The doctors at Premier Medical Group can treat almost any urgent medical condition you present with, including:
If you’re not sure if your condition can be diagnosed and treated in urgent care, contact Premier Medical Group who can assist you in determining the best option for treatment, or book your appointment online today.
Only a representative of your insurance company can answer that question, but most policies include coverage for urgent care visits with a copayment similar to that required for an office visit under the same policy. You can contact member services -- the number is probably located on the back of your insurance card -- to find out how urgent care visits are covered.
The emergency room is better prepared to intervene during life-threatening emergencies, which may be indicated by chest pain, shortness of breath, signs or symptoms of stroke, hemorrhage (severe bleeding), trauma, or unconsciousness.
If you’re suffering from any of those signs or symptoms or believe your situation is life-threatening, you should call 911 or seek treatment in the nearest emergency room.
Primary care doctors -- family practice physicians, pediatricians, internal medicine doctors -- provide urgent care services. They're trained to diagnose and treat most conditions that can plague the human body.
No. You can make an appointment in advance to limit wait times or stop by the clinic when you need treatment. Patients who schedule in advance can expect shorter wait times, but all patients will receive treatment as time allows.
Wait times depend on several factors, including the number of patients seeking treatment at any given time, the complexity and severity of conditions being treated, and the number of physicians on staff.
The staff at Premier Medical Group always aims to keep wait times for walk-in patients under one hour and believe in transparent communication when wait times exceed our estimates.
Feel free to email us regarding any scheduling or general questions!