The Iowa Clinic offers Urgent Care in West Des Moines and Ankeny. Our Urgent Care clinics are open seven days a week with an average wait time of less than 30 minutes. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday: 7 AM – 7 PM; Saturday & Sunday: 8 AM – 3 PM.
Our Approach to Urgent Care
The Iowa Clinic offers the only Urgent Care in the Metro that is part of a multispecialty clinic which means you can be confident if something more serious is going on, our urgent care providers have direct and easy access to a team of specialists - often times in the same location.
At The Iowa Clinic, we believe that everyone should be able to obtain easily accessible medical care when they are sick or hurt. Our Urgent Care staff we will ensure that your treatment records are available to your primary care physician to facilitate effective and accurate follow-up care.
Our walk-in care services are second to none. Be sure to have your medical information readily available so that we can provide the most effective care. This should include a full list of your medications that you are currently taking. It will help our doctors quickly and accurately evaluate your health status. Also, bring your insurance card, the name of your primary care physician and photo identification such as a valid driver's license or an Iowa ID.
Services & Treatments
If you have a serious medical condition like a heart attack, stroke, head injury, severe bleeding or another significant trauma, your first action should be to call 911. You should never take a chance with a life threatening condition.
No appointment necessary and you do not have to be a regular Iowa Clinic patient.
- Dr. Joe Hawk is now seeing patients at our West Des Moines Urgent Care clinic.
- Drs. Tim Colby and Matt Otis are now seeing patients at our Ankeny Urgent Care Clinic.
The Iowa Clinic Urgent Care is capable of treating many, non-emergent, problems such as:
- Sore throats, sinus infections and other minor illnesses
- Sprains, strains, fractures and dislocations
- Urinary tract infections
- Abdominal and back pain
- Upper respiratory infections
- Asthma and COPD exacerbation
- Cuts and minor burns
- Skin rashes and infections
- Post-surgical infections
- IV hydration and IV antibiotic administration