This service is not for use in emergencies. You should call 911 or have someone take you straight to the emergency room if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • chest pain,
  • seizure,
  • trouble breathing,
  • bad stomach pain,
  • blurred vision,
  • bad headache,
  • dizziness or weakness,
  • stiffness in your neck,
  • numbness,
  • a bite or sting, or
  • if you are pregnant.

Please call 911 or go straight to the emergency room if you are helping a child and the child has any of the symptoms listed above or any of the following symptoms:

  • high or ongoing fever,
  • the child is very drowsy or you cannot wake the child,
  • the child is not acting like himself/herself,
  • the child is under the care of a doctor for a serious condition, or
  • if you believe the child needs to be seen by a doctor right away.

You should call 911 or go straight to the emergency room if you feel that you might hurt yourself or someone else.

All patients will receive a medical screening exam at the emergency room regardless of ability to pay. (This does not apply at urgent care centers.)

*The time you selected is a projected time and does not constitute nor guarantee the exact time you will be seen and treated. In an emergency department, factors including patients arriving by ambulance or with life or limb threatening conditions may impact the selected time. Depending on the severity of your condition, the provider may ask you to return to the comfort of our waiting room while diagnostic testing is being completed.