Pulse Urgent Care Center

Our providers treat a range of minor emergencies from cuts, broken bones, allergies, and stomach aches to headaches, rashes, fever and sore throats. Pulse Urgent Care Center was founded in 2010 by a group of local physicians to fill a growing need of the community for walk-in and urgent medical care. Since then, it has steadily grown and built an impeccable reputation in Shasta County.

We are conveniently located in the center of Redding. An experienced and well-trained team of providers and urgent care staff will take pride in giving YOU and YOUR family comprehensive medical care.

Here is a list of commonly treated illnesses and injuries:

Walk-in appointments available


Monday–Friday: 8am–6pm
*Last patient accepted at 5pm.
Saturday: 9am–5pm
*Last patient accepted at 4pm.
Sunday: Closed
Closed major holidays.

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Benefits With Our Service

At Pulse Urgent Care, we provide you with a lower-cost alternative to visiting a hospital emergency room. We promise you excellent care in a comfortable urgent care setting. We have a digital X-ray and a lab on-site. Our average door-to-door times are usually under one hour (compared with a wait of several hours at an emergency room)

It’s our privilege to serve you.

Pulse Urgent Care Building

Common Questions About Urgent Care

Pulse Urgent Care is a favorable alternative to an emergency room when you need to be seen for a critical, but non life threatening illness or injury. There are several reasons why we are the ideal choice, including: Faster Care, More Affordable, Personalized Care
First of all, urgent care is not emergency care. For life-threatening issues, such as profuse bleeding, chest pain, or head injuries, go to the nearest hospital ER as soon as possible. However, if a health concern is pressing, but not life-threatening, Pulse Urgent are is the place to go. We’re open six days a week to treat your urgent health problems.
Any time you have a question or worrisome health concern, you should contact your physician at Pulse Urgent Care.
You’ll get seen promptly, avoiding the long waits common to emergency room care. Additionally, the doctors at Pulse Urgent Care will assess your vital signs (temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, and temperature), update your medication and surgical history, assess your symptoms and examine the area where your complaint centers (your swollen and painful ankle, for example).
The Urgent Care Association of America states that urgent care physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and other associated healthcare providers work hard to deliver the best possible patient care. They support and to refer to emergency facilities and primary care physicians, and they coordinate care with other providers as necessary.
Pulse Urgent Care physicians totally agree with this philosophy. They follow their urgent care patients to ensure immediate interventions for injury and illness and that they receive appropriate treatments in the non-urgent setting (dental office, orthopedic facility, specialist, and others).