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Geisinger Holy Spirit Urgent Care
Geisinger Holy Spirit Urgent Care
431 N. 21 St.
Camp Hill, PA 17011
 
Phone: 717-763-3730
Fax: 717-763-3730

 

Office Hours:

Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturdays & Sundays: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m

 
 

About us

Geisinger Holy Spirit Urgent Care provides a convenient, affordable and quick alternative to the emergency department for patients 1 year of age* and older who have an immediate, but not life-threatening, medical need. No appointments are needed.

We can help you and your regular doctor. Geisinger Holy Spirit Urgent Care serves as a secure extension of your regular doctor’s office after hours and weekends or for your convenience. A summary of the medical care provided to you will be sent to your regular doctor so you can receive ongoing and follow-up care with them. Geisinger Holy Spirit Urgent Care providers provide quick, easy and high quality services to meet many of your primary healthcare needs. If you have a more serious, chronic condition, our staff will help you find the right provider and right level of medical care.

*Children under 12 months who need urgent medical care should go to the emergency department or call 844-377-2778 to see if an urgent appointment can be made at one of our pediatric practices.

Travel health
717-972-4229
Fax: 717-972-4546
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Geisinger Holy Spirit Travel Health provides immunizations designed individually, based on a person’s travel itinerary and the most current recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Services include:
• Comprehensive education based on the travel itinerary and on-site injections to groups of 12 or more
• Prescriptions for medications needed abroad, such as malaria prevention and treatment of traveler’s diarrhea
• Additional information on embassy contacts, currency exchange rates and health care tips based upon the travel itinerary
There is currently a nationwide shortage of yellow fever vaccine. The GHS Travel Health clinic won’t be able to offer this vaccine until spring 2018.