Cold, cough & flu symptoms, viral infections
Skin rashes (poison ivy, ringworm, shingles, scabies, impetigo)
Minor aches and pains (without serious injury)
See a provider live within minutes from the comfort of your own home (or work!) using your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
Low-cost, out-of-pocket option
(insurance may cover)
Minor burns or lacerations
Upper respiratory illness
In an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department.
(falls, car crashes)
• Chest pain
• Coughing up or
• Drug overdose
• Head injury
• Injuries caused
by violence &
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Life happens in a split second. Is your arm broken or just sprained? Don’t panic! Knowing the right place to go will have you feeling better fast!
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Patients ages 2+
See your PCP for wellness visits, sports physicals, or to monitor any chronic health conditions.
Find Locations and Wait Times
Call your primary care provider (PCP)
if you have any new health concerns.
They know your health history best.
(most insurance accepted)
Keep any regular appointments that your
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The emergency dept. is a busy place! Longer wait times are common. If your condition isn’t life-threatening, know that your insurance company could deny payment. Consider Express Care or call your primary care physician’s office and ask for a same-day appointment.
Patients ages 2+
Find Emergency Dept. Locations
Cold, cough &
• Loss of
• Severe, persistent
• Severe burns
• Severe headache
• Shortness of breath
• Stroke symptoms
• Suicidal feelings
• Uncontrolled or
Highest out-of-pocket cost
When you need to go to
the Emergency Dept.
Most offices offer
Doctor | Express Care | ED
When you should head
to Express Care:
Express Care’s not the right choice for wounds needing stitches or excessive bleeding!
Urinary Tract Infection (ages 4+)
Sexually transmitted infection (ages 15+)
Minor injuries (sprains, strains, minor joint pain)
Insect bites & stings (including tick bites)
Skin injuries not requiring stitches