A Little About Us
Chilton Urgent Care provides expert evaluation and treatment for a wide range of minor emergencies, illnesses, and injuries. Chilton Urgent Care is a walk-in medical care facility providing an alternative to long wait times in the emergency room. Chilton Urgent Care operates seven days a week. No referral or appointment is necessary and most insurances are accepted. Facilities are equipped with cutting-edge technology including digital X-rays, onsite labs, and electronic medical records.
The experienced professional staff of doctors, nurse practitioners, and medical professionals treat a wide range of injuries and medical conditions. Chilton Urgent Care is equipped with onsite x-ray and lab services for prompt results. Additional medical services such as flu shots, and sports physicals are also available. Chilton Urgent Care accepts Medicare and most Commercial insurances. We are here to serve your medical needs treating patients of all ages.
Chilton Urgent Care is open seven days a week and Walk Ins are welcome.
Elizabeth Theeck, CRNP
Elizabeth Theeck joins the Ivy Creek Healthcare Team as a Family Nurse
Practitioner serving in the Chilton and Wetumpka Urgent Care Clinics.
She graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a
Masters of Science in Nursing and is board certified from the American
Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Elizabeth has over seven years of
experience as a registered nurse where she focused on Women's Health
and Labor and Delivery. Being a native of Louisiana, Elizabeth enjoys
all things Cajun. She was awarded the American Association of Nurse
Practitioners Alabama state award for clinical excellence in 2016.
Brandi I. Criswell, MSN CRNP
Brandi was born in a very rural town in North Carolina and moved to Alabama when she was twelve years old. She attended Robert E. Lee High School and graduated in 2002 with honors. She then attended Auburn University Montgomery, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Science and Chemistry. She completed research in Immunobiology and Organic Chemistry and became a published scientist in June of 2009. She then returned to Auburn Montgomery to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing; which she completed in May of 2011. During her time as a nursing student, she received the Blue Jean Ball Scholarship as well as the Mary Oliver Mclemore Scholarship. After graduating, Brandi worked as a nurse primarily in the Cardiac and Surgical Intensive Care Units before transferring to the Montgomery Cancer Center to work in Oncology. She advanced her career in 2017, when she graduated from Auburn University with her Master’s Degree in Nursing Practice to become a Family Nurse Practitioner. She graduated with honors and was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau Honor’s Society.
Brandi has a passion for working with the public and providing healthcare for the underserved rural population in Alabama. She has a strong academic foundation, that when combined with her life experiences, provides the knowledge and understanding needed to provide care that not only focuses on the physical aspect of illnesses, but also the emotional and spiritual aspects. Brandi spends time with each individual patient in order to focus on both preventative medicine and optimal quality of life.