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Butler Urgent Medicine is a walk-in, first come, first serve clinic for minor emergencies such as cuts, nosebleeds, foreign body objects, and injuries. We also provide care for sudden onset illnesses such as sore throats, urinary tract infections, colds and coughs, and sexual health. Please see our extensive list of services.

You never need an appointment – in fact, we don’t take appointments, just walk on in. You won’t be seeing a NP or PA – you’ll be sent directly to one of our physicians.


We are open Monday – Friday from 9 AM to 7 PM. Please arrive before 6:30 PM as this is our “last call.”

We are also open Saturdays, from 9 AM to 2 PM, with last call at 1:30 PM as this is our “last call.”

We may be closed on certain holidays (see list below), and may also be closed at times due to inclement weather. Follow us on Facebook or check our Google Business page for updates.

Holiday Hours & Closures

We are closed all major national holidays and well as sometimes for weather.

We update our Facebook page and Google with those changes and closures.

While it may be inconvenient at times, please forgive us as our small clinic takes some much needed time to visit friends and family members during this holiday season. We hope you enjoy the season to it’s fullest, and stay safe and healthy!

Urgent Care

We can handle all of your urgent care needs, but Butler Urgent Medicine isn’t a replacement for a Primary Care Physician. Due to legal, insurance, and time constraints, we’re only allowed to handle one problem per visit, though you can return the next day for a different issue if necessary.

Urgent Care is our specialty however in a rural community with limited access to primary care physicians and appointments our goal is to get everyone access to medical care! While not considered a primary care office, we will help start care, solve problems, manage care from specialists, refer you when your needs outstretch what our office can provide and do whatever we can to give you the care you need. Please understand that as a small private practice we may have to refer you for specialty or complex care.

For emergency medicine, such as life threatening injury, heart attack, stroke, or more, dial 911.