Find a Health Care Facility
You don’t always get injured or sick when your doctor’s office is open. Sometimes, you must seek treatment elsewhere, and this map can connect you with options in your community.
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Pick the Best Option for Your Condition
Keep in mind that a hospital’s emergency room is not always the best option. Pay close attention to your symptoms and seek the most appropriate care to save yourself time and money.
When to Go to Walk-In or Urgent Care Clinics
Walk-in clinics and urgent care centers are best at treating urgent medical conditions when prompt attention is needed, but there is not an immediate, serious threat to health or life. Walk-in clinics or urgent care centers can treat for these types of symptoms and others:
- Coughs, sore throats, and flu symptoms
- Ear or sinus pain
- Minor burns and bruises
- Scrapes and lacerations
- Sprains and strains
When in doubt, call in advance. A walk-in clinic or urgent care center that cannot treat your condition will advise you to go to the emergency room, saving you time and energy.
When to Go to the Hospital’s Emergency Room or Call 9-1-1:
Emergency care is for sudden or unexpected medical conditions that could cause significant harm or death without prompt attention. You should call 9-1-1 and seek emergency care for these types of symptoms and others:
- Chest pain
- Difficulty breathing or speaking
- Severe bleeding or head trauma
- Loss of consciousness
- Major burns