Trust HealthReach for Minor Emergency Care

Your Gateway to Healthcare, Cheyenne WY

Whether you’re having symptoms of the flu or suffering from a sprain after a fall, you want answers fast. Skip the wait in the emergency room, and receive quality care for minor emergencies at HealthReach in Cheyenne, WY. You don’t have to wait for days to get an appointment with your primary physician. There’s no appointment necessary at HealthReach, and you’ll be seen on a first-come, first-serve basis, depending on the severity of your symptoms.

The next time you or a loved one is not feeling well, visit HealthReach for quick and cost-effective medical care. You’re also welcome to check in online to reduce your wait time.

Urgent care services are within your reach during minor emergencies

Urgent care services are within your reach during minor emergencies

The skilled health care professionals at HealthReach offer compassionate service when you’re feeling under the weather. We offer a variety of minor emergency services, including:

  • Minor cut and burn care
  • Vomiting, diarrhea and dehydration care
  • Insect bite and rash care
  • Ear ache and infection care
  • Allergic reaction care
  • Sprain, strain and broken bone care
  • Asthma care
  • Pneumonia care
  • Sinus infection care
  • Pink eye care


If you have a serious injury or illness, you may be directed to the emergency room.

When to Call 911

If you or someone you know is experiencing life-threatening illness or injury that includes: someone who is unconscious, gasping for air or not breathing, experiencing an allergic reaction, having chest pain, having uncontrollable bleeding, or any other symptoms that require immediate medical attention please call 911 or go directly to an ER facility. Other examples are:

  • Signs or symptoms of stroke or heart attack, which includes face drooping, arm weakness, speech difficulty

  • Falls from greater than 7 feet

  • Amputation of a body part

  • Loss of consciousness

  • Near drowning

  • Infants less than 6 months of age or with a temperature greater than 103 degrees

  • Pregnancy bleeding or complications

  • Open or angulated fractures

  • Electrical shock

  • Severe choking (cannot breathe or talk)

  • Life-threatening allergic reactions

  • Severe abdominal pain

  • Severe burns