Bellaire Urgent Care Clinic 

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Why visit an urgent care center for medical treatment?

Visiting an urgent care center is recommended over visiting your local hospitals emergency room for several reasons. An urgent care center is one that offers you treatment for medical situations that require time-sensitive care. An emergency room is only to be used for emergency medical situations, which means medical situations that are deemed to be life-threatening.

When someone is experiencing an urgent care situation and they are not able to make it in to see their primary care provider in a timely manner, they can instead choose to visit their local urgent care center.

For more immediate or after-hours care, a trip to an urgent care clinic can be a great solution. Unless it’s a true emergency, urgent care is generally a better use of a patient’s time and resources. Many of them are open seven days a week, have far shorter wait times than the ER, and cost less than a traditional hospital emergency room visit.

Many urgent care clinics also have advanced diagnostic imaging like X-ray machines and lab capabilities to assess your illness or injury onsite. Urgent care providers can prescribe medications and recommend a higher level of care, if needed.

What is Considered an Urgent Medical Condition?

Urgent medical conditions are ones that are not considered emergencies but still require care within 24 hours. Some examples include:

  • Accidents and falls
  • Cuts that don’t involve much blood but might need stitches
  • Breathing difficulties, such as mild to moderate asthma
  • Diagnostic services, including X-rays and laboratory tests
  • Eye irritation and redness
  • Fever or flu
  • Minor broken bones and fractures in fingers or toes
  • Moderate back problems
  • Severe sore throat or cough
  • Skin rashes and infections
  • Sprains and strains
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Vomiting, diarrhea, or dehydration

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Situations That May Require Urgent Treatment at Urgent Care Bellaire

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The Urgent Care Centre offers one-stop care for individuals of all ages who have a non-life-threatening illness or injury, including:

  • Ear aches
  • Eye problems
  • Sprains and strains
  • Broken bones
  • Cuts that may need stitches
  • Minor burns
  • Fever
  • Nose and throat complaints
  • Minor abdominal pain (nausea, vomiting, flu-like symptoms)
  • Any illness that cannot wait for your family physician and is unlikely to require a hospital admission.

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What kinds of services are provided at urgent care?

The following is a list of some of the more common kinds of services that an urgent care center can provide. While an urgent care center is known for its urgent care services, many centers also offer additional services that are not deemed to be urgent.

Treatment for common colds, the flu

Treatment is available to address the many symptoms that come with the common cold or the flu. Those who are living with a chronic disease or a compromised immune system will especially benefit from receiving urgent care services when they are sick with a cold.

Treatment for stomachaches and ear infections

Stomachaches and ear infections are two of the more common reasons why someone would require urgent care services.

Treatment for minor injuries

A short list of minor injuries an urgent care center can treat include minor burns, minor lacerations, minor sprains and small fractures.

School and sports physicals

Urgent care services often include providing children with the school or sports physical they need to ensure they are in good overall health prior to joining a sports team or to starting school.

No one knows when an urgent medical situation is going to happen. The hours available to visit a primary care provider are limited, which means when an urgent care situation happens outside of one’s primary care provider’s hours, they must seek other medical treatment options. While many people choose to visit their local emergency room, there are better options available.

Our Urgent Care team members are a highly-qualified group of professionals, including emergency physicians, registered nurses, registered practical nurses and clinical receptions assistants.

Together we provide a coordinated team approach that meets individual and family needs.

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What kinds of services are provided at urgent care?

The urgent care centre (UCC) at Chase Farm Hospital is there if you, or your child, needs medical treatment or advice for a minor illness or injury that isn’t life-threatening.

This could include:

  • sprains, strains, and broken bones
  • minor burns and scalds
  • minor head and eye injuries
  • bites and stings
  • minor illnesses

You don’t need to have an appointment – just turn up and you’ll be seen by the appropriate healthcare professional. The UCC is open from 8am-10pm every day. The UCC is located on the ground floor of the hospital near to the multi-storey car park.

We strive to see, treat and discharge 80% of patients from the UCC within two hours of arrival. At times of high demand, we may not be able to manage this and ask for your understanding and patience. We will always treat patients in the order of clinical need.  

There is no emergency department at Chase Farm Hospital. If you require treatment that cannot be managed at the UCC, you will be transferred to the emergency department at either Barnet Hospital or the Royal Free Hospital.

No one knows when an urgent medical situation is going to happen. The hours available to visit a primary care provider are limited, which means when an urgent care situation happens outside of one’s primary care provider’s hours, they must seek other medical treatment options. While many people choose to visit their local emergency room, there are better options available.

Our Urgent Care team members are a highly-qualified group of professionals, including emergency physicians, registered nurses, registered practical nurses and clinical receptions assistants.

Together we provide a coordinated team approach that meets individual and family needs.

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What we do

The urgent care centre at Guy’s Hospital offers an alternative to the emergency department (A&E) for a range of minor injuries and urgent medical problems.

It is a walk-in NHS service for patients whose condition is urgent enough that they cannot wait for the next GP appointment (usually within 48 hours) but who do not need emergency treatment at the emergency department (A&E). It is staffed by a GP working alongside emergency nurses. 

We have facilities to x-ray limbs for suspected fractures and prescribe medicines, however the service is not set up to do blood tests, chest X-rays or more complex imaging such as CT or MRI scans. The unit will usually treat patients with less serious injuries more quickly than the emergency department (A&E).

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We treat minor injuries and illnesses 

These include:

    • broken bones
    • bites
    • burns and scalds
    • infections
    • minor illnesses in children and adults including fever, infections and rashes
    • sprains
    • wounds.

This service does not replace a patient’s own GP. Your GP is ideal for most treatments as they hold medical records and have a broader picture of your health. He or she can also refer patients to specialist services for less time-critical conditions.

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When to Go to Urgent Care

When to Go to Urgent Care

Urgent care centers like GoHealth Urgent Care are perfect for most non-emergency situations. They’re also ideal if something happens outside of normal business hours of 9 to 5. For example, most GoHealth Urgent Care clinics are open until 8:00 p.m. on weekdays and from 9:00 am to 4:00 or 5:00 on weekends, when most doctors’ offices are typically closed. Be sure to check the location hours located on each center page!!

You should visit an urgent care center if you experience any of the following:

  • Minor fractures

  • X-rays                                                                       

  • Back pain

  • Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea                                 

  • Minor headaches                                                    

  • Blood work                                                  

  • Bumps, cuts and scrapes                                               

  • Fever

    • ER may be more appropriate for infants and toddlers though                                                             

  • Ear or sinus pain                                                  

  • Vaccinations                                                             

  • Cough or sore throat                                         

  • Lab services

  • Animal bites

  • Stitches

  • Sprains and strains

  • Mild asthma

  • Foreign objects in the eyes or nose

  • Allergies

  • Rashes and minor burns

  • Burning with urination

  • Eye irritation, swelling or pain

  • Minor allergic reactions

  • Cold or flu symptoms

You may be thinking, an emergency room will treat these problems, too. Why go to urgent care? Here are a few reasons:

  1. 90% of urgent care patients wait 30 minutes or less to see a provider. GoHealth Urgent Care’s website has a handy timeclock that automatically tells you the expected wait upon arrival.

  2. 84% of urgent care patients are in and out within an hour.

  3. Walk-ins are welcome, and there’s no need to schedule an appointment ahead of time, though doing so can get you in and out more quickly.

  4. Urgent care is more affordable. An ambulance ride to an ER can cost around $1,200 or more!

  5. Urgent care can be found in convenient, nearby locations like shopping centers and commercial plazas.

  6. Most urgent care centers take insurance. GoHealth Urgent Care is in-network with most major insurance providers, Medicare, Medicaid, worker’s compensation and motor vehicle insurance. We even partner with businesses.

When to Go to an Emergency Room

Emergency rooms are perfect for emergency situations. If you have a life-threatening condition, go straight to your nearest ER. Such conditions include:

  • Chest pain

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Stroke

  • Head trauma

  • Severe bleeding

  • Loss of vision

The difference between urgent care and emergency rooms is the severity of the health problem. If the condition is life-threatening, go to an emergency room.

If the condition is a minor illness or injury, take advantage of the convenience and affordability your local GoHealth Urgent Care has to offer!

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What we do

The urgent care centre at Guy’s Hospital offers an alternative to the emergency department (A&E) for a range of minor injuries and urgent medical problems.

It is a walk-in NHS service for patients whose condition is urgent enough that they cannot wait for the next GP appointment (usually within 48 hours) but who do not need emergency treatment at the emergency department (A&E). It is staffed by a GP working alongside emergency nurses. 

We have facilities to x-ray limbs for suspected fractures and prescribe medicines, however the service is not set up to do blood tests, chest X-rays or more complex imaging such as CT or MRI scans. The unit will usually treat patients with less serious injuries more quickly than the emergency department (A&E).

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We treat minor injuries and illnesses 

These include:

    • broken bones
    • bites
    • burns and scalds
    • infections
    • minor illnesses in children and adults including fever, infections and rashes
    • sprains
    • wounds.

This service does not replace a patient’s own GP. Your GP is ideal for most treatments as they hold medical records and have a broader picture of your health. He or she can also refer patients to specialist services for less time-critical conditions.

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When to Go to Urgent Care

When to Go to Urgent Care

Urgent care centers like GoHealth Urgent Care are perfect for most non-emergency situations. They’re also ideal if something happens outside of normal business hours of 9 to 5. For example, most GoHealth Urgent Care clinics are open until 8:00 p.m. on weekdays and from 9:00 am to 4:00 or 5:00 on weekends, when most doctors’ offices are typically closed. Be sure to check the location hours located on each center page!!

You should visit an urgent care center if you experience any of the following:

  • Minor fractures

  • X-rays                                                                       

  • Back pain

  • Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea                                 

  • Minor headaches                                                    

  • Blood work                                                  

  • Bumps, cuts and scrapes                                               

  • Fever

    • ER may be more appropriate for infants and toddlers though                                                             

  • Ear or sinus pain                                                  

  • Vaccinations                                                             

  • Cough or sore throat                                         

  • Lab services

  • Animal bites

  • Stitches

  • Sprains and strains

  • Mild asthma

  • Foreign objects in the eyes or nose

  • Allergies

  • Rashes and minor burns

  • Burning with urination

  • Eye irritation, swelling or pain

  • Minor allergic reactions

  • Cold or flu symptoms

You may be thinking, an emergency room will treat these problems, too. Why go to urgent care? Here are a few reasons:

  1. 90% of urgent care patients wait 30 minutes or less to see a provider. GoHealth Urgent Care’s website has a handy timeclock that automatically tells you the expected wait upon arrival.

  2. 84% of urgent care patients are in and out within an hour.

  3. Walk-ins are welcome, and there’s no need to schedule an appointment ahead of time, though doing so can get you in and out more quickly.

  4. Urgent care is more affordable. An ambulance ride to an ER can cost around $1,200 or more!

  5. Urgent care can be found in convenient, nearby locations like shopping centers and commercial plazas.

  6. Most urgent care centers take insurance. GoHealth Urgent Care is in-network with most major insurance providers, Medicare, Medicaid, worker’s compensation and motor vehicle insurance. We even partner with businesses.

When to Go to an Emergency Room

Emergency rooms are perfect for emergency situations. If you have a life-threatening condition, go straight to your nearest ER. Such conditions include:

  • Chest pain

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Stroke

  • Head trauma

  • Severe bleeding

  • Loss of vision

The difference between urgent care and emergency rooms is the severity of the health problem. If the condition is life-threatening, go to an emergency room.

If the condition is a minor illness or injury, take advantage of the convenience and affordability your local GoHealth Urgent Care has to offer!

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We treat minor injuries and illnesses 

These include:

    • broken bones
    • bites
    • burns and scalds
    • infections
    • minor illnesses in children and adults including fever, infections and rashes
    • sprains
    • wounds.

This service does not replace a patient’s own GP. Your GP is ideal for most treatments as they hold medical records and have a broader picture of your health. He or she can also refer patients to specialist services for less time-critical conditions.

BEST CLINIC LAYOUT

When to Go to Urgent Care

When to Go to Urgent Care

Urgent care centers like GoHealth Urgent Care are perfect for most non-emergency situations. They’re also ideal if something happens outside of normal business hours of 9 to 5. For example, most GoHealth Urgent Care clinics are open until 8:00 p.m. on weekdays and from 9:00 am to 4:00 or 5:00 on weekends, when most doctors’ offices are typically closed. Be sure to check the location hours located on each center page!!

You should visit an urgent care center if you experience any of the following:

  • Minor fractures

  • X-rays                                                                       

  • Back pain

  • Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea                                 

  • Minor headaches                                                    

  • Blood work                                                  

  • Bumps, cuts and scrapes                                               

  • Fever

    • ER may be more appropriate for infants and toddlers though                                                             

  • Ear or sinus pain                                                  

  • Vaccinations                                                             

  • Cough or sore throat                                         

  • Lab services

  • Animal bites

  • Stitches

  • Sprains and strains

  • Mild asthma

  • Foreign objects in the eyes or nose

  • Allergies

  • Rashes and minor burns

  • Burning with urination

  • Eye irritation, swelling or pain

  • Minor allergic reactions

  • Cold or flu symptoms

You may be thinking, an emergency room will treat these problems, too. Why go to urgent care? Here are a few reasons:

  1. 90% of urgent care patients wait 30 minutes or less to see a provider. GoHealth Urgent Care’s website has a handy timeclock that automatically tells you the expected wait upon arrival.

  2. 84% of urgent care patients are in and out within an hour.

  3. Walk-ins are welcome, and there’s no need to schedule an appointment ahead of time, though doing so can get you in and out more quickly.

  4. Urgent care is more affordable. An ambulance ride to an ER can cost around $1,200 or more!

  5. Urgent care can be found in convenient, nearby locations like shopping centers and commercial plazas.

  6. Most urgent care centers take insurance. GoHealth Urgent Care is in-network with most major insurance providers, Medicare, Medicaid, worker’s compensation and motor vehicle insurance. We even partner with businesses.

When to Go to an Emergency Room

Emergency rooms are perfect for emergency situations. If you have a life-threatening condition, go straight to your nearest ER. Such conditions include:

  • Chest pain

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Stroke

  • Head trauma

  • Severe bleeding

  • Loss of vision

The difference between urgent care and emergency rooms is the severity of the health problem. If the condition is life-threatening, go to an emergency room.

If the condition is a minor illness or injury, take advantage of the convenience and affordability your local GoHealth Urgent Care has to offer!

Our services include all types

The team of qualified doctors and nurses at the American Urgent Care Clinic have extensive experience in the field of urgency care and we will be able to help you with anything you need. We specialize in diagnosis and treatment of infections, allergies, fractures, lacerations and foreign body removal.

Our number one priority is your health and safety. Should you wish to see a member of our highly qualified medical staff, simply walk in and you will be seen in minimal time. Also, please feel free to send us an email or give us a call.

Urgent Care by the Board Certified Family Physician

Choosing experienced doctors who are trained in urgent care is imperative to ensure that quality medical care is provided at the right time. At the American Urgent Care Clinic, the health and safety of your loved ones are our number one priority. Our Medical Director and urgent care clinic owner, Dr. Robert Newman has extensive experience in the field of general medicine. We have multiple patient care rooms, fully-equipped with the latest in medical technology. We have high-quality medical and resuscitation equipment, for emergent cases. Feel free to reach out to us for help and support. Known as the top urgent care in Tarzana, we’re confident that you can trust us with anything you need.
Dr. Robert Newman has specialized in family medicine from the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine. His decade-long experience in providing immediate and urgent medical aid has equipped him with the knowledge, skill, and expertise needed to handle cases of varying levels of complexity. Dr. Newman is an urgent care specialist with extensive knowledge of urgent medical procedures. At the American Urgent Care Center we treat all types of emergent cases from body and face lacerations, foreign body and soft tissue removal, and we do nebulizer treatments. No appointment is required, and we have extended hours on nights and weekends to service your needs.
If you require an X-ray or an EKG, visit our urgent care center. We are equipped to provide you with any urgent care treatment you require with our state of the art technology. Our urgent medicine doctors have extensive experience treating patients of all ages, including working with children. From splinting to ear lavage, our expert medical team is staffed with board certified family medicine physicians ready to treat you. Walk in to our urgent care clinic anytime, and you will not only wait less, but you’ll save more compared to a regular emergency room. You will get seen more quickly and at a much lower cost.
No matter whether your condition was caused by a sports injury,work-related accident, or otherwise, we welcome the chance to serve you.
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Choose our board-certified doctors for urgent care in Tarzana

Do you need immediate medical assistance? Visit us, where we have a staff of highly qualified medical professionals with extensive experience in providing urgent medical care. Our Medical Director, Dr. Robert Newman, has over 10 years experience in various medical facilities including UCLA Urgent Care. He has also worked at multiple hospitals, clinics, and medical centers including UCLA Urgent Care, Valley Presbyterian Hospital Emergency Department, West Hills Hospital, Santa Monica Bay Physicians Urgent Care, Malibu Urgent Care, West Oaks Urgent Care, US Healthworks, and HealthCare Partners. Dr. Newman is board-certified in family medicine. From flu shots for your infant to diabetes testing for the elderly, you can rely on him to provide personalized medical care and attention to every member of your family. The doctor is renowned for his sense of humor and his warmth, and his sunny disposition and approachability make him a favorite with all patients. Dr. Newman’s number one priority is the physical and mental well-being of his patients. Whether you have a question about the injury or a query about post-treatment care, you can feel free to reach out to him anytime. He is more than happy to be of assistance. His service mindedness and laser-beam focus make him the perfect choice for medical care.

 

We offer a wide range of services to meet your needs

Choosing professionals for urgent medical care can be challenging. It is imperative that you select a medical professional who has the knowledge and expertise to provide timely and effective treatment. What is done in the first few hours post-injury will determine the rate of success of further treatments. At the American Urgent Care Clinic, our team of qualified doctors will ensure that you are provided the focused care and immediate assistance you require on a walk-in basis.

Here is why you should choose us for medical assistance:

  • Specialized in urgent care
  • Full staff of trained and certified medical professionals
  • Extensive experience in both pediatric and geriatric care
  • Wide range of services
  • State-of-the-art medical facilities
  • Timely treatment and support
  • Creation of customized treatment plans
  • Associated with multiple specialty hospitals and clinics
  • Team of compassionate and approachable doctors and nurses
  • On-site pharmacy for medications, providing splints and crutches
  • Extended hours on weekdays and weekends

When to seek urgent care

Urgent care is a category of walk-in clinic focused on the delivery of ambulatory care in a dedicated medical facility outside of a traditional emergency room. Urgent care centers primarily treat injuries or illnesses requiring immediate care, but not serious enough to require an ER visit.

 

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Minor Cuts and Injuries? We Can Treat That

It’s an unfortunate truth that no matter what time of year it is, there’s always a chance of falling victim to minor injuries, sprains, burns, and lacerations. And whether you’re barbecuing, camping, or even going for a jog, there’s some small potential for injury at nearly every turn. Fortunately, PhysicianOne Urgent Care is here to treat your minor injuries—and do it at a time that’s convenient for you.

Our team at PhysicianOne Urgent Care is available on a walk-in basis to treat minor injuries and cuts that, while not requiring a trip to the ER, still need expert medical care. At PhysicianOne Urgent Care, we always have highly experienced doctors and health professionals ready to help you.

How can we help?

If you’re wondering what types of injuries we treat, here are some of the services we perform and cases we see on a regular basis.

  • Lacerations
  • Cuts and abrasions
  • Stitches and stapling of minor injuries
  • Removal of foreign objects
  • Infected wounds
  • Breaks and fractures
  • Sprains and strains
  • Tendonitis
  • Minor burns
  • X-rays

When to go to the emergency room

It’s also important to know when your injuries are severe and possibly life-threatening. If you experience any of the following injuries, call 911 or get to an emergency room right away:

  • Limb-threatening injuries
  • Severe bleeding
  • Open fractures
  • Head injuries
  • Chest pain
  • Major trauma
  • Weakness or numbness on one side of the body

What is Nausea/Vomiting/Diarrhea?

Nausea is a feeling of uneasiness in the stomach that often occurs before vomiting. Vomiting is the forced emptying of the stomach’s contents through the mouth. While nausea and vomiting are not diseases, they may be symptoms of numerous health conditions.

Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea and usually harmless symptoms, but in some cases, may be a sign of a more serious illness, such as meningitis, a concussion, appendicitis, or a brain tumor.

Treatment for Nausea/Vomiting/Diarrhea

In mild cases, these symptoms can often be treated at home. Eating small, bland meals throughout the day, avoiding hard-to-digest foods, staying hydrated with small amounts of clear liquids, and resting in a sitting position can all help to lessen symptoms.

If you are experiencing the following symptoms, seek medical attention ASAP:

  • If home treatment is not effective or you are dehydrated
  • If vomiting or diarrhea has lasted more than 24 hours
  • There is blood in vomit or stool
  • A severe headache or stiff neck
  • Lethargy or confusion

If you are experiencing nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, contact Springfield Urgent Care today. We can help to relieve your symptoms for a happier, healthier you!

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