Urgent or Emergency Care?

Do you have a health issue that should be checked today?  Usually it’s best to see your primary care provider, but sometimes symptoms occur at inconvenient times or you don’t want to wait.

For minor problems, go to Urgent Care. For life-threatening accidents or injuries, call 911 or visit the closest Emergency Department.

 

Experiencing this Condition?

Allergy (minor)

Asthma attack (minor)

Blurred vision

Breathing problems,
shortness of breath

Broken bones

Burns and cuts

Chest pain

Concussion

Cough and cold

Diarrhea

Dizziness

Ear pain

Fever

Foreign object removal

Headache

Nausea

Numbness in arm, face or leg

Pink Eye

Rash, skin concerns

Seizures

Sexually transmitted disease

Stomach pain

Sprains and strains

Urinatry Tract Infection

Vomiting