Not every injury or illness needs a visit to the Emergency room. In fact, an urgent care clinic can treat many different conditions, and in some cases, can be a good alternative to waiting to see your regular doctor.
We know that sometimes you get sick or injured and can’t get in to see your doctor that day. But with an urgent care clinic, you can walk in and be seen that day – minimal wait and hassle. Best of all, an urgent care clinic can handle many of the things that you would think you might need an Emergency room, including broken bones.
When you first walk in to a Banner Urgent Care, you’ll notice it is a lot like most doctors’ offices. One of the biggest differences is you don’t need an appointment. You can walk-in, give the receptionist your name and some basic information and, after a short wait, a health professional will take you to an exam room. Plus, a visit to an urgent care clinic usually costs less than if you had to go to the Emergency room.
At the Banner Urgent Care clinics, our providers can treat a lot of different illnesses. In some cases, it can help you get back on the road to feeling better with a visit to urgent care rather than waiting for an available appointment.
We’re happy to help get you back to feeling well. Some of the non-life-threatening illnesses or conditions we treat include:
Injuries happen, and they happen when the doctor’s office is closed. Our urgent care clinics help fill the gap and keep you out of the Emergency department as often as possible.
Some of the injuries we can help you with include:
On-site X-ray and imaging tools can make your visit to the urgent care your only stop on your way to healing.
It’s good to know how healthy you are. If you’ve ever wondered if an urgent care clinic can handle physicals, you’ll be happy to know that our Banner Urgent Care clinics can and do handle physicals.
If your child is in sports, you’ll need a sports physical, and our urgent care can provide them, too. This can help you budget your time a little easier during the crazy days before back to school begins.