Urgent care price transparency

See our “prompt pay” rates for Urgent Care clinics in your region.

Northern Colorado

Includes clinics in Ft. Collins, Loveland, Longmont and Greeley

UCHealth Urgent Care clinics offer affordable, prompt pay rates for Urgent Care visits starting at $155. Prompt pay rates are subject to market variations based on the location of the Urgent Care clinic.  All prompt pay fees are due to at the time of service.

All urgent care visits include a thorough, problem-focused exam with a provider. If clinically indicated and ordered by the provider, some diagnostic testing and medication may be included when services are performed and/or administered in the Urgent Care clinic. See below for inclusions by service level (list is not exhaustive).

Level One – Simple ($155)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Pregnancy test
  • Urinalysis (urine screening)
  • Blood glucose via Glucometer
  • Mononucleosis test

Level Two – Moderate ($185)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Strep test
  • Ear lavage (ear wax removal)
  • Medication and administration
  • X-ray (1 set)

Level Three – Complex ($275)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • IV fluids
  • EKG
  • X-ray (2-3 sets)

Level Four – Extensive ($350)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Laceration repair; may include tetanus booster
  • X-ray (4 sets)
  • Procedures, where available, to include, but not limited to: toenail removal, incision and drainage, and joint injection/aspiration

Metro Denver

UCHealth Urgent Care clinics offer affordable, prompt pay rates for Urgent Care visits starting at $155. Prompt pay rates are subject to market variations based on the location of the Urgent Care clinic.  All prompt pay fees are due to at the time of service.

All urgent care visits include a thorough, problem-focused exam with a provider. If clinically indicated and ordered by the provider, some diagnostic testing and medication may be included when services are performed and/or administered in the Urgent Care clinic. See below for inclusions by service level (list is not exhaustive).

Level One – Simple ($155)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Pregnancy test
  • Urinalysis (urine screening)
  • Blood glucose via Glucometer
  • Mononucleosis test?

Level Two – Moderate ($215)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Strep test
  • Ear lavage (ear wax removal)
  • Medication and administration
  • X-ray (1 set)

Level Three – Complex ($275)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • IV fluids
  • EKG
  • X-ray (2-3 sets)

Level Four – Extensive ($350)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Laceration repair; may include tetanus booster
  • X-ray (4 sets)
  • Procedures, where available, to include, but not limited to: toenail removal, incision and drainage, and joint injection/aspiration

Colorado Springs and Castle Rock

UCHealth Urgent Care clinics offer affordable, prompt pay rates for Urgent Care visits starting at $130. Prompt pay rates are subject to market variations based on the location of the Urgent Care clinic.  All prompt pay fees are due to at the time of service.

All urgent care visits include a thorough, problem-focused exam with a provider. If clinically indicated and ordered by the provider, some diagnostic testing and medication may be included when services are performed and/or administered in the Urgent Care clinic. See below for inclusions by service level (list is not exhaustive).

Level One – Simple ($130)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Pregnancy test
  • Urinalysis (urine screening)
  • Blood glucose via Glucometer
  • Mononucleosis test

Level Two – Moderate ($170)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Strep test
  • Ear lavage (ear wax removal)
  • Medication and administration
  • X-ray (1 set)

Level Three – Complex ($250)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • IV fluids
  • EKG
  • X-ray (2-3 sets)

Level Four – Extensive ($310)

Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Laceration repair; may include tetanus booster
  • X-ray (4 sets)
  • Procedures, where available, to include, but not limited to: toenail removal, incision and drainage, and joint injection/aspiration