Quick & Urgent Care

Informational Quick & Urgent Care Guides

Allergic Reaction

Allergic Reaction

Possible symptoms of allergies include runny nose, itchy eyes, rashes, swelling and in extreme cases can cause anaphylaxis.

Broken Bone

Broken Bone

This includes a complete or partial break (fracture) in a bone. The main symptom is pain and there may also be a loss of functionality.

Ear Infection

Ear Infection

An ear infection would include an inflammation of the inner, middle, or outer ear, often with an infection.

Fever with no rash

Fever with no rash

If you have a child between 90 days and 36 months old, you should visit an emergency room near you if the fever temperature is above 102.2 degrees.

Flu-like Symptoms

Flu-like Symptoms

This includes a severe cough, feeling weak and a sore throat.

Minor Burns

Minor Burns

A minor burn would include damage to the skin or deeper tissues caused by sun, hot liquids, fire, electricity, or chemicals.

Painful Urination

Painful Urination

Painful urination is also known as a UTI (Urinary tract infection.) This affects your kidneys, bladder, ureters and urethra.

Persistent Diarrhea

Persistent Diarrhea

Most persistent diarrhea can be treated with over the counter medicine, however if your diarrhea persists beyond two days contact your doctor.

Sprained Ankle

Sprained Ankle

A sprain is described as the tearing or stretching of the ligaments, that connect two bones together in your joints.

Vomiting

Vomiting

While vomiting can be caused by a hangover, pregnancy, overeating, or motion sickness; vomiting 1-8 hours after eating may be caused by food poisoning.