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Crystal Run Healthcare: Your Neighborhood Urgent Care


As seen in the Sullivan County Democrat’s 911 Tab – March 28th, 2017

Crystal Run Healthcare: Your Neighborhood Urgent Care

For over a decade, Crystal Run Healthcare has been providing the residents of Sullivan County with access to superior urgent care when they need it the most. As an organization focused on the health and wellness of its community members, Crystal Run believes that offering patients convenient access to quality care is a top priority.  That’s why our Urgent Care facilities, located in five convenient locations including Rock Hill, are open 7 days a week, 365 days a year - even on nights and holidays.

Urgent Care at Crystal Run:

At Crystal Run, no appointment is needed, there are often less out of pocket expenses than a trip to the emergency room, and prescriptions are automatically sent into the pharmacy at the time of visit.  Keeping our patients’ convenience top of mind, Crystal Run Urgent Care also offers stand-by appointments with Pediatricians and Primary Care Physicians to ensure little to no wait times and provides patients with the opportunity to book appointments for follow-up care before leaving the facility. For patients who have not already established a Primary Care Physician (PCP), that can be done on-site, too. And in addition to offering onsite state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging– including CT, MRI, X-ray and Ultrasound – IV hydration, sutures, wound care, and injections are also accessible.

Your Urgent Care of Choice - Exceeding Benchmarks in Care:

The first Urgent Care to open in Sullivan County, Crystal Run Urgent Care is the most convenient and the only choice for you and your loved ones – providing the best quality and compassionate care possible.  We’ve cared for you for more than a decade, and we will continue to care for you for years to come.

Not only is our Urgent Care center managed by trained Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine Physicians at all times, but it is also operated by certified Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants –who treat patients of all ages.  What’s more, having a Physician available at all times is one of the many criteria that Crystal Run has met in order to be the only private practice Urgent Care in the region to be both accredited by The Joint Commission and an Accredited Urgent Care Center, as designated by the Urgent Care Association of America – reflecting our enduring commitment to providing the safest, highest quality of care to our patients in one place.

Perhaps what also sets Crystal Run apart is the practice’s commitment to offering greater access to quality care.  Our Urgent Care centers are connected to the practice’s multi-specialty group medical practice, giving patients access to renowned Physicians in nearly 50 medical and surgical specialties.  Additionally, the practice’s innovative electronic health records system seamlessly connects Primary Care, Urgent Care, and specialists, allowing providers access to Urgent Care records in order to offer patients a coordinated and dynamic healthcare experience.

When to Visit the Emergency Room vs. Urgent Care:

For many people, Crystal Run Urgent Care has been and continues to be the main place to visit for medical care for a variety of illness and injuries – especially on weekends or evenings when access to Primary Care isn’t always available.  So for after-hour mishaps that can’t wait, Crystal Run Urgent Care brings you a convenient alternative to the emergency room.  But for life threatening emergencies, such as chest pain or sudden, severe pain, it’s critical to always dial 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.  When you need immediate care, urgent care can help you with common conditions such as:  

  • Allergic Reactions (non-life threatening)
  • Animal Bites
  • Back pain
  • Broken Bones
  • Coughs, colds, sore throats, and ear infections
  • Diarrhea, with possible dehydration
  • Headaches
  • Fever or flu-like symptoms
  • Minor burns or injuries
  • Moderate asthma
  • Rash or other skin irritations
  • Sprains and strains
  • Urinary Tract Infections


And for true emergencies, the Emergency Room can handle trauma, surgical procedures, and other life-threatening situations, such as:

  • Chest pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Life-threatening allergic reactions
  • Life-threatening asthma
  • Severe bleeding or head trauma
  • Sudden loss of vision or blurred vision
  • Stroke

For more information about Crystal Run Urgent Care, visit our website at or call 845.796.5444.