URGENT CARE CheckIn™

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WHEN TO GO TO THE URGENT CARE CLINIC

RESPIRATORY ILLNESS

Allergies • Congestion, either in the Nasal Sinuses or Lungs • Cough

FLU AND FLU LIKE SYMPTOMS

Ear Infection • Mono • Flu Immunization • Headaches and/or Body Aches

NAUSEA

Diarrhea • Pink Eye/Styes • Sinus Infection • Urinary Tract Infections

SKIN CONDITIONS

Rashes • Poison Ivy • Insect Stings/Bites • Minor Burns • Head Lice

BROKEN BONES / SPAINS

Bone Snap • Difficulty Moving the Injured Part • Partially Torn Ligaments

ABRASIONS AND CONTUSIONS

Suturing and Wound Closure • Lacerations and Burns • Minor Wound

PHYSICAL

The Exam to ensure You or Your Child is Healthy for School, Sports, Work or Camp.

VACCINATIONS

Protecting Children through Vaccines • Protecting Adults through Vaccines

WHEN TO GO TO THE ER

SIGNS OF A HEART ATTACK

SIGNS OF STROKE

ANAPHYLAXIS

SUDDEN OR UNEXPLAINED LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS

SEVERE HEAD INJURIES

SUDDEN LOSS OF VISION

SUDDEN SHORTNESS OF BREATH

COUGHING OR VOMITING BLOOD

SUICIDAL FEELINGS

PARTIAL OR TOTAL AMPUTATION OF A LIMB

SUDDEN SEVERE HEADACHE

LARGE OPEN WOUND

VAGINAL BLEEDING WITH PREGNANCY

SERIOUS BURNS

ALCOHOL DRUG OVERDOSE

WHEN TO TAKE YOUR CHILD TO THE ER

ANY DIFFICULTY BREATHING

BLUE LIPS, TONGUE, OR SKIN TONE

A CHANGE IN MENTAL STATUS

SEIZURES

INGESTION OF A TOXIC CHEMICAL OR PRESCRIPTION DRUG PRESCRIBED FOR SOMEONE ELSE

CURRENT FLU TRENDS IN THE UNITED STATES

Fight Influenza

CDC urges you to take these steps to protect yourself and others from the flu:

  1. Get vaccinated against flu – it’s your best defense.
  2. Cover your cough, wash hands often.
  3. Take antiviral drugs if your doctor recommends them.
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WHAT TO EXPECT AT THE URGENT CARE CLINIC

Registration

Filling out advance online check in forms provides the clinic with your initial information and lets the clinic know you are on the way. You will still need to complete your registration when you arrive at the clinic. Please remember to bring your license, insurance card, and form of payment with you at the time of visit.

Exam

After the registration process is complete, a staff member will take you into a private exam room where you’ll begin your exam. You should be prepared to answer questions about your past medical history, surgical history, current medications, and they will take your basic vital signs.

Once you’re finished with your pre-evaluation, the doctor will listen to your concerns, examine you, and may request diagnostic testing. Testing can include X-rays, blood and urine tests, or an EKG to assist in making a diagnosis and treatment plan. The doctor will then share a diagnosis and treatment plan.

Discharge

You will then be given discharge information that includes your diagnosis and information regarding your condition, any prescriptions with instructions, and follow-up care. It is always recommended to follow up with your primary care doctor after any urgent care visit.