Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
On-site X-Ray Services
Available throughout the hours of operation. Head to toe x-rays can be performed. Preliminary results are always reviewed with the patient. All x-rays are reviewed by our board certified radiologist.
Performed on site. Most often CTs are utilized in the urgent care setting for evaluation of severe headaches, abdominal or flank pain, head injuries, injuries to the face, nose or eye sockets. Common conditions detected include kidney stones, diverticulitis, appendicitis, and fractures to the nose or facial bones.
On-the-job injuries are seen on a walk-in basis. There is no money collected from the injured employee; insurance name, claim number, and adjuster’s name are all that is required.
Non-life threatening symptoms can be evaluated and treated with a variety of oral and injectable medications.
Seasonal or Environmental Allergies
Evaluated and treatment can include oral medication or nasal sprays.
Abscesses are clusters of pus that occur when an area of your body tissue becomes infected. They are thoroughly examined and addressed. Treatment of an abscess primarily consists of drainage and antibiotics. If the condition is mild, damp heat (warm compresses), may be applied. In more serious cases, the provider may choose to cut open and drain the abscess. A course of oral antibiotics may be prescribed to help control the infection.
Patients will be evaluated and appropriate treatment recommended. Nebulizer treatments can be performed on site.
Coughing, a sudden forcing of air from the lungs, is evaluated. It is a natural reflex to clear the air passages but it can also be a symptom of a disease or other medical problem. Some coughs are dry and hacking. Some coughs are deeper, even painful at times. Some coughs bring up mucus or phlegm. Health care providers call these coughs productive coughs. Coughs that bring mucus up out of your airways can make it easier to breathe. For example, if you have pneumonia, coughing is helpful because it clears the airway of mucus. This relieves chest congestion and makes it easier to breathe.
Skin Infections/Athlete’s Foot/Fungus Infections/Rashes
A thorough skin examination will be performed and oral and/or topical medications will be prescribed. When necessary wound cultures will be obtained.
Bronchitis, Ear Infections, Sinusitis, Sore Throats
Patients will be thoroughly evaluated. If necessary chest x-ray, rapid strep screen or another testing will be performed and reviewed with the patient. Appropriate treatment with antibiotics, antihistamines, decongestants or other medications will be recommended.
Burns from heat or chemical exposure are evaluated. If necessary patients will be referred to local facilities with special burn treatment capabilities. Ear wash: Performed as necessary for a buildup of ear wax.
We perform evaluations including a slit lamp exam to diagnose common infections such as pink eye as well as corneal abrasions and foreign bodies. Appropriate treatment will be recommended.
Evaluated and rapid testing for Influenza A and B can be performed.
Fractures and Other Musculoskeletal Injuries
X-rays will be performed on-site and reviewed with the patient. Initial fracture care can be performed.
We treat and evaluate symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, and nausea. Cultures can be obtained. Appropriate medications will be recommended.
Insect Bites and Skin Irritation
Upon evaluation, they may be treated with antibiotics, steroids or topical medication.
Evaluated on site and repair of most simple lacerations can be performed. Tetanus shot will be updated if necessary.
Urinary Tract Infections
Symptoms are evaluated and on-site urinalysis performed. Appropriate treatment including antibiotics will be recommended. Urine cultures will be sent to our lab for confirmation and sensitivity.
Migraines and related symptoms will be evaluated and treatment can include prescribed oral medication. In addition, CT scan of head may be performed on-site.
Performed to check overall health and make determine that there aren’t any latent medical issues. These may be given to anyone regardless of age, and include sports and school physicals.
Cold and Flu
Symptoms are commonly treated. Differentiating these two can be difficult because the symptoms are similar. Sometimes simple tests are performed to determine which a patient has. A clear way to identify the difference between the two is by how long the symptoms last. While a cold is often over after just a few days, the flu can last several weeks. Flu symptoms are usually much more intense as well, while cold symptoms tend to be milder. Symptoms to watch out for include: runny nose and congestion (more common in colds than in flu cases), fever only if you have the flu, muscle aches, headaches, sneezing, coughing, vomiting and diarrhea (usually present only in cases of swine flu), and fatigue. Colds very rarely change into anything more serious, so symptoms usually become milder after just a few days. The flu, however, can lead to bronchitis, pneumonia and even sinus infections if not treated properly. The elderly are especially at risk for complications, but so are children and people with health issues such as asthma.
A queasy feeling in the stomach that often precedes vomiting. There are a wide range of reasons that may be at cause. All symptoms are considered and subsequently addressed.
Fever, often a sign that the body is fighting an infection, is evaluated. You may get a fever when you have a viral or bacterial infection, such as an ear infection or the flu. A fever can also be a symptom of other medical problems. Abdominal aches and pains: Abdominal aches and pains are thoroughly evaluated. In adults, abdominal pain can range from a mild ache to acute (sudden onset) pain. Many organs might contribute to the symptoms and it can be difficult to diagnose the cause or source of the pain. In children, a “tummy ache” could indicate an emergency condition caused by blockage, infection with viruses or bacteria, food reactions, certain insect bites, poisoning from ingestion or even appendicitis. It could also simply be the result of anxiety or a stressful situation.