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St. Luke's now offers virtual urgent care services seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., if appropriate depending on your symptoms.
If you're an existing St. Luke's patient, simply log in to your MyChart account, answer a few questions about your symptoms, and begin a virtual visit with the next available St. Luke's primary care provider.
You may still have to wait a bit, as you would at an in-person urgent care clinic, but you'll be waiting wherever you choose.
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