Primary, Urgent and Emergency Care

Multiple Ways to Access Care

We're here for you, from online prescription refills to emergency treatment. Use the following examples as a guide to selecting the type of care you need.

If you're experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

My CS-Link

My CS-Link

Communicate with your doctor's office

Use our secure online patient portal to request prescription refills and appointments, view your test results and send non-urgent messages to your physician.

Activate your account through My CS-Link:

  • Click "Activate or Log into My CS-Link"
  • Select "Sign Up Now"
  • Enter your access code as it appears in your enrollment letter or email, or request one online
  • Create your ID and password

Once you have an account, you can download the Cedars-Sinai My CS-Link app at the Apple App Store and Google Play store.

Primary Care

Primary Care

Manage your health needs

Your primary care team is your first line of support. Among other things, they provide:

  • Preventive care and wellness checkups 
  • Immunizations and vaccinations
  • Disease management
  • Consultation and referrals to specialized care

Your primary care physician may treat you online or over the phone, schedule an appointment to see you in person, coordinate care with a specialist, direct you to urgent care or suggest you go to the nearest emergency department.

Urgent Care

Urgent Care

No appointment necessary, open 7 days a week

If your primary care physician isn't available or it is after hours, urgent care can help with:

  • Cold, flu and respiratory infections
  • Cuts/lacerations with contained bleeding
  • Ear infections
  • Fever or chills
  • Muscle pains or sprains
  • Nausea, diarrhea and vomiting
  • Sore throat or cough
  • Urinary tract infections

All Cedars-Sinai urgent care locations have X-ray services.

Emergency Care

Emergency Care

Open 24 hours a day

Among other things, emergency care is recommended for:

  • Bleeding that won't stop
  • Bone breaks
  • Chest pains or stroke
  • Fever (for babies under 8 weeks)
  • Major cuts
  • Ongoing vaginal bleeding during pregnancy
  • Seizures without pre-existing condition
  • Serious burns
  • Serious injuries to head, neck, spine or back
  • Snake bites
  • Sudden loss or change of vision
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Vomiting or coughing up blood