Urgent Care Vs Emergency Room



Urgent Care Clinic:
  • Back or muscle pain
  • Bronchitis      
  • Cuts and minor burns          
  • Diarrhea         
  • Earache                                 
  • Skin conditions                 
  • Sprains or joint pain                                                   
  • Upper respiratory infection     
  • Urinary tract infections   
  • Vomiting

Emergency Department:
  • Chest pain or pressure
  • Compound fracture (bone that protrudes through the skin)
  • Head injuries                         
  • Pneumonia   
  • Seizures           
  • Severe abdominal pain                         
  • Shortness of breath               
  • Sudden, severe headache, or paralysis or weakness                                   
  • Uncontrolled bleeding

Always call 911 and don't drive yourself to the Emergency Department if you are having difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, a life or limb injury, or signs of stroke or heart attack.

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