Directory > Urgent Care Centers
For urgent conditions that do not meet the layperson's definition of an emergency, all EmblemHealth plan members have access to network urgent care centers.
To find a list of network urgent care centers, use the Find a Doctor tool on our website at www.emblemhealth.com/find-a-doctor. You may also call Member Customer Service to obtain this information.
Vytra plan members should visit www.emblemhealth.com or call the EmblemHealth Customer Service line at 1-866-409-0999.
For more information on urgent care centers, please visit the Urgent Care Centers section of the Care Management chapter.
Glossary terms found on this page:
Means a medical or behavioral condition, the onset of which is sudden, that manifests itself by symptoms of sufficient severity, including severe pain, that a prudent layperson, possessing an average knowledge of medicine and health, could reasonably expect the absence of immediate medical attention to result in (a) placing the health of the person afflicted with such condition in serious jeopardy, or in the case of a behavioral condition, placing the health of such person or others in serious jeopardy; (b) serious impairment to such person’s bodily functions; (c) serious dysfunction of any bodily organ or part of such person; or (d) serious disfigurement of such person.
Acronym for Medicare Advantage. An alternative to the traditional Medicare program in which private plans run by health insurance companies provide health care benefits that eligible beneficiaries would otherwise receive directly from the Medicare program.
An individual and each of his or her eligible dependents, including Medicare beneficiaries who are enrolled or participate in a benefit program and who are entitled to receive covered services from the practitioner pursuant to such benefit program and the terms of the practitioner's agreement.
The group of physicians, hospital, and other medical care providers that a specific plan has contracted with to deliver medical services to its members.
Services received for an unexpected illness or injury that is not life threatening but requires immediate outpatient medical care that cannot be postponed. An urgent situation requires prompt medical attention to avoid complications and unnecessary suffering or severe pain, such as a high fever.