Rockbrook Urgent Care provides you with prompt, personal, and professional medical care. We treat your minor injuries and illnesses when they occur- things that do not need to be seen in a hospital emergency room, but still do need medical attention. Our clinic also provides many well-care services for your convenience. Our Patient Services tab lists many of the things we treat and offer.
Rockbrook Urgent Care can be your business health partner, too. We provide many occupational health services, including worker compensation care. Find out more on our Employer Services tab.
Rockbrook Urgent Care is open seven days a week, including all holidays. We are open Monday- Saturday from 8:00AM- 8:00PM, and on Sunday from 8:00AM- 4:00PM. We are open every holiday- hours vary by holiday. Please note, however, that we check-in our last patient of the day 15 minutes prior to scheduled closing time. We are a walk-in medical clinic, so no appointment is needed.
Rockbrook Urgent Care is easily accessible from anywhere in the greater Omaha area. We are located two blocks south of 108th & West Center Road, across from the main entrance to the Rockbrook Village Shopping Center. This is just off the West Center Road east exit of both Interstates 80 and 680.
Rockbrook Urgent Care accepts most major insurances, and is a preferred provider for many plans. We are a BlueCross BlueShield Select Provider. We also provide care for patients covered by Medicare and Nebraska Medicaid. For us to file with any coverage, however, you must have your insurance card and valid photo ID at time of service. For those people without insurance, we can offer a cash-pay discount or payment plan, but a minimum $100 downpayment is usually required. Our costs are comparable to a trip to a primary care physician and are significantly less than charges incurred for treatment of minor illnesses and injuries in an Emergency Room.
Rockbrook Urgent Care is NOT an emergency room. For serious or life-threatening medical conditions- such as chest pain, severe bleeding, head trauma, unresponsive persons, etc- call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room.