Orleans Community Health of Albion

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The Orleans Community Health Center in Albion provides Urgent Care and a wide range of Primary Cares services, including Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Women’s Health, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Laboratory blood draws.  

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URGENT CARE HOURS

 Monday- Friday: 8 am- 8 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 3 pm
Sunday: 9 am – 3 pm
 Open Most Holidays

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PRIMARY CARE HOURS
Family Medicine
Pediatrics
Women’s Health
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 am – 6 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 5 pm

Physical Therapy:  
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7 am – 6 pm; Tuesday and Thursday 7 am – 4 pm
Laboratory Blood Draws:
Hours: Monday – Friday 8 am – 4 pm, Closed 12:30 -1:00 for lunch, Saturday 8 am – 12:00 pm
General X-Rays
Hours: Monday – Friday 8 am – 5pm

14789 Route 31 (at Butts Road)
Albion, NY 14411-9709
 Telephone: 585-589-2273
Fax: 585-589-1876

 Choosing between Emergency Room treatment and Urgent Care

When should I go to Urgent Care?
Urgent Care medical conditions are ones that are not considered to be life threatening emergencies but still require care within 24 hours. Examples of conditions that can be treated in an Urgent Care setting may include:

Minor injuries
Bleeding/cuts requiring stitches
Eye redness or irritation
Broken bones
Urinary tract infections
Upper respiratory tract infections
Fever or flu
Sore throat
Skin rashes
Skin infections
Sprains and strains
Mild to moderate asthma  

When should I go to the Emergency Room or call 911?

In general, an emergency is any medical condition considered that may threaten life or limb, or cause permanent impairment. Examples of conditions that should be treated in an Emergency Room include:
Difficulty breathing
Chest pain or pressure
Unconsciousness
Heavy or uncontrolled bleeding
Poisoning
Moderate to severe burns
Convulsions or seizures
Serious head, neck or back injury
Loss of limb
Fever in newborn (less than 3 months old)
Severe abdominal pain