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Urgent Care Wait Times

Not sure if you need to be seen in person?

We're seeing very crowded waiting rooms at both our emergency department and urgent care locations. If your child does not need emergency care we recommend scheduling an appointment with your primary care physician or you can visit our 24/7 Virtual Urgent Care.

Use this chart to help you decide if your child needs to be seen in person.

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Burnet Campus

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Urgent Care Hours

9am - 12am, Open 365 days a year

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Liberty Campus

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Urgent Care Hours

M, T, W, Th, F 6pm - 12am
Sa, Su Noon - Midnight
Open 365 days a year
Holidays Noon - Midnight

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Anderson

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Urgent Care Hours

M, T, W, Th, F 6pm - 11pm
Sa, Su 12pm - 7pm
Closed Holidays

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Green Township

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Urgent Care Hours

M, T, W, Th, F 6pm - 11pm
Sa, Su 12pm - 7pm
Closed Holidays
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Mason

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Urgent Care Hours

M, T, W, Th, F 6pm - 11pm
Sa, Su 12pm - 7pm
Closed Holidays

Preparing for Your Visit

Whether you’re coming to our Burnet Campus, Liberty Campus, or one of our neighborhood locations, the team at Cincinnati Children’s wants the experience to be as smooth and comfortable as possible for you and your child.

We can help guide you through each step of the way during your child’s visit. Learn more about:

Patient Resources

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Cincinnati Children's provides wide range of resources and services to help you and your family before your visit, during your child's stay and after your return home. We can help you:

  • Identify support groups and summer camps for specific healthcare needs.
  • Find spiritual guidance and emotional support or request an ethics consultation.
  • Receive information to manage your hospital bills through one of our financial assistance programs.
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Community Impact Report

In fiscal year 2021, Cincinnati Children's delivered over $425 million in community benefit services to provide treatment and promote health and healing. 

Diagnosed at 2 years old with spastic cerebral palsy (CP), Vincent has made great strides since successful selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) surgery at Cincinnati Children's.

The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for anyone 6 months or older.

Trey is doing well one year after FETO surgery at Cincinnati Children's improved his lung growth following a diagnosis of severe congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH).