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Urgent Cares Open 7 Days A Week

Urgent Cares Open 7 Days A Week in Bloomfield and Plymouth, MI

Urgent care clinics are able to handle a wide variety of injuries and illnesses that are classified as non-emergency, but will need medical attention within the next 24 hours or cannot wait for a primary care physician for an appointment. Plymouth Urgent Care & Bloomfield Urgent Care Medical Care is available 7 days a week for your urgent care needs! Contact us today for more information or simply schedule an appointment online now. We also accept walk-ins. We have convenient locations in Plymouth, MI and Bloomfield MI.

Urgent Cares Open 7 Days A Week Near Me in Bloomfield MI and Plymouth, MI
Urgent Cares Open 7 Days A Week Near Me in Bloomfield MI and Plymouth, MI

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What injuries and illnesses need urgent care?
Does urgent care require appointments?
What are the most common urgent care visits?
How much will an urgent care visit cost?

What injuries and illnesses need urgent care?


Injuries and illnesses can happen at any time and it is important to know when to seek medical attention. While some conditions can be treated at home, others require urgent care. It is crucial to be able to identify the symptoms that may indicate the need for urgent care to receive timely treatment.
 
Symptoms that may indicate the need for urgent care include chest pain, difficulty breathing, severe bleeding, and loss of consciousness. Chest pain can be a sign of a heart attack and should not be ignored. Difficulty breathing can be caused by a variety of conditions such as asthma, pneumonia, or even a blood clot in the lungs. Severe bleeding may be caused by a serious injury or a medical condition such as a bleeding disorder. Loss of consciousness can be a sign of a serious condition such as a stroke or seizure. These symptoms require immediate medical attention and should not be ignored.
 
Injuries such as broken bones, deep cuts, and head injuries should be evaluated by a medical professional immediately. Broken bones can cause severe pain and may require immobilization or surgery. Deep cuts can lead to infection and may require stitches or other medical treatment. Head injuries can be life-threatening and require immediate medical attention. Symptoms such as loss of consciousness, vomiting, or confusion after a head injury may indicate a more serious condition such as a concussion or bleeding in the brain.
 
Delaying treatment for serious illnesses such as heart attacks, strokes, and severe infections can have serious consequences and may require urgent care. Heart attacks occur when the blood supply to the heart is blocked, and delaying treatment can lead to permanent damage or even death. Strokes occur when the blood supply to the brain is blocked, and delaying treatment can lead to permanent brain damage or even death. Severe infections such as sepsis can lead to organ failure and require immediate medical attention.

Does urgent care require appointments?


Urgent centers are medical facilities where you can be treated for non-life-threatening conditions such as illness or minor injuries. You can usually visit these facilities without a reservation, but making a reservation or checking in before arrival can help reduce wait times.
 
If you are unable to get an appointment with your regular medical physician, or can’t seem to get an appointment quickly enough elsewhere, urgent care centers like Plymouth Urgent Care & Bloomfield Urgent Care Medical Care can help! We offer quick appointments for minor and acute issues, and we provide the same level of care, if not better than most primary care clinics.
 
However, urgent care centers are not emergency rooms. So, if you do experience a major medical emergency, call an ambulance as soon as possible.

What are the most common urgent care visits?


Many often wonder if they are experiencing a medical issue, whether they need to visit a primary care clinic, urgent care, or the emergency room. Some of the most common conditions that we treat at Plymouth Urgent Care & Bloomfield Urgent Care Medical Care include:

• Broken bones & sprains
• Bronchitis
• Ear aches & infections
• Eye irritations (scratches & Pinkeye)
• Food poisoning
• Hives & rashes
• Kidney stones
• Mono
• Pediatric (earache, sore throat, cough, rashes)
• Pneumonia
• Poison ivy
• Sinus infection
• STDs
• Stomach flu, vomiting & diarrhea
• Strep throat
• Urinary tract infections
• Vaginitis
• Wound repair
 
Visit one of our clinics today if you are experiencing a medical issue that needs urgent care.

How much will an urgent care visit cost?


The decision to go to a hospital emergency room or urgent care center may depend on factors other than cost: convenience, time of day, the severity of the problem, and medical sensitivities of the sick or injured person.
 
Urgent care services are the middle ground between general health practitioners and emergency rooms. Most urgent care facilities have physicians on staff, although centers are usually staffed by physician assistants, male nurses, and nurses. They also usually order lab and imaging tests or complete them onsite. The average emergency room bill ranges from $71 to $125. For a more detailed cost price on each service, contact us during our open hours, one of our professional medical staff will help answer any questions you may have in regards to cost, health insurance, and co-pay.
 
It is important to know when to seek urgent care to receive timely treatment for serious conditions. Symptoms such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, severe bleeding, and loss of consciousness require immediate medical attention. Injuries such as broken bones, deep cuts, and head injuries should be evaluated by a medical professional immediately. Delaying treatment for serious illnesses such as heart attacks, strokes, and severe infections can have serious consequences and may require urgent care. It is important to seek medical attention promptly to prevent further complications and ensure the best possible outcome. We serve patients from Plymouth MI, Bloomfield Hills MI, Livonia MI, Novi MI, Worden MI, Canton MI, Southfield MI, Troy MI, Farmington Hills MI, and surrounding areas!

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