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)

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

Call 911 for medical emergencies.