Walk In Clinic at 5001 West Broad Street Richmond, VA 23230

4.9 (100 Ratings)

MinuteClinic hours:

  • Friday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
  • Saturday: Opens at 9:00am Closes at 1:00pm and Opens at 1:30pm Closes at 5:30pm
  • Sunday: Opens at 9:00am Closes at 1:00pm and Opens at 1:30pm Closes at 4:30pm
  • Monday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
  • Tuesday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
  • Wednesday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
  • Thursday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
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Average Customer Rating:
4.9 (100 Ratings)
May 24, 2021
Great visit! Thank-you!
May 14, 2021
The staff were friendly and understanding when I signed up for a promotion that was supposed to be for womens health month (FYI, the CVS email that was sent to me did not say it was only for women). They found a way to allow me to get the free health screening anyway. I appreciated this.
May 4, 2021
Very professional and clean
April 28, 2021
I really appreciate the practitioner talking to me and being interested in my life. It’s nice to have a care provider treat you as a person rather than just another patient. I felt more at ease during my 10 minute visit with her than I do with my regular doctor!
April 19, 2021
I was able to get in and out pretty quick. Staff were very experienced in the processes. Great teamwork.



Walk In Clinic at 5001 West Broad Street Richmond, VA 23230

Does MinuteClinic at 5001 West Broad Street Richmond, VA test for coronavirus (COVID-19)?

CVS Health is conducting no-cost coronavirus testing (COVID-19) at select locations. Limited appointments are available for patients who qualify. Patients must schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 test in advance. It is required for patients to bring their insurance card and proof of identity to their testing appointment. Please view our other coronavirus support options for more information.

What can I expect from CVS MinuteClinic® at 5001 West Broad Street Richmond, VA?

MinuteClinic® is a walk-in and book clinic inside your local Richmond CVS/Pharmacy® or HealthHUB® location. At our HealthHUB locations, you can receive most MinuteClinic services as well as shop our health products. Our clinics give you a cheaper and more convenient alternative to emergency rooms and urgent cares. With the ability to walk in and make an appointment, you can come in at any time – including evenings and weekends. MinuteClinic® provides quality health care for adults and children over 18 months. We treat a wide range of conditions and illnesses to ensure that you and your family get well and stay well. Some of our services include TB testing, flu shots, and sports physicals . Come in for a MinuteClinic visit and receive quality health care on your schedule!

What is the Difference Between Urgent Care vs Walk-In Clinic in Richmond, VA?

Urgent Care and our clinics have many similarities – they both offer similar services and act as a more convenient alternative to emergency rooms. Though they offer similar services, you can save 40% at MinuteClinic when compared to urgent care in Richmond. At MinuteClinic®, you can check the wait times at various clinics online prior to coming in to avoid the long lines that are common at urgent Care. The largest distinction, besides the cost and wait time, is that an urgent care has equipment to perform on-site lab tests and x-rays. If needed, your Richmond MinuteClinic health professional can refer you elsewhere for an x-ray.

When Should I Go to Urgent Care or Walk-In Clinic in Richmond, VA?

Urgent Cares and our clinics are ideal for when you become sick or injured when your regular doctor is not available for a last-minute appointment. If you have a condition that you would normally see your doctor for, going to a CVS MinuteClinic over an emergency room is appropriate. While we treat sicknesses and injuries, our nurse practitioners and physician assistants are also able to administer a variety of vaccines if needed for work, school or personal reasons such as travel. You should go to an emergency room if you have more complex or critical needs that may require advanced treatments, including cases where surgery may be necessary. An example of some symptoms best evaluated at a hospital emergency room include chest pain, broken bones, or head injuries. Our Richmond walk-in and book clinic is ideal for treating minor illnesses , like ear aches and ear infections, however, in the event of a severe injury, please call 911 immediately.

How Much is a MinuteClinic Visit at 5001 West Broad Street Richmond, VA with and without Insurance?

MinuteClinic® prices in Richmond range anywhere from $35 to $250 depending on the service. Please visit our service price list and insurance information page to see detailed pricing and insurance breakdowns. At CVS MinuteClinic®, most insurance plans are accepted. We recommend contacting your insurance company prior to your visit to be sure that the service you are seeking will be covered. How much you will have to pay out of pocket will depend on your insurance coverage. If you do not have insurance or prefer to pay out of pocket, you may pay with cash, card, or check. Prices may vary depending on the complexity of the case. Lab tests and additional services may result in additional charges.

Can’t make it in for a visit? We also have Video Visits, which enable you to see one of our health care professionals from the comfort of your own home as an alternative for just $59 per visit. Currently, a Video Visit is not covered by insurance and is not required to get treatment.

Visit our MinuteClinic® at 5001 West Broad St when you want quality health care with walk-in convenience. Our experienced practitioners provide medical care for routine illnesses and injuries, as well as seasonal flu shots for everyone in your family 18 months and older.

Located between I-195 and I-64 on Broad St, we are easily accessible via State Route 33 from Exit 185 off I-64. Our central location is close to several shopping centers, schools, parks and golf courses. We are a convenient stop when you are running errands, picking your children up from school or are heading home after a long day of work or play.

Health care for routine illnesses and injuries

Does your child have a rash, but feel fine? Are you worn down, but have no typical symptoms of illness? These could be the first signs of chickenpox, flu, a sinus infection or a different issue. The medical professionals at our clinic inside CVS Pharmacy® can assess the situation and review the patient medical history then provide a treatment plan to help alleviate the symptoms and relieve discomfort. Recommendations may include over-the-counter products or a one-time prescription. We treat many of the common illnesses and ailments that sideline busy families:

  • Cough and bronchitis
  • Earaches
  • Pink eye
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Flu
  • Heartburn and indigestion
  • Skin conditions
  • Sore throat and strep
  • Mono
  • Women’s services

If you strained your back during your workout or your child came home with cuts and scrapes, visit our clinic for an assessment. While not life-threatening, these issues are often painful. We can determine the cause of the pain, clean the wounds and treat many common injuries:

  • Shallow cuts and minor wounds
  • Sprains and strains
  • Mild blisters and burns
  • Tick and insect bites

There are several types of ticks in Virginia. They can hitch a ride on you and your pets after spending time in the park or woods and burrow into the skin. Our on-staff medical practitioners can remove the tick, clean the area and provide any recommended vaccinations to prevent complications from the bite.

Seasonal flu shots for the whole family

Outbreaks of the flu occur between October and April each year. Unlike many other viruses, it changes a little bit each year. The vaccine also changes to maintain its effectiveness. The injection you got last season may not protect you this year. Use the app to find the walk-in clinic near me and bring the entire family in for the vaccine that protects from the latest strain of the virus. We can administer age appropriate vaccines for young children and seniors 65 and older.

Virtual Care visits for convenient care 24/7

If going to a clinic isn’t an option or when illness strikes in the early morning, sign in to our app and select Virtual Care. The experienced health care providers can assess the condition of patients 2 years and older, seven days a week, 24-hours a day. We can provide treatment plans for seasonal allergies, skin conditions, minor injuries and common illnesses.

Our clinic is open seven days a week with evening hours some weekdays. Call us for more information at 1-866-389-2727.

Does CVS at 5001 West Broad Street Richmond, VA offer flu shots?

Flu shots are offered at the CVS MinuteClinic at 5001 West Broad Street Richmond, VA. Schedule your flu shot ahead of time so you can get in and out faster. Provide your insurance information and answer questions online ahead of time with our flu shot FAQs and other flu vaccination resources. Find more information about the CVS Pharmacy at 5001 West Broad Street. and other MinuteClinic locations offering flu shots in VA.

Flu Shots at MinuteClinic in Richmond, VA

Our staff is trained to help you understand risks of the flu as well as administer the flu vaccine. During your visit, you will also learn about ways to help prevent the flu this season. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises that people six months of age or older be vaccinated against influenza annually. Since you’re likely to fall into that criteria, you can just stop by the MinuteClinic at 5001 West Broad Street and get your flu shot at your convenience while picking up your prescriptions or same-day photo order!

About the Flu (Influenza)

Influenza is an infectious respiratory disease. Generally, the flu may resolve on its own. However, if the flu goes untreated, you may be at risk for complications that can be life-threatening. Those that might be at a higher risk of severe flu complications include children under 5, adults over 65, pregnant women, and people with chronic illnesses or compromised immune systems. If you fall into any of these categories, it is essential that you take strides towards flu prevention by getting your flu shot at MinuteClinic. The flu shot works by exposing you to an inactive flu virus and the flu vaccines cause antibodies to develop in the body after vaccination. These antibodies will help to protect you if you are exposed to the flu virus. Essentially, getting a flu shot prepares your body to fight the flu.

Why Get A Flu Shot?

Getting vaccinated helps to protect you and the people around you. Influenza sends a countless number of patients into hospitals each year – don’t be one of them. There are two types of flu shots – a seasonal vaccine for adults and children (preservative-free available, upon request) and a high dose vaccine (for ages 65+). While you can take preventative measures, getting immunized with the influenza vaccine is your best defense against the flu. Each year, new strains of the flu develop. While you may have gotten a flu shot in the past, you may not be protected from the new strands. Although flu vaccines may not be 100% effective, it is still the best defense against the virus. Don’t fall victim to the flu this year – stop by MinuteClinic and get your flu shot today!