Hours: Monday–Saturday, Noon - 10 p.m.
SPECIAL NOTICE:The Lake Hills Urgent Care clinic is currently serving walk-in patients only during regular business hours.
COVID-19 Vaccine: The COVID-19 vaccine is not available at any Overlake Urgent Care location. Visit our vaccine information page for more information.
Overlake's Community Resource Clinics are open to those experiencing respiratory illness (such as cough, fever, or sore throat) or concerns related to COVID-19. The Bellevue - Downtown, Bellevue - Lake Hills, Issaquah, Newcastle, Redmond and Sammamish urgent care clinics serve as community resource clinics.
We appreciate your continued support of Overlake Medical Center & Clinics. Thank you for partnering with us for your healthcare.
Hours: Monday–Saturday, Noon–10 p.m.
The following urgent care locations see patients for any medical concerns, and also serve as Overlake’s Community Resource Clinics for COVID-19 symptoms and testing:
Bellevue - Downtown, Bellevue - Lake Hills, Issaquah, Newcastle, Redmond and Sammamish.
Testing for those who have not had symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 14 days and have not been exposed to someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 is available at any Overlake Clinics Urgent Care location. Re-testing (for work, school, etc.) after receiving a positive COVID-19 test is not available.
Please note: All Overlake Urgent Care locations utilize the PCR nasopharyngeal swab for COVID-19 testing. Results may take up to 72 hours to be returned. It is the patient’s responsibility to ensure this is an acceptable form of COVID-19 testing for their needs.
Please provide your information below and we’ll reserve your place in line, allowing you and your family to wait more comfortably at home—or wherever is convenient—until your estimated arrival time. For your convenience, you will receive updates and reminder text messages about your urgent care visit once you’re in line.
Patients who get in line online will be given an estimated time to see the provider upon arrival. Occasionally, it may be necessary to move a visit time back due to patients presenting in-clinic with a life-threatening illness or injury. Thank you for understanding.