Urgent Care Visit Data


The ability to benchmark, adjust, and prepare for the future depends on reliable industry data. As the leading provider of urgent care solutions, Experity is uniquely positioned to provide the industry with timely, reliable data and insights from urgent care clinics across the country. Check back frequently to stay on top of visit volume, COVID-19, and flu data as it continues to evolve.

Data last updated: 1/13/2021

Average Daily Urgent Care Visits
Visit volume is one of the most important performance metrics in urgent care. We’ve been tracking this key metric and comparing it to the three-year average. Since visit volumes began to return to normal in June, we’ve seen an unprecedented growth in urgent care daily visits—significantly higher than historical volume. Volume up 67% vs. three year average. See Figure 1
Average Weekly COVID Visits
The industry continues to see record visit volume due to rising COVID-19 infections with 49% of clinics seeing more than 50 patients per day. Urgent care continues to lead testing efforts as patients present with upper respiratory and other COVID symptoms. See Figure 2
Visits in a single day
Urgent care is breaking records and securing its place in the healthcare ecosystem. Monday, December is another record day for the industry. See Figures 3 & 4

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