The Christ Hospital Urgent Care is located in Cincinnati just off the Red Bank exit of I-71. To learn more about our Urgent Care services and how to determine when it's appropriate to visit an Urgent Care or an Emergency Department, click the links below.
4440 Red Bank Expressway, Suite 110
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 8 p.m.*
Saturday - Sunday
9 a.m. - 7 p.m.*
*Last patient is registered 30-minutes prior to close time.
Walk-ins are welcome!
Closed major holidays
The Christ Hospital Urgent Care provides fast, convenient assessment and access to a regional network of expert physicians and services provided by Cincinnati’s Most Preferred Hospital. Our doctors and nurse practitioners bring emergency medicine expertise to your urgent medical situations, but with lower cost than an emergency department visit.
We’re located just off I-71 at the Red Bank exit in Cincinnati and have extended hours during the week and on weekends to allow you the flexibility of finding care when you need it (walk-ins are welcome). Our express check-in, as well as on-site X-ray and point-of-care lab testing, make the diagnosis and treatment process as convenient as possible.
Our services bridge the gap between those of your doctor’s office and the full scale services of the emergency department. Our doctors and nurse practitioners are board-certified.
A trip to Urgent Care means lower co-pays, or out- of- pocket expenses, than a visit to the emergency department (ED). The estimated cost of an urgent care visit is one-third to one-half that of an ED visit. We accept a wide range of commercial insurance and offer multiple payment options including cash, credit cards, medical savings plans, debit cards and checks.
Routine X-rays are available on-site during all business hours. Some imaging may require off-site scheduling. If so, our staff will gladly help secure a time and place that works best for you.
On-site lab services
Lab tests for strep throat, pregnancy, mononucleosis (mono), influenza (flu), urinalysis, hemoglobin and electrolytes are available on-site, and resulted at the time of visit. More complex tests may be sent to an outside lab and are generally reported to you within 72 hours.
Urgent Care or Emergency Department?
Our physicians and staff are available for a variety of medical conditions. Click here for all of our services.
Dial 9-1-1 if you feel your condition is life-threatening, or go straight to the
emergency department if you have any of the following warning signs:
Chest pain or pressure
Sudden or severe pain
Coughing or vomiting blood
Sudden paralysis of leg, arm or face
Sudden trouble speaking or understanding speech
Sudden loss of coordination or problems with balance
Blackouts/loss of consciousness
Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
Sudden dizziness, weakness or changes in vision
Severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea
Changes in mental status, such as confusion