Millions of people need Urgent Care but have a problem finding service local to them. The information below should be able to help you find an Emergency Room Near You!
When you need an ER
ER visits are necessary when a patient is suffering from a life- or limb-threatening medical condition, or if their condition involves severe wounds or amputations. If symptoms arise suddenly and you believe that a life is in jeopardy, call 9-1-1.
ERs specialize in managing catastrophic illnesses and injuries such as:
• Signs of heart attacks, including chest pain
• Signs of stroke, like sudden onset of numbness in the arms or legs
• Severe shortness of breath
• Major life- or limb-threatening injuries
• Severe wounds and amputations
• Coughing up or vomiting blood
• Suicidal or homicidal feelings
Urgent Care Near Me
• PROPER TREATMENT
Our centers specialize in minor emergencies and are designed to promptly treat minor medical conditions before they become life-threatening. Life-threatening emergencies should always be directed to the ER.
• SHORTER WAIT TIMES
Waiting is a pain. At U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group, wait times are usually shorter than most patients experience at the ER. Life-threatening conditions are treated first, and then less serious cases such as colds, sprains, or minor cuts, are treated as ER provider time allows.
• SAVING MONEY
ER visits for non-life-threatening services may cost more than a visit to U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group. Overuse of the ER is one of the main reasons for the higher costs and rate increases for insurance premiums. U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group will generally cost you much less for the same service obtained at an ER.
Our physicians will make referrals for specialty or emergency care as indicated.