Afterhours Walk-in Clinic

Convenient care after work or play

Our Afterhours Walk-in Clinic in Canton, NY provides treatment for non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries, such as earaches, stomach aches, infections, minor cuts, sprains, or sore throats. If you don't have a regular primary care provider, staff members of the Clinic can help you establish with one, and can provide referrals to specialists. The Afterhours Walk-in Clinic treats children and adults on a first-come, first served basis. 

Hours: Monday through Friday, 4PM to 9PM; Saturday and Sunday, 9AM to 5PM

EJ Noble Building, 80 East Main Street, Canton, NY

Phone: (315) 386-3300

Afterhours Walk-in care should not be used for health emergencies. These include pregnancy-related bleeding, chest pain, and difficulty breathing. For these and other health emergencies, call 911. 

What does quality healthcare mean to you?

To most patients and their families, it means adherence to the most rigorous, medically and scientifically verified standards available. We measure our processes against these standards, and we are dedicated to continuous improvement.

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Canton-Potsdam Hospital
50 Leroy Street, Potsdam, New York 13676
ph: 315-265-3300

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