ExpressPASS

When you want to want to avoid the waiting room, schedule an ExpressPASS appointment at your local ExpressCARE. ExpressPASS provides added convenience to high-quality medical care for common illnesses and minor injuries.

ExpressPASS appointments are scheduled visits to avoid the waiting room at ExpressCARE. With extended hours, ExpressCARE offers convenient care for minor illnesses and injuries.

ExpressCARE visits just got more convenient

Introducing, ExpressPASS. No appointment is necessary to visit an ExpressCARE, however you can schedule appointments through ExpressPASS.

How to schedule an appointment

If you have a MyLVHN account:

  1. Go to MyLVHN.org or the MyLVHN app and log in to your account. To learn more about MyLVHN and how to create an account visit LVHN.org/mylvhn.
  2. Click on the green calendar icon in the navigation bar.
  3. Click on “ExpressPASS” under the “Tell us why you’re coming in” section.
  4. Find the location that is most convenient for you and choose your preferred appointment time.
  5. The last step is to verify your appointment.

If you do not have a MyLVHN account:

  1. Schedule your appointment now.
  2. Choose ExpressCARE as the specialty and click ExpressPass as the type of appointment.
  3. Find the location that is most convenient for you and choose your preferred appointment time.
  4. The last step is to verify your appointment.

On the locations tab, you’ll see current ExpressCARE wait time estimates. This estimate is based on the average walk-in patient wait time over the past hour. It does not apply to ExpressPASS appointments. 

At your appointment

Arrive 15 minutes early for your appointment to fill out paperwork. People who are more than 15 minutes late enter the queue of walk-in ExpressCARE patients.  

ExpressCARE provides care for minor illnesses and injuries

ExpressCARE is not for emergencies. If you or your loved one has a serious condition, visit an emergency department for care. ExpressCARE does provide treatment for:

  • Allergies
  • Animal bites (rabies vaccine at ER only)
  • Back pain
  • Broken bone (no open wound)
  • Bronchitis
  • Chest pains (from cold or bronchitis)
  • Cuts
  • Cough, sore throat
  • Ear pain
  • Eye swelling, irritation
  • Flu
  • Flu shot
  • Minor fever, colds
  • Minor headache
  • Nausea
  • Poison ivy
  • Rashes
  • Sinusitis
  • Sprains, strains
  • Wounds (minor)