NCHS released a new report today that examines urgent care center and retail health clinic visits among adults in the past 12 months by sex and selected characteristics.
- In 2019, 32.3% of women and 26.0% of men had one or more visits to an urgent care center or retail health clinic in the past 12 months.
- Urgent care center or retail health clinic utilization decreased as age increased for both men and women.
- Among both men and women, non-Hispanic white adults were more likely to have one or more urgent care center or retail health clinic visits than Hispanic, non-Hispanic black, or non-Hispanic Asian adults.
- Urgent care center or retail health clinic utilization increased with increasing education level.