What is considered an urgent medical condition?
These are medical situations that require immediate attention, even though they aren’t considered urgent. Some examples include:
- Falls and accidents
- Some cuts don’t require much blood, but may still need stitches
- Breathing problems, such as mild-moderate asthma
- Diagnostic services include X-rays, laboratory tests, and other diagnostic services
- Redness and irritation of the eyes
- Flu or fever
- Broken bones or fractures of fingers and toes are minor.
- Moderate back problems
- Chest pains or severe soreness
- Infections and skin rashes
- Sprains and strains
- Urinary tract infections
- Vomiting, diarrhea, or dehydration
For any medical problem that appears to be life-threatening, dial 911 immediately
The nearest emergency room (ER) will provide proper care. For serious injuries or chest pain, an emergency room visit is necessary. Our urgent care physicians will examine minor injuries and illnesses. Our staff will refer patients to the appropriate healthcare provider if more care is required. If it is an emergency, we will transport patients to an emergency room.
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