ED and Walk-in Information

We strive to make sure that our patients can be seen by a doctor as quickly as possible.

The current wait time given is the approximate wait for most patients to see a physician (based on a 1-hour rolling average) and is updated every 5 minutes.

Emergency Wait Times

Spectrum Health Lakeland Niles Hospital
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5 Minutes
Average Wait Time
as of 10:51 AM
 
Spectrum Health Lakeland Watervliet Hospital
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18 Minutes
Average Wait Time
as of 10:51 AM
 
Spectrum Heath Lakeland Medical Center
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15 Minutes
Average Wait Time
as of 10:51 AM

Walk-in Wait Times

Southwestern Medical Clinic, Niles
A member of Lakeland Hospital, Watervliet
Clock
30 Minutes
Average Wait Time
as of 10:51 AM
 
Southwestern Medical Clinic, Stevensville
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9 Minutes
Average Wait Time
as of 10:51 AM

Please note that the wait time is provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change.

Patients with life-threatening emergencies receive care immediately.

If you are having a medical emergency, call 911.


 

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