Urgent Care Available Today – Kennesaw, GA
GoMed Mobile Urgent Care Kennesaw, GA is offering Award Winning in home Urgent Care services in Kennesaw, Georgia. GoMed is Near You and Open Today for appointments.
Cough, Covid, Fever, Flu, Stitches, UTI’s and other Urgent Care services can all be handled from the comfort and convenience of your couch. For a more thorough list of the services that GoMed can provide in your home, please visit us online at: https://gomedhealth.com/#whatwetreat
Gone are the days where you need to sit in a doctors office or Urgent Care waiting room, GoMed Mobile Urgent Care comes to your home or office to treat you or someone in your family.
The best part about the GoMed Mobile Urgent Care service is that we accept most major insurance and bill a copay in a similar way to any other Urgent Care.
GoMed’s care coordinators are available from 7 AM to 9 PM 7 days a week and we see patients in Marietta from 8 AM to 8 PM daily.
For more information on our Marietta location, please visit: https://gomedhealth.com/locations/urgent-care-kennesaw-ga/
Emergency vs Urgent Care – What’s The Difference – Mayo Clinic
It’s Saturday morning and your child fell while playing in the backyard. He can’t put any weight on his rapidly swelling ankle, and he is sweating and crying in pain. Should you head to the Emergency Department or Urgent Care?
If you have been in a similar situation and wondered which option is better, you are not alone. Although Mayo Clinic Health System has offered Urgent Care for more than 20 years, many people are confused about when to use it.
Here are a few differences between Emergency Departments and Urgent Care clinics:
Severity of health problems
An Emergency Department treats life- or limb-threatening health conditions in people of all ages. It is the best option when you require immediate medical attention.
Urgent Care is the middle ground between your primary care provider and the Emergency Department. If you have a minor illness or injury that can’t wait until tomorrow, Urgent Care is the way to go. Also, it is a good option if you have illnesses or injuries without other symptoms, or if you do not have other underlying health conditions. For example, an earache can easily be treated in Urgent Care. However, if it is accompanied by a high fever (104 F or higher), or you have a history of cancer or are on immune-suppressing medication, it is important to have it checked out in the Emergency Department.
Hours and staff
Emergency Departments are staffed 24/7 with physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses trained in delivering emergency care. The team has quick access to expert providers in advanced specialties such as Cardiology, Neurology and Orthopedics. Emergency Departments also have the imaging and laboratory resources needed to diagnose and deliver care for severe and life-threatening situations.
Typically, Urgent Care clinics are staffed with physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses. Although, some Urgent Care clinics have physicians on staff as well. Urgent Care providers can order basic labs and imaging tests, such as X-rays, to help them provide diagnoses and develop treatment plans. Urgent Care clinics have set hours and an established list of conditions treated. As a result, Urgent Care clinics often are less expensive and have shorter wait times than Emergency Departments.