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The MedCare, walk-in clinic offers state-of-the-art, convenient care for conditions that require medical attention, but are not life threatening.

What is Urgent Care

Emergency Room vs. Urgent Care Clinic: What is the difference?

Hospital Emergency Rooms are filled with patients who suffer from the flu, colds and other minor urgent illnesses or injury seeking immediate medical attention. At MedCarePlus Urgent Care, we will treat many of these urgent illnesses or injury without the expense, frustration and wait time of an emergency room visit. MedCarePlus is open six days a week with walk-ins and no appointment required.

When to use the Urgent Care Clinic!

If someone becomes ill or is injured and their condition does not pose and immediate, serious threat to their health or life, urgent care is the right choice.  You can receive care at the Urgent Care Clinic for all your urgent conditions, illness or injury not likely to cause further disability or death if not treated immediately, but requires professional attention to prevent it from developing into a greater threat.

Go to Urgent Care Services to find out the type of illness and injuries we treat at MedCarePlus Urgent Care Clinic.

Urgent care clinics are ideal for treating conditions such as:

Urgent Care

  • Allergies
  • Cold or flu symptoms
  • Cough or bronchitis
  • Earache
  • Minor burns or bruises
  • Rash, poison ivy, allergic reaction
  • Fevers
  • Scrapes or minor cuts
  • Sore throat
  • Sprain
  • Minor fracture
  • Foreign object in eye or nose
When you have a medical condition, with acute symptoms severe enough that could be expected to cause immediate harm, or be threatening to life, limb or vision, you have an emergency situation and need to call 911 immediately and go to the Emergency Department.

When to use the Emergency Room!

If you are facing a life threatening situation call 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room. These are life-threatening, critical conditions, that require advanced medical attention:

Emergency Room

  • Stroke
  • Heart attack
  • Head trauma
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness or loss of coordination or balance
  • Sudden weakness or numbness, especially on one side of the body
  • Sudden confusion or difficulty speaking
  • Sudden blurred vision or loss of vision
  • Bleeding that won’t stop
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Major burns
  • Poisoning
  • Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath
  • Coughing up blood or vomiting
  • Sudden, severe headache
  • Severe burns
  • Seizures
  • Snake bites
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Pregnancy related problems
  • Children 1 year or younger

For life-threatening medical conditions, call 911 or go to nearest hospital Emergency Department

And when in doubt, call ahead. If we cannot accommodate your condition, we will advise you to go the nearest emergency facility.