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    • AUGUST 9, 2022
    How Much is Urgent Care Without Insurance?

    How Much is Urgent Care Without Insurance?

    The cost of most health insurance plans continues to rise and so does the number of Americans who do not have health insurance. Whether you have insurance or not, the cost of healthcare is significant, so you need a plan on where to receive care if/when the need arises for you or a family member.

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    • JULY 29, 2022
    Is Urgent Care a Good Option for Primary Care?

    Is Urgent Care a Good Option for Primary Care?

    If there’s one thing that has changed dramatically in the healthcare space during the pandemic, it has been the rise of urgent care adoption in the US. Urgent Care has grown steadily over the past 25 years, although COVID-19 accelerated this growth as urgent care providers were able to quickly adapt to fluid restrictions and

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    • MAY 24, 2022
    Why Visit an Urgent Care Clinic after a Sports Injury?

    Why Visit an Urgent Care Clinic after a Sports Injury?

    For anyone who participates in sports activities, they understand injuries are a part of the game. So, when an injury occurs what healthcare provider should you go to first to get medical treatment? Urgent care clinics provide an amazing healthcare option to treat sports injuries for several important reasons. First, urgent care clinics provide high-qualityRead more
    • APRIL 22, 2022
    Are You Allergic? Seasonal Allergies 101

    Are You Allergic? Seasonal Allergies 101

    It's that time of year again - flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and allergies are in full swing. For some people, this means a few sneezes and a runny nose. For others it can result in a full-blown asthma attack or a weeks-long battle with sinus infections. So how do you know ifRead more
    • APRIL 4, 2022
    Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection (RSV)

    Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection (RSV)

    Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection (or “RSV”) is a respiratory virus that often causes mild symptoms that are similar to the common cold or flu. Like cold and flu, people who contract RSV usually recover in 7-14 days. Serious cases can develop, though, and these cases are more common in infants and older adults with RSVRead more
    • MARCH 1, 2022
    Telemedicine: Benefits, Value & How it Works

    Telemedicine: Benefits, Value & How it Works

    As video conferencing technology continues to improve, it has fostered the growth of a new method of delivering healthcare for urgent care patients. This new form of online medical care is called Telemedicine (or Video Visits) and continues to gain adoption by providers and popularity among consumers – especially with the COVID-19 pandemic. Telemedicine enablesRead more
    • FEBRUARY 14, 2022
    Childhood Asthma Vs. Adult Asthma – Is There a Difference?

    Childhood Asthma Vs. Adult Asthma – Is There a Difference?

    One of the most common health problems in the United States today is asthma. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), approximately 25 million people in North America are affected by this breathing disorder[1]. Asthma affects sufferers in very individualized ways. For some, asthma is nothing more than a slight irritation. For others, aRead more
    • FEBRUARY 1, 2022
    The Difference Between a Cold (Bacterial Infection) and the Flu (Viral Infection)

    The Difference Between a Cold (Bacterial Infection) and the Flu (Viral Infection)

    In this “winter cold season” when illnesses are making their way through schools, workplaces, restaurants, and retail stores how do you know whether what you have is a common cold, strep throat, flu, or now COVID-19? Although strep throat and flu are very different types of infections (strep is a bacterial infection and influenza isRead more
    • NOVEMBER 17, 2021
    COVID-19 Testing Center

    COVID-19 Testing Center

    Every year, between October and May, Americans become susceptible to the seasonal flu. This year, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has warned of a more serious outspread of the flu, telling Americans to get vaccinated for both the flu and COVID-19. The flu season is here and the symptoms of the season flu areRead more
    • SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
    COVID Symptoms, Testing, And Treatment

    COVID Symptoms, Testing, And Treatment

    The year 2020 will forever remain etched in our memory as the year that our lives came to a standstill – the year that a pandemic threatened to change the course of our lives forever. With stringent measures being enforced by the governments of countries across the world and with every cough or flu causingRead more