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Healthcare on Wheels

Chattanooga's Daytime Mobile Urgent Care

Now Available

From our Hamilton Place location, NiteOwl has addressed Chattanooga's after-hours medical needs. As we continue to grow, we would like to provide a new solution to another need. 

NiteOwl Urgent Care is expanding beyond our physical location (and nighttime hours) to meet you at your front door (during the day)!

When you aren’t feeling your best the last thing you want to do is leave home. Now Hamilton County residents can stay where they are. Don’t worry, get some rest, we will come to your nest. Our DayOwl Mobile Urgent Care unit offers non-emergent, but still urgent healthcare for all ages!

Whenever, wherever you need us, we’ll be there. It’s the NiteOwl Pediatrics + Adults care you love in the comfort of your home.

Pricing:

No more "guessing what your bill will be" due to insurance. Our daytime Mobile Urgent Care Unit offers appointments starting at $99* out–of–pocket only. Payment methods include: Venmo, Cash App, Paypal

*Plus any tests, labs, etc. 

Priority Service Available! 

"Skip the line" with our Priority Service offering for an additional $75.


Our Mobile Urgent Care Services Include: 

We get hurt from time to time, and some of those times require stitches. Our team can help with wound care in the event that you or your child has this need.

Not sure what's making you sick? We'll review your symptoms to determine what's ailing you and the best treatment plan options for your recovery. 

We are pleased to offer both PCR COVID-19 Testing and the COVID-19 Rapid Test to every member of the family. Patients who are symptomatic will be tested outside in their vehicle. Test results for the traditional COIVD-19 Test are averaging 1-3 day turn-around. Rapid Test results are available at the time of the testing, within just 10-minutes. Most health insurance providers cover the cost of the traditional COVID-19 testing. The Rapid Test is billed out-of-pocket at $50, and will not be billed through insurance. 

When our kids experience high fevers, it can be really troublesome. Our team can help determine the best way to treat fevers in children, and also how to ensure they’re as comfortable as possible as their bodies fight off illness. We will help get the fever down, and ease your worry as well as their discomfort.

UTIs are common infections that happen when bacteria, often from the skin or rectum, enter the urethra, and infect the urinary tract. The infections can affect several parts of the urinary tract, but the most common type is a bladder infection (cystitis).

Bad colds and cases of the flu can really take their toll on us and our kids. Our team at NiteOwl Pediatrics + Adults is versed in treating these illnesses, and ensuring the quickest recovery for you and/or your children.

Respiratory syncytial virus, also called human respiratory syncytial virus and human orthopneumovirus, is a common, contagious virus that causes infections of the respiratory tract. If you or your child is ill, we may need to conduct labs or tests to determine what’s causing symptoms and how best to treat them. We offer mobile unit testing at NiteOwl Pediatrics + Adults, and will share those results with your primary physician, ensuring the best possible treatment for your family.

Most of us are familiar with the ins and outs of ear, nose, and throat infections. They are just part of life, and our mobile urgent care staff is more than equipped to treat these issues whenever they do arise. From sinusitis to sore throats to ear infections, we will get to the root of the problem and find the best treatment options for your family.

Head lice can be beyond irritating and a real hassle to deal with. Work with our team to treat head lice, and we can successfully eradicate the problem together with scalp treatments and specific tips for treating your home.

Seasonal allergies can range from mild to severe, and can really affect quality of life for children and adults alike. Our mobile urgent care staff can help treat symptoms of allergies such as runny nose, itchy eyes, and cough, while helping you get relief from ragweed, pollen, and other allergens.

Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, is an inflammation or infection of the conjunctiva, or the transparent membrane that lines the eyelid and the white part of the eyeball. This condition can be viral or bacterial, and of course treatment will depend on which. If an antibiotic does not clear up the pink eye within 3 to 4 days, it can be presumed the issue is viral. Bacterial pink eye is highly contagious, and generally spreads from hand-to-eye contact.

Call us at (423) 648-NITE (that's (423) 648-6483) for more information on other services we will provide on our NiteOwl Daytime Mobile Urgent Care Unit!