From minor scrapes to heart problems, we’ll help you get the right care at the right time. We offer both primary care and specialty services. See below to learn more about our care services.
How we help
Know where to get care
Your health, time and money are important. Most people want quality care near them at the at an affordable cost. The good news is that your primary care doctor or urgent care offers all three.
Your doctor is your health care partner
Your doctor already knows your health history, medical conditions and what medications you’re taking. When you need care, your doctor should be the first person you go to. They'll help make sure you get the right care at the right time.
Go to urgent care when your doctor isn't in
Urgent care doctors are knowledgeable and trained for urgent situations that are not life-threatening. Urgent care is usually fast and convenient. You don’t need an appointment and most locations are open late and on weekends.
Getting ER care quickly isn't guaranteed
If you go to the ER for a minor injury or illness, you may have to wait a long time to be seen. That's because other patients may have more serious conditions. Also, it's usually more expensive to get care at an ER compared to urgent care.
Know where to go for care
The right place to get care depends on your situation. Here’s how to get the care you need, at the right time and in the right place.
If it’s a true emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest ER right away.
- See your doctor for checkups, preventive care and shots. Your doctor can also treat you for basic health concerns such as colds, flu or minor injuries.
- Your doctor will also coordinate care with specialists to make sure you get the care you need.
- Go to urgent care for minor cuts, burns, broken bones, muscle sprains or strains. Urgent care staff can also care for coughs, fever, flu, skin rashes, sore throat and urinary tract infections.
- Note: The above are examples only and not a complete list.
Emergency room (ER):
- Seek ER treatment for chest pain, trouble breathing or bleeding that won’t stop. ER staff can also treat poisoning, major injuries or sudden numbness.
- Note: This is a list of example conditions and not a complete list.