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Patient Resources

Where Should I Go For Care?


Primary Care Provider

“I need medical care soon and feel safe to wait.”
Your doctor’s office is the best place to get treatment for conditions that are not immediately dangerous. Many physicians have same-day appointments available. Find a primary care provider here.

Urgent Care

“My doctor is not available today or it is after hours and I need medical care today.”
Go to Urgent Care when your condition is not life-threatening but needs attention promptly. Urgent Care is a good option when your doctor is not available. Find an urgent care location here.

Reasons to visit your primary care provider or urgent care:

• Abdominal pain
• Allergies
• Asthma attack (minor)
• Back pain
• Bronchitis
• Burns (minor)
• Cuts (minor), scrapes
• Colds
• Dehydration
• Diarrhea
• Ear infection, sinus pain
• Fever
• Flu
• Fractures
• Headache, migraine
• Insect Bite
• Nausea, Vomiting
• Pediatric illness
• Pink eye, eye infections
• Rashes
• Routine screenings
• Sore throat
• Sports physicals
• Sprains, strains
• STD’s
• Vaccinations
• Urinary tract infection


 

Emergency Care or call 911

“I need medical care now and do not feel safe to wait.”
Go to the nearest Emergency Department or call 911 for life-threatening illnesses and injuries.

Reasons to visit the nearest Emergency Room or call 911:

• Allergic reaction (severe)
• Breathing difficulty
• Broken bones
• Burns (severe)
• Chest pain
• Coughing blood
• Head injury
• Loss of consciousness
• Pain (severe)
• Pneumonia
• Poisoning
• Puncture wounds
• Trauma
• Seizures/convulsions
• Spinal Injuries
• Uncontrolled bleeding


 
The content above is provided for reference and educational purposes only. The lists above are not meant to be complete or exhaustive or to be medical advice. If you think you have a medical emergency, go to your nearest emergency room or call 911 immediately.
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