Welcome to Fast Track

What is Fast Track?

Fast Track is an Emergency Department extension that focuses on immediate medical attention for conditions outside of a traditional emergency room. Fast Track primarily treats injuries and illnesses that can’t wait for a regular provider, but are not serious enough for the ER.

  • No appointment necessary, walk-ins are welcome.
  • Open seven days a week, including evenings and holidays.
  • Treating a variety of non-life-threatening conditions and other general medical needs that arise in unforeseen situations.
  • Fast Track wait times are often much shorter than the ER.

What to Bring?
  • Photo ID, Payment Method, Insurance Infomation.
  • Parent or Guardian present for minors (Parental Authorization Form if not accompanied by parent).
  • Important Notes: Medication, allergies, pre-existing conditions.

When to visit: Fast Track vs. Emergency Department

When injuries and illnesses happen, it’s important to know where to go or take your family member.

Emergency care is required during emergency condition when a life-threatening condition may require advanced treatment, such as a heart attack or stroke, a serious head injury, or other severe trauma.

Fast Track is designed for those non-life-threating conditions that require immediate medical attention. Fast Track also frees up the Emergency Department to receive others who have more critical conditions.


If you have a life threatening injury or illness, immediately call 911 or proceed to your nearest Emergency Care Service.

Use the following columns to determine which care setting is most appropriate for your child.


Fast Track

Non-life-threating conditions:

  • Back Pain
  • Concussion
  • Cut
  • Injuries
  • Asthma
  • Cold/Flu Symptoms
  • Minor Burn
  • Stings
  • Vomiting
Emergency Department

Potential Life-threating conditions:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Altered mental states
  • Chest Pain or Pressure
  • Coughing/Vomiting Blood
  • Difficulty Breathing
  • Drug Overdose/Poisoning
  • Headache
  • Loss of Vision
  • Seizures
  • Severe Allergic Reactions
  • Severe Bleeding
  • Severe Burn (including burn to eye, electrical or acid burns, infections or blister)
  • Severe Head/Spinal Injury
  • Suicidal feelings or thoughts
  • Sudden difficulty speaking or weakness on one side of the body
  • Pregnancy-related issues

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