Baystate Health Urgent Care


Open 7 Days a Week | Most Insurance Accepted

News & Events

Read the latest news and updates from Baystate Health Urgent Care.

For media inquiries, contact Lisa Campisi, Director of Marketing & Communications, at 617-376-7436.

January 26, 2020: Workers’ Comp Services Now Available

Baystate Health Urgent Care locations in Longmeadow, Feeding Hills, and Springfield are now accepting Workers’ Comp claims for first visits. This provides local employees access to our high-quality care if injured on the job, and a cost-saving alternative for local employers.

Employees can expect direct access fast, X-rays on-site, and accurate processing of their claim to get them back on track and back to work fast. Our three locations and convenient hours make it easy to get treatment 7 days a week.

October 4, 2019: Flu Season is Here!

…and with it, we have created a brief overview of the flu shot that answers these questions:-
Who can get a flu shot?
Why get a flu shot?
How do we give the flu shot?  
We can provide flu shots to everyone in your family ages 6 months and older, with no appointment necessary.
Come in today to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Enhancing Health.  Enhancing Lives.

July 17, 2019: Baystate Health opens new Urgent Care facility in Westfield

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by: Mike Masciadrelli

WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Monday was the grand opening of Baystate Health’s Urgent Care in Westfield.

Baystate Health said new technology will allow patients to get the care they need more quickly.

The building is located at the former site of Noble Health Express on Union Street. Noble Express Care closed at the end of March, and Baystate Health renovated the building.

Baystate Urgent Care Westfield includes state-of-the-art x-ray machines, five exam rooms, and a faster check-in process.

Dr. Brian Sutton, Medical Director of Baystate Health Urgent Care, told 22News, “Everything is faster now. The registration part is faster, patients can populate information on their laptops so when they come in they can do it on their cell phone. We can get them in the back here faster so they can see a provider faster.”

Dr. Sutton told 22News they can help patients with non-emergencies, like cuts and persistent colds. You should not seek urgent care if you have a major trauma or any severe symptoms.

Dr. Sutton also said they’ve switched from paper to electronic record keeping to keep track of patients’ health records.