Everyday Urgent Care
Urgent Care located in Maywood, NJ
Thanks to urgent care, it’s possible to receive prompt treatment for potentially serious, but non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries. At Everyday Urgent Care, the team of expert providers offers same-day urgent care appointments to people of all ages. If you develop a fever or sprain your ankle, don’t wait to make an appointment. Call the office in Maywood, New Jersey, or click the online booking feature today.
Urgent Care Q & A
What is urgent care?
Urgent care treats acute illnesses and injuries that require immediate attention. If you or a loved one experiences a sore throat and it doesn’t improve with rest and plenty of fluids, the team at Everyday Urgent Care can identify the underlying cause and develop a treatment plan to help you feel better.
Is urgent care the same thing as an emergency room?
No. Urgent care and the emergency room are two different things. Urgent care treats minor injuries and illnesses. Emergency rooms, on the other hand, treat people who are experiencing life-threatening symptoms, like severe chest pain or a loss of consciousness.
What’s more, emergency rooms see individuals based on the severity of their symptoms. As a result, you might have to wait several hours just to see a doctor. That’s especially true if someone comes in while you’re waiting with a more serious issue.
What types of issues does urgent care treat?
At Everyday Urgent Care, the team uses urgent care to treat various conditions, including:
- Accidents and falls
- Cuts that require stitches
- Breathing difficulties
- Eye irritation and redness
- The cold and flu
- Sore throat
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- Urinary tract infection
- Sprains and strains
You might also benefit from urgent care if you need diagnostic services, like X-rays or laboratory tests.
What happens during an urgent care appointment?
At Everyday Urgent Care, an urgent care appointment begins with a review of your medical history and a discussion of your symptoms, including when they started, how often they occur, and if any activities like exercising or working make them worse.
Next, your provider conducts a physical exam. If you have a sore throat, they might take your temperature and collect a sample to send to a lab for further analysis. If you’re experiencing gastrointestinal issues, like vomiting or nausea, your provider might order a stool sample.
After gathering the necessary information and determining the source of your discomfort, the team at Everyday Urgent Care develops a treatment plan. That might include getting rest and drinking plenty of water, taking prescription antibiotics, or modifying certain activities until your body heals.
Ultimately, the goal of urgent care is to relieve uncomfortable symptoms quickly and encourage your body’s natural healing process.
What should I bring to my urgent care appointment?
To ensure your urgent care appointment goes smoothly, the team at Everyday Urgent Care recommends bringing the following items:
- Health insurance card
- Results from any recent or relevant lab tests
- Names and contact info for any specialists you’ve seen recently
- Questions or concerns you’d like to discuss
The team also recommends writing down the names of the vitamins, supplements, and medications you regularly take.
If you or a loved one needs urgent care, make an appointment at Everyday Urgent Care by calling the office or clicking the online scheduling tool today.