When to visit an ER

You should visit an emergency room if you are experiencing:

  • Any life-threatening or disabling conditions
  • Sudden or unexplained loss of consciousness
  • Major injuries
  • Chest pain; numbness in the face, arm or leg; difficulty speaking
  • Severe shortness of breath
  • High fever with stiff neck, mental confusion or difficulty breathing
  • Coughing up or vomiting blood
  • Cut or wound that won’t stop bleeding
  • Possible broken bones

 When to visit Urgent Care, Walk-In Care, or FastCare

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These locations treat a wide range of common ailments and injuries, including:

  • Athlete's foot
  • Basic labs (such as strep & pregnancy tests)
  • Bronchitis
  • Cough
  • Ear & sinus infections
  • Gout
  • Illnesses (such as cold & flu)
  • Insect bites
  • Minor abrasions & burns
  • Physicals (driver's permit & sport)
  • Pink eye
  • Poison ivy
  • Minor skin rashes
  • Sinus infections & seasonal allergies
  • Sore throat & strep throat
  • Stitches (Walk-In & Urgent Care only)
  • Stomach viruses
  • Swimmer's ear
  • Urinary tract infections
  • X-rays (Urgent Care only)

Call 911 for medical emergencies.

Download our infographic or watch our video to learn more about the differences between the ER and Urgent Care, FastCare, and Walk-In Care.