Emergency Care vs. Urgent Care
If you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms, please call 911.
You should seek Emergency Care when experiencing:
- Chest Pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Loss of consciousness
- Serious trauma
- Severe burns
- Broken bones
- Severe Abdominal pain
- Vomiting that is severe and continues for several hours
- Deep cuts and abrasions where bleeding is uncontrollable
- Pregnancy-related medical conditions
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You should seek care at an Urgent Care facility when experiencing:
- Cold symptoms - headache, cough, congestion
- Flu symptoms
- Ear infection
- Minor injuries
- Animal/insect bites
- Minor strains/sprains
- Minor bone fractures
- Sports physicals
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