 9 am - 4:30 pm
Closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
We are open 9 am - 4:30 pm on the following holidays: President's Day, Patriot's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day.
Heywood Urgent Care is located at 266 Main Street, Gardner, MA. For more information, please contact (978) 669-5959.
Heywood Healthcare is committed to providing high-quality, convenient and affordable medical treatment to the North Central and North Quabbin communities. The new center offers 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, a service of Heywood Medical Group, offers 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?
|Primary Care||Urgent/Walk-In Care||Emergency Care|
|Acute illness (sinus infections, rash, upper respiratory infections, pink eye)||Acute illness (sinus infections, rash, pink eye)||Abdominal pain (sudden or severe)|
|Annual physicals||Allergic reactions (Mild,
|Blood clot concerns|
|Checkups – well child||Broken bones or minor fracture||Choking|
|Chronic pain||Insect bites, minor animal or human bites
(no concern for rabies)
non-life threatening psychological concerns and medications)
|Mild asthma or COPD exacerbations||Diabetic emergencies|
|Follow-up care after Emergency Room visit||Mild-moderate back pain or injury||Fever – elderly or young children (under 6 months)|
|Follow-up care Urgent Care visit||Minor burns||Head pain (sudden or severe)|
|Medicare wellness exams||Minor gastrointestinal problems (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea)||Heart attack symptoms (severe chest/jaw/mid back pain, sweating, shortness of breath)|
|Medication refills||Minor head injuries with no loss of consciousness||Loss of consciousness (with/without head injury)|
|Pap smears||Minor lacerations, contusions, abrasions||Open fractures|
|Persistent cold symptoms||Skin infections and rashes||Severe lacerations (cuts)|
|Persistent orthopedic injury or pain||Sprains/Strains||Severe pain|
|Preventative care||Upper respiratory problems (sore throat, earache, sinus symptoms, fever)||Severe shortness of breath asthma/COPD exacerbations|
|Return to work/school clearance after initial injury/illness evaluation||Urinary tract infections||Sudden vision changes or severe eye pain|
|Routine immunizations||Suicidal or homicidal thoughts or plans|
|Wart removals||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)|
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.