Urgent Care Clinic Accepting New Patients in NYC
Do you experience minor problems that require medical attention for treatment but are not life-threatening? Urgent care treats less serious and non-life-threatening conditions including minor illnesses, injuries, colds, flu, minor wounds, sprains, sinus infections, ear infections, and sore throats. For more information, contact us today or book an appointment online. We have convenient locations in Brooklyn NYC, East Harlem NYC, Coney Island NYC, Nostrand NYC, and Metropolitan NYC.
Table of Contents:
What does an urgent care doctor do?
What time is the best to go to urgent care?
When should you go to urgent care?
Is Express Health Urgent Care accepting new patients for urgent care?
An urgent care doctor provides medical treatment for illnesses and injuries that require immediate attention but are not serious enough to warrant a visit to the emergency room. These physicians are specially trained to handle a wide range of non-life-threatening conditions and provide prompt, efficient, and effective care. They are equipped to diagnose and treat a variety of illnesses, injuries, and medical conditions such as sprains, minor burns, ear infections, respiratory infections, skin conditions, back or joint pain, minor broken bones, fever, flu-like symptoms, and minor headaches.
Urgent care doctors can also provide diagnostic services such as X-rays and lab tests. They can also provide routine medical services such as physicals and vaccinations. These physicians work in an urgent care center, which is open for extended hours, and are able to handle walk-ins. Urgent care centers are an efficient and cost-effective alternative to emergency rooms for non-emergency medical issues and can help to reduce wait times and costs for patients.
The best time to visit an urgent care center can vary depending on the location and the specific needs of the patient. Typically, early in the morning or during the weekdays is the best time to visit, as these are the times when the centers are less busy and you may be seen more quickly. It can be a good idea to call ahead and check for wait times, that way you can plan your visit accordingly.
As urgent care centers are open for extended hours, you can always drop in without an appointment if necessary. In addition, if you don’t have a primary care physician, or they are not available, you can visit an urgent care physician to get support with managing your chronic condition or with non-life-threatening medical concerns. The urgent care physician can also assist you by referring you to a primary care physician in your area.
You should visit an urgent care center when you have a non-life-threatening illness or injury that requires prompt medical attention but is not severe enough to warrant a visit to the emergency room. Some examples of conditions that can be treated at an urgent care center include:
● Minor cuts, burns, or sprains
● Fever or flu-like symptoms
● Sore throat or earache
● Sinus or respiratory infections
● Rashes or skin conditions
● Back or joint pain
● Minor broken bones or fractures
● Vomiting or diarrhea
● Mild to moderate asthma or allergic reactions
● Minor headaches or migraines
● Physicals and vaccines
● Work-related injuries
It is advisable to call ahead and check for wait times, and to have a primary care physician follow up with you if needed. In case of a serious or life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Express Health Urgent Care is proud to announce that we are now accepting new patients! Our state-of-the-art medical facilities are equipped to handle a wide range of non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries, and our team of highly trained and experienced doctors and nurses is dedicated to providing the highest quality care to our patients.
Our centers are open extended hours, Monday to Friday, 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM, and we offer walk-in services, so you can receive treatment when you need it, without the need for an appointment. We understand that illnesses and injuries can happen at any time, and we want to make sure that our patients have access to the medical care they need when they need it.
From minor cuts and sprains to fever and flu-like symptoms, our team is equipped to handle a wide range of conditions. We also provide diagnostic services such as X-rays and lab tests, as well as physicals and vaccinations. Don’t hesitate to come and see us if you need medical attention, and we will be more than happy to help you. Contact us for an appointment or walk-in at your earliest convenience. Our team of professionals is ready to get you the answers and treatment that you need. We serve patients from Brooklyn NYC, Queens NY, East Harlem NYC, Manhattan NY, Coney Island NYC, Midwood NY, Nostrand NYC, Ridgewood NY, Metropolitan NYC, Greenwich Village NY, and surrounding areas.
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