What kind of care do you need?

You may need to go to the ER if you are experiencing any of these symptoms.

Head Trauma with

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Blood-thinning medication
  • Increased confusion
  • Seizure
  • Vomiting

Chest Pain with

  • History of heart attack
  • Pain that travels down left arm
  • Shortness of breath
  • Concern for heart cause

Allergic reaction with

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Throat swelling

Trauma with

  • Exposed bone
  • Suspected tendon injury
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Head involvement

High fever with

  • Children less than 3 months old
  • Immunocompromised children
  • Temperature over 104 degrees in adults

Sharp abdominal pain with

  • Pregnancy
  • Fever
  • Debilitating

Extreme dehydration

Uncontrolled sugar with

  • Level over 400
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Confusion/weakness

Uncontrolled blood pressure

  • over180/120 with additional symptoms

Is Urgent Care the right choice?

Urgent Care Emergency Dept
Acid Reflux
Allergy with minor symptoms
Asthma attack with minor symptoms
Bites and stings with Fever, Chills, or Red streaking
Bites and stings with minor symptoms
Breathing with difficulty
Broken bones such as a fractured skull, exposed spine, or open fracture
Broken bones in extremities with no deformity
Burns and cuts related to a tendon injury, or if there is exposed bone
Chest Pain with a history of MI, or concern for MI
Chest Pain that is non cardiac
Cold Sores
Concussion
Constipation
Cough and Cold
Diarrhea that is bloody for greater than a week, or signs of dehydration
Diarrhea that is non-bloody for less than a week
Dizziness
Ear Pain
Excessive bleeding that remains uncontrolled with 10-15 min of direct pressure, or if you’re taking a blood thinner
Fainting
Fever: Adults over 104°F Children less than 3 months or without complete immunizations Children with over 102.2°F that are immunocompromised
Fever less than 104°
Fever that is less than 104°F
Flu symptoms that are severe
Flu symptoms that are moderate
Foreign object removal
Headache that is severe, or sudden which is not your normal
Head wound where there is loss of consciousness, or if you are on a blood thinner
Head wound with no loss of consciousness
Nausea that is associated with head trauma
Nausea
Numbness in arm, face or leg
Pink eye
Rash or skin concern accompanied with a fever
Rash or skin concern
Seizures
Severe pain greater than 7 out of 10
Sexually transmitted disease
Sore throat
Stomach pain with severe symptoms
Stomach pain with minor symptoms
Sprains and strains
Urinary tract infection
Vomiting that is severe
Vomiting
Wounds from a gunshot
Wounds other than gunshot

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Are you experiencing a severe headache, severe chest pain, severe abdominal pain, stroke or heart attack symptoms, major injury or bleeding, or blood clots? If so, you need more than immediate or urgent care, call 911 now!