If you are experiencing chest pain, severe shortness of breath or symptoms of a stroke, please call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Room rather than Urgent Care.
During the time of the Coronavirus Pandemic, you may wait in your vehicle instead of the waiting room and we will call your cell phone when it is time for you to be seen.
If you are experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness or have recently been exposed to
someone who is suspected to have COVID-19 or to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19,
please call prior to visiting the Urgent Care Department.
Hours of Operation:
Urgent Care Hours:
Monday through Friday
7:30 am-8:00 pm
9:00 am-6:00 pm
Hours Vary Please Call Ahead
Slocum-Dickson’s Urgent Care
Where a physician is always onsite!
Delivering prompt, personalized medical care for individuals over 2 years old for minor (non life-threatening) health problems such as sprains, broken bones, cuts, backaches, job-related injuries, and common illnesses.
Open to the general public,
7 days a week.
No appointment necessary.
Treating patients age 2 and older.
We maintain a full professional staff throughout our extended schedule supported by Slocum-Dickson’s full complement of diagnostic and treatment resources available on-site, including lab, x-ray, and physical therapy.
Urgent Care is located at the rear entrance of Slocum-Dickson’s Burrstone Road facility in New Hartford. We accept online check-in and walk in patients, so stop by anytime you need us. Our skilled Physicians, Nurse Practitioners or Physician Assistants will offer you the expert, personal care you need.
The Urgent Care hours are the same as the hours of the Laboratory and Radiology. However, please be aware that CT Scan and Ultrasound are available until 6pm on weekdays but not available on weekends.
Routine Physicals by appointment only, call Employer services (315) 798-1758.
We’re happy to conduct physicals for summer camp, sports, college entrance, pre-employment, DOT, life insurance, and other routine matters.
Slocum-Dickson Urgent Care is now able to do a limited amount of RAPID ANTIGEN COVID-19 tests in the office for patients with symptoms who need to be tested and treated.
Symptomatic Individuals who have various signs of COVID-19 (e.g., shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fever, cough, sore throat, headache, muscle pain, etc. should call ahead to our Urgent Care department so that we can give you specific instructions for your visit based on your individual needs. These patients may be eligible to have a rapid test done in the Urgent Care office and then immediately be seen for other illnesses such as strep throat, ear infections, etc. Patients who have a negative rapid test will then have a second test called a PCR done in our laboratory using the same swabs to confirm the negative COVID-19 results.
We remain committed to keeping our well patients safe! All patients with symptoms suspicious for COVID-19 will be escorted directly to exam rooms and will not sit in the waiting room. Special cleaning, air purification, and decontamination time for rooms between patients will decrease risks as much as possible.
If your have signs or symptoms of COVID-19, please call our office for further information and instructions.
Treatments & Services
We are able to meet the needs and requirements of your company for:
- Executive Physicals
- Pre-Employment Physicals
- Company Physicals
- Department of Transportation / I.C.C.
We also provide the following services:
- RADIOLOGY (X-RAY)
- DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING
- PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTING