Virtual visits now available. You may be able to schedule a virtual visit with your provider. For more information, call your doctor’s office.
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St. Mary’s Urgent Care

For when it’s urgent, but not an emergency.

St. Mary’s Urgent Care Clinic provides immediate care for conditions that are not life-threatening, and offers shorter average wait times than the emergency room. Come see us when you need convenient, same-day care for cuts, sprains, strains, fever, and illnesses.

Phone: 207.330.3900
Location: 791 Turner Street, Auburn (next to Aspen Dental by the Auburn Mall)
Hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7 days/week

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Virtual Visits Now Available

Virtual Visits

Our Urgent Care remains OPEN to patients with non-COVID-19 related needs. During these challenging times we are taking measures to make your visit safe. We now offer virtual telehealth visits for select medical concerns from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day.  

Why a Virtual Visit?

A virtual video visit can help you with minor medical conditions when you are unable to come for an in-person visit.

Is It Secure?

Your virtual visit takes place over a secure, confidential line. Your privacy is assured.

Who Can Be Treated?

We can treat adults and children with our virtual visits. However, if a child is being treated, a parent/legal guardian must be present during the visit. Our providers are licensed to practice medicine in Maine. Therefore, you must be physically located in Maine during your the virtual video visit. (View the consent form.)

Some of the Conditions Treated with Virtual Visits

  • Tick/insect bites or stings
  • Coughs and colds
  • Minor allergic reactions
  • Minor burns
  • Skin rashes/poison ivy
  • Sty of the eyelid
  • Finger/toe infections
  • Minor skin infections
  • Lip/mouth sores
  • Medication refills per Urgent Care policy
  • COVID-19 evaluation and testing

Conditions that should be seen in-person include: Chest pain; bleeding/lacerations; abdominal/pelvic pain; breathing difficulty (shortness of breath); stroke symptoms (weakness, paralysis, confusion); STD/pregnancy concerns; Workers’ Comp conditions; mental health crisis; and children younger than 5 years old.

What You'll Need to Get Started

  • A reliable internet connection
  • A webcam and a desktop computer, laptop, Android device, or iPad/iPhone that meets the following minimum requirements:
    • PC: Windows 7 or later
    • Mac: macOS (OSX) 10.11 or later
    • iPad/iPhone: iOS 10 or later
  • Compatible browsers if using a desktop computer, laptop, or Android device:
    • Firefox v.47 or later
    • Chrome v.50 or later

View a patient guide to learn more about our virtual visit partner or view these FAQs.

Call Tips

  • Have a good Internet connection
  • Restart your device before your visit
  • Choose a quiet room and limit noise and distractions

In-Person Visits

Skip the Wait - Save Your Spot

Using your smartphone, tablet or computer, you can now make an online reservation for a time of your choosing at St. Mary’s Urgent Care. Our ontarget timing system will update you via texts, allowing you to arrive right before your appointment time.


Current Wait is:



Reserve my spot

Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time to check-in.

All insurances, cash and credit cards accepted. Payment due at time of service.

Please dial 9-1-1 for any medical problem that appears life-threatening.

St. Mary's Health System • 93 Campus Avenue • Lewiston, ME 04240