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Primary Care Weekends

Walk-In Care That's Quick, Convenient and Close to Home

Primary Care Weekends offers walk-in care services at the Latrobe and Norwin locations from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Please note, Primary Care Weekends at Frick Hospital is only open on Saturdays.


Excela Square at Latrobe
100 Excela Health Drive, Suite 301
Latrobe, PA 15650
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Mount Pleasant

*Only open on Saturdays.
Frick Hospital
508 S Church Street
Mt Pleasant, PA 15666
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North Huntingdon

Excela Square at Norwin - South Entrance
8775 Norwin Avenue
North Huntingdon, PA 15642

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Primary Care Weekends is your stop for convenient medical care when your doctor isn't available. You'll find the same, high quality care you've come to expect from our Excela Health Medical Group doctors along with easy access to x-ray, blood work and more, if needed.

What We Treat at Primary Care Weekends

  • Coughs, Colds, Flu
  • Sinus and Ear Infections
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Minor Cuts, Burns and Lacerations
  • Seasonal Allergies, Mild Asthma
  • Sprains, Strains and Broken Bones
  • Fever and Sore Throat
  • Skin Infections, Rashes, Bug Bites
  • Pink Eye and Other, Mild Eye Complaints
  • Nebulizer Treatments

We also provide camp, sports and school physicals for children and driver's license physicals. COVID-19 testing will be performed on symptomatic patients, when deemed necessary after an evaluation by the provider

Click here to learn more about what insurance we accept.

When You Shouldn't Use Primary Care Weekends

Primary Care Weekends is an extension of your primary care, not for life-threatening illness/injuries or chronic care. Primary Care Weekends is not a walk-in COVID testing center. Only patients experiencing symptoms of COVID will be tested, when deemed necessary after an evaluation by the provider

If you believe you, or a loved one, is experiencing chest pain, coughing or vomiting blood, difficulty breathing, severe headache or any other serious health issue...

Go to the nearest hospital emergency room or call 9-1-1.

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