COVID-19 updates - Testing & Treatment available at our Urgent Care locations. 

Rapid RSV testing and telemedicine/virtual visits are NOT available at our Urgent Care locations.

Circle Health Urgent Care - Westford part of the Circle Health Westford campus

Saturday 8AM–7:30PM
Sunday 8AM–7:30PM
Monday 8AM–7:30PM
Tuesday 8AM–7:30PM
Wednesday 8AM–7:30PM
Thursday 8AM–7:30PM
Friday 8AM–7:30PM
Saturday 7AM–1PM
Sunday Closed
Monday 7AM–12:30PM, 1PM–7PM
Tuesday 7AM–12:30PM, 1PM–7PM
Wednesday 7AM–12:30PM, 1PM–7PM
Thursday 7AM–12:30PM, 1PM–7PM
Friday 7AM–12:30PM, 1PM–7PM
Saturday 9:30AM–7PM
Sunday 9:30AM–7PM
Monday 9:30AM–7PM
Tuesday 9:30AM–7PM
Wednesday 9:30AM–7PM
Thursday 9:30AM–7PM
Friday 9:30AM–7PM

Overview

We strongly encourage you to reserve your spot in line by scheduling online! We can accommodate walk-in visits at this time, but depending on clinic volume that day you may be given a time to return later. 

Please note that Urgent Care walk-in accommodations may vary in order to maintain the safest possible environment for our patients and staff. In addition, closing hours may vary depending on clinic capacity and wait times. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Rapid RSV testing and telemedicine/virtual visits are NOT available at our Urgent Care locations.

Illness and Injury

Urgent Care Doctor and Patient

Circle Health Urgent Care in Westford provides care for non life-threatening conditions and other ailments that require prompt medical attention, such as: allergies, serious cuts and scrapes, severe colds, flu, bronchitis or sinus infections, rashes, sprains or possible fractures, stings and bites, minor burns, or conditions needing X-rays or laboratory tests. If you are in active labor, experiencing chest pain, uncontrolled bleeding, difficulty breathing, difficulty speaking, sudden numbness/weakness in face/arm/leg, or have suffered a severe injury please call 911 immediately or go to your nearest hospital emergency department.

Other services at this location include Travel Medicine and Occupational Medicine
The quadrivalent flu vaccines are available to patients 3 years and older and the high dose flu vaccine is available to patients 65 years and older.

Read our Circle Health Urgent Care Brochure

To Get a COVID-19 Test:

WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR VISIT

  • Upon arrival, check in using the iPad at the kiosk. You will then be called back to register.
  • We follow all cleaning and sanitation guidelines put forth by the CDC, which requires extra time for exam room preparation.
  • If you are here for a COVID test, please allow about 2 hours for your appointment to allow for processing time of your test and clinical evaluation.

A provider (MD or PA/NP) visit at one of our four Urgent Care locations is REQUIRED in order to have a COVID test due to exposure or symptoms. COVID-19 testing services are available on a walk-in basis only, and also available for travel purposes.

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To Schedule a Visit

We strongly recommend you reserve your spot in line below. If you walk-in you might be given a time to return later due to the high volume of patients we are seeing.

Keeping You Connected!

There are a number of ways to stay up to date with Lowell General Hospital. Learn more about the latest health updates on COVID-19, nutrition and wellness information available in our health library, and current hospital news and resources.