Whether it’s a sprained ankle, a cough that won’t go away or something in between, SIH Urgent Care offers exceptional care. The experts treat a variety of conditions in a comfortable, convenient location, in front of Walmart at 2808 East Outer Drive, Marion, IL.

Why choose SIH Urgent Care?

With ultra-convenient office hours- the clinic is open late and offers weekend hours- patients can walk in and receive quick, professional medical attention. With minimal wait times, affordable services and unlimited flexibility, SIH Urgent Care is a smart, sensible choice. Appointments are not necessary.

Phone number 618.993.3817

Open 7 days a week to serve all of southern Illinois.

SIH Urgent Care is accredited by the Urgent Care Association of America.

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Sunday: 8am to 8pm

Services available:

  • Treatment for minor illness & injury
  • Sinus & allergy
  • Cold, cough, flu & sore throats
  • Ear infection
  • Cuts & minor burns
  • Minor fractures & sprains
  • Sunburns
  • Stings & bites
  • On-site x-rays
  • Sports physicals
  • Alcohol and drug testing
  • Flu shots
  • Occupational Health services provided by Work Care
  • And much more

What’s the difference between an Urgent Care and the emergency room?

The emergency room treats injuries that are serious or that may be life-threatening. The conditions and injuries below should be evaluated and treated in an emergency room:

  • Chest pain
  • Severe bleeding due to injury or trauma
  • Severe burns
  • Electrical shock
  • Fractures that are open

Need emergency care?

In a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 immediately.

This chart does not contain an exhaustive list of illnesses and injuries and should not be considered to be medical advice. If in doubt, always err on the side of caution. 

Illness/Injury Doctor's Office SIH Urgent Care Emergency Department
Major illness or injury (broken bones, burns, bleeding) x
Chest pain, shortness of breath, and other symptoms of heart attack or stroke x
Significant, uncontrolled bleeding x
No pulse     x
Labor    

x

Poisoning      x
Minor Fracture    x x
Animal bites   x x
X-ray   x x
Stitches   x x
Back pain  x
Sprains and strains 
Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea  x
Mild asthma  x
Minor headaches 
Foreign objects in eye or nose  x
Allergies  x
Bumps, cuts and scrapes  x x
Rashes and minor burns  x x
Fever  x x
Burning with urination  x x
Ear or sinus pain  x x
Eye irritation, swelling, pain  x x
Vaccinations  x x
Minor allergic reactions  x x
Cough and sore throat  x x
Cold or flue symptoms  x x x
Sunburns  x x x
Stings and bites x x x
Flu shots  x x x

Urgent Care Association (UCA), ucaoa.org/mpage/services

Treating patients 6 months and older.

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