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St. Louise Regional Hospital

 

 St. Louise Regional Hospital

Emergency, Primary, and Urgent Care

St. Louise Regional Hospital is more than just a hospital. We also offer a full range of primary and urgent care health services, all available close to home.

Advantages of receiving primary care and urgent care at St. Louise include:

  • Expert physicians: Our primary care physicians (PCPs) have practiced in the community for years and are focused on building long-term relationships with patients. Emergency physicians staff the De Paul Urgent Care Center, providing a higher level of care than you would find at the average walk-in clinic.
  • Integrated team: PCPs at St. Louise work closely with hospital specialists to coordinate care for patients. The De Paul Urgent Care Center building also houses other departments such as cardiology, primary care and orthopedics, making it easy to access the specialized care you need.
  • Convenient care: The De Paul Urgent Care Center is the only walk-in urgent care clinic in Morgan Hill, giving area residents easy access to after-hours care. Our primary care clinic is also associated with the hospital, helping your doctor easily consult with other specialists if needed.

Expert Local Primary Care Physicians

Unlike some major medical centers where physicians often come and go, our PCPs have been practicing in the area for decades. To us, you are not just another patient. You are our neighbor and fellow community member. Our doctors are committed to providing high-quality, personalized care that makes you feel valued.

Convenient After-Hours Urgent Care

Sometimes you may need to see a physician outside of normal office hours for conditions that are not life-threatening. The De Paul Urgent Care Center is the only walk-in clinic in the Morgan Hill area, filling this need for local residents.

The level of care we provide sets us apart. You will find experienced emergency physicians on staff, which is unique to our urgent care center. Having physicians on-site means you get the high-level care you would expect in a doctor’s office or emergency room.


Did You Know

The De Paul Urgent Care Center is staffed by emergency physicians, which makes our facility unique. We are the only walk-in clinic in Morgan Hill, providing local residents easy access to expert medical care for non-life threatening conditions.

St. Louise Regional Hospital offers both emergency room and urgent care services for patients needing immediate medical attention. You may be wondering when to go to the emergency room and when your problem is more appropriate for urgent care. No matter where you go, a skilled, experienced doctor will provide your care, helping you get back on your feet quickly.

  • Emergency room: Only for serious or life-threatening emergencies, such as a heart attack, stroke or traumatic injury
  • Urgent care: Appropriate for all other health issues that require after-hours care or when you are not able to see your primary care physician (PCP)

Should You Go to the Emergency Room?

You should use the emergency department for truly serious or life-threatening emergencies. Emergency room care is expensive, and you will likely have to wait if you have a less critical medical problem.

Life-threatening or serious conditions that require an emergency room visit include:

  • Chest pain
  • Signs of a stroke such as:
    • Difficulty walking, speaking or understanding
    • Paralysis or numbness in the face, arm or leg
  • Major bleeding
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Sudden, unexplained loss of consciousness
  • Broken bones

Learn more about the emergency department at St. Louise. In an emergency, call 911.

Should You Go to the De Paul Urgent Care Center?

You should go to the De Paul Urgent Care Center for all non-life-threatening medical issues, including:

  • Minor injuries and cuts, including sports injuries and sprains
  • Colds, flu and fever
  • Strep and sore throat
  • Earaches, ear infections and sinus infections
  • Minor lab work, EKG (electrocardiogram) and X-ray
  • Headaches and rashes
  • Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea

The De Paul Urgent Care Center is the only walk-in clinic in Morgan Hill. Our urgent care center gives you easy access to care after normal business hours or when you cannot get an appointment with your doctor.

Learn more about the De Paul Urgent Care Center.

What to Bring

When visiting either the De Paul Urgent Care Center or the emergency room at St. Louise Regional Hospital, you should bring:

  • Driver’s license or photo ID
  • Insurance card (if you have insurance)
  • Credit card, check or cash for the copay or visit fee
  • A list of your medications, or the medications themselves

Primary Care at St. Louise Regional Hospital

Working with a primary care physician (PCP) at St. Louise Regional Hospital provides many advantages for local residents. Our PCPs treat the whole patient, providing a level of care and attention only available at a close-knit community hospital like St. Louise.

Highlights of primary care services at St. Louise include:

  • Convenient access to expert care: Our skilled, dedicated physicians have been practicing medicine here for decades. Our doctors are proven and trustworthy, without the revolving-door mentality you see in many larger areas.
  • Dedicated community physicians: At St. Louise, you are not just another patient. Our patients are our neighbors, friends and members of the community—the same community where many of our doctors have chosen to raise their own families.
  • Specialized services: Our clinic is affiliated with the hospital, allowing PCPs to work closely with specialists in areas like surgical services, radiology and cardiology. This setup also makes it easy to see your PCP if you are hospitalized for any reason.

Comprehensive Patient Care

St. Louise provides a full range of primary care services to the community, with expert physicians dedicated to building long-term relationships with patients.

Services available at our clinic include:

Your Health and Wellness: Keeping You Informed

Our doctors are committed to keeping you informed about your health care. We offer tailored options for communicating with doctors based on your unique needs and preferences.

We make it easy to get the health information you need by providing:

  • Secure online patient portals: We offer secure online portals where patients can access medical records, view lab results and request prescription refills. You can also send private emails to your doctor through the system.
  • In-person consultation: We understand that some patients may not want to use the online patient portal. Our physicians take the time to discuss your care in person and address any questions.
  • Extended phone hours for emergencies: A physician is always on call from 8 AM to 11 PM if you have an urgent question or need.

What is Urgent Care?

The De Paul Urgent Care Center is the place you can go to see a doctor for non-life-threatening medical issues. You may need urgent care when you:

  • Need after-hours medical care
  • Cannot get an appointment with your primary care physician (PCP)

Urgent Care at St. Louise Regional Hospital

Our urgent care center provides fast, easy access to medical care for non-life-threatening conditions. If you are having an emergency, call 911 immediately.

Why Choose the De Paul Urgent Care Center?

Advantages that the De Paul Urgent Care Center provides include:

  • Expert care: Emergency physicians run the De Paul Urgent Care Center, providing a higher level of care than you would find at retail or drugstore clinics.
  • Convenience: You can see a doctor after normal business hours, or you can come visit us when you cannot get an appointment with your primary care physician (PCP). The De Paul Urgent Care Center is also open on weekends and holidays.
  • Hospital support: Physicians will immediately transfer any emergencies to the St. Louise Regional Hospital emergency department. The urgent care center also has several other specialties in the same building, including cardiology, primary care and orthopedics.

What to Bring to the De Paul Urgent Care Center

When visiting our center, you should bring:

  • Driver’s license or photo ID
  • Insurance card (if you have insurance)
  • Credit card, check or cash for the copay or visit fee
  • A list of your medications, or the medications themselves

 

Contact Us

For more information or to find a primary care physician, contact our physician referral service at (408) 782-1501.

St. Louise Emergency Department

The emergency department at St. Louise provides expert emergency services to all patients of any age, 24/7. We provide high-quality, compassionate care for patients and families, working to keep you informed about your care throughout the process.

Emergency Department

St. Louise Regional Hospital
9400 No Name Uno
Gilroy, CA 95020
 (408) 848-2000
 (408) 842-0409

Learn more about the emergency department at St. Louise. In an emergency, call 911.

The De Paul Urgent Care Center

De Paul Health Center Medical Office Building

Urgent Care Center
18550 De Paul Drive, Ste. 109
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
(408) 782-1216
(408) 776-9243

Hours

  • Open 7 days a week.
  • Monday - Friday | 2 PM - 9 PM
  • Weekends/Holidays | 11 AM - 6 PM (limited appointments or walk-in service)

If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.