Urgent care clinics are a good alternative to emergency rooms and family practices for a number of different reasons – they’re often more affordable, they don’t require scheduled appointments and they tend to have flexible hours, thereby making them more convenient for many patients. However, before you go to any kind of medical clinic, it’s important to find out whether they take insurance or not. The last thing you want to do is get stuck with a costly medical bill – especially if you have health insurance that should be covering those costs. Continue reading Does Urgent Care Take Insurance?
Quality medical care can be expensive. Unfortunately, even if you have health insurance, a serious injury or illness can still end up costing you a lot of money. If you’re without insurance, then you could find yourself in a real financial hole by the time you receive treatment. It’s why many patients will skip the medical care if they don’t think it’s absolutely necessary. Continue reading Is Urgent Care Cheaper Than ER?
If you’re feeling ill or have been injured, you may consider scheduling an appointment with a primary care physician or heading to the emergency room (ER) if it’s particularly serious. However, you have another option – urgent care. In many cases, going to an urgent care clinic is a better option for a number of reasons. Continue reading Why Urgent Care?