Urgent Care

Providing patient care during the following hours:

Riverton: Mon. – Fri. 9 am – 3 pm, Sat. 9 am – 3 pm

West Jordan: Mon. – Fri. 9 am – 8 pm, Sat. 9 am – 7 pm

West Valley: Mon. – Fri. – 9 am – 8 pm, Sat. 9 am – 7 pm


Granger Medical Clinic is proud to offer urgent care services for the Salt Lake valley. At any of our urgent care locations, you can be seen on a walk-in basis as long as your condition is not serious or life-threatening.

Please note that our clinics are closed on these major holidays:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Pioneer Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day



When you have a medical emergency, use this guide to help you know where to go for care. If the situation is life threatening, call 911 or go the nearest emergency department (ER).

PCP Chronic Urgent Care Acute ER Severe

Abdominal Pain

If pain is severe, go to the ER.



Or call 911.

Animal or Insect Bite

Anxiety/Depression Management

If suicidal, go to the ER.

Asthma Attack - Mild

Asthma Attack - Severe

Or call 911.

Blood Pressure Checks

Blood Pressure Management

If blood pressure is higher than 180/110 go to Urgent Care.

Broken Bone

If skin is punctured, go to the ER or call 911.


If severe, go to the ER.

Chest Pain - Severe

Or call 911.


If loss of consciousness, go to the ER.

Coughs and Flu Symptoms

Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting

If vomiting blood, go to the ER.


If over age 65, go to the ER.

Eye Irritation or Redness

Penetrating or foreign body, go to ER.


If very young infant, or adult has fever of 105+ degrees, go to the ER.


If severe, go to the ER.

Lab Orders

Medication Refills

Minor wounds/laceration

If uncontrolled bleeding, go to the ER.


Acute Care



Numbness in arm or leg, difficulty speaking, face drooping.

Pregnant + Minor Symptoms

If you have bleeding or abdominal pain, go to the ER.



Without an epilepsy diagnosis.

Sinus Symptoms

Shortness of Breath

If severe, go to the ER or call 911.

Sore Throat

Minor Injuries/Sprains

Urinary Tract/Bladder infections

Download Urgent Care Guide

What you should bring with you

  • Current Photo ID
  • Insurance Card
  • Payment

*Please note that any co-payment required by your insurance provider is due at the time of service. It is important to verify with your insurance company that Granger Medical Clinic, and our providers, are in-network with your insurance plan.


Wait Times & Triage disclaimer

  • The average wait time in urgent care is around 60 minutes
  • No appointment is necessary; urgent care patients are seen on a walk-in basis
  • Patients are typically seen in the order they arrive, however, if another patient appears to have a more serious condition, they will take priority. Some conditions that may require another patient to take priority include, but are not limited to, chest pain, trouble breathing, and uncontrollable bleeding.


Pregnancy-related issues

Most issues concerning obstetrics require imaging from an ultrasound machine as part of the evaluation. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you call ahead to find out about the availability of our ultrasound technicians and equipment before arriving. If the level of care you require is outside our scope of practice, you will be referred to the ED. Based on the urgency determined by our providers, you may be required to go by ambulance.