Urgent Care Centers Services

Why Urgent Care?

Do you know where to get care if you or a family member needs medical attention after hours or when your doctor isn’t available? Do you know if you need urgent care or emergency care?

Most of the time, an urgent care facility can help when you need same-day or after-hours healthcare. And when it’s not a true emergency, choosing urgent care over the emergency room can dramatically lower the costs of unplanned healthcare.

The average urgent care visit costs about 10 times less than an emergency room visit for the same ailment.

Trios Urgent Care Centers

Urgent Care

Trios Urgent Care provides comprehensive medical services at four primary locations:

Open 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  • No appointment needed
  • Equipped with on-site laboratory and X-ray capabilities
  • Staffed by highly qualified Trios physicians and skilled support teams.    

        Trios Urgent Care Center – Columbia Center
        7201 W. Grandridge Blvd. Suite 100  

        Trios Urgent Care Center – Central Kennewick
        3000 W. Kennewick Ave.

Open Monday thru Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

  • No appointment needed
  • Staffed by Trios medical providers.

        Trios Urgent Care Center – Southridge
        4303 W. 27th Ave. Suite H    

After-Hours Pediatrics

Trios also offers the only After-Hours Pediatrics urgent care services in the Tri-Cities area, located inside Trios Urgent Care Center – Columbia Center:
  • Open Monday thru Friday 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to Noon
  • No appointment needed
  • Equipped with on-site laboratory and X-ray capabilities
  • Staffed by board certified pediatricians.

Trios After-Hours Pediatrics
7201 W. Grandridge Blvd. Suite 100

If you go to a Trios Urgent Care Center location and our providers determine you need more immediate or complex care, you will be promptly directed or transferred to the nearest hospital emergency room.

When to Go to the Emergency Room

In general, you should go to the emergency room when the danger to health is fairly immediate, such as for:


  • High fevers (over 100° 0- 3 months, 104° 3+ months)
  • Slow or labored breathing
  • Changes in skin color (pale, yellow, blue, splotchy).

Unless it’s a clear emergency, call your baby’s doctor first at his or her after-hours number. The doctor can help determine how serious the situation is. It’s also a good idea to talk to your baby’s doctor during regular appointments about what kinds of symptoms need emergency care. This can help ease your uncertainty in urgent situations.


  • High fever accompanied by lowered/lack of responsiveness
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Seizures
  • Broken bones or other potentially serious injuries
  • Ingestion of toxic chemicals or poisons, or taking the wrong medicine or dose (for suspected poisoning, call poison control at 1-800-222-1222 for immediate home treatment advice).


  • Signs of heart attack or stroke
  • Excessive bleeding that cannot be stopped with direct pressure
  • Major injuries such as a head trauma
  • Sudden and severe pain
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Severe allergic reactions, such as to insect bites or bee stings
  • Persistent or severe vomiting
  • Suspected poisoning (call poison control for immediate home treatment advice)
  • Homicidal or suicidal feelings.

This is not a complete list. You should always use your best judgment and instincts to guide you during a possible urgent or emergency health situation. If you’re not sure whether something is truly an emergency, make a call, or go to your nearest emergency room to be safe.

Call 911 if you have an emergency health situation and cannot drive yourself or your loved one safely and quickly to the nearest hospital emergency room.

Other Trios Resources

Trios offers other related services that you may find helpful. Learn more about:

Emergency Services
Family Medicine