Knoxville's First Pediatric Urgent Care

Accidents and illnesses are not convenient, but we are. Children’s Hospital Urgent Care supports families and their physicians by delivering immediate medical care for children—newborns to 21 years of age—when their doctor’s office is closed. From ear infections, cuts, sprained ankles, high fevers or rashes, our board-certified pediatricians are here when you need us.

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207 E. Emory Road, Powell, TN 37849


About Us

When your child is hurt or sick, you want treatment by someone you can trust. We are the only children's urgent care in Knoxville that ensures your child is always seen by a board-certified pediatrician. All patient records are automatically shared with your pediatrician of choice to ensure appropriate follow-up care.




Illnesses and injuries don’t take nights or weekends off. Children’s Hospital Urgent Care pediatricians are in when your family pediatrician is out. Let our pediatric urgent care professionals diagnose and treat your child in about an hour.




Children’s Hospital Urgent Care is committed to providing affordable, accessible pediatric urgent care to the greater Knoxville community. Our children's walk-in clinic accepts most major insurances.


Emory Center

East Tennessee Children's Hospital Emory Center off Emory Road in Powell
207 E Emory Road


West Campus

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital West Campus on Westland Drive at Pellissippi Parkway
1025 Childrens Way, Knoxville, TN 37922


Access your child's medical records online with the East Tennessee Children's Hospital Patient Portal.


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“I am so thankful this is an option in Knoxville now! They were quick and efficient. Also great with kids! The front desk staff was extremely friendly and helpful. We will be back (hopefully not soon) for non-emergency issues in the future!” Facebook Review April 2018