Emergency Department or Urgent Care?

Depending on you or your loved one's condition, an urgent care facility might be more appropriate than going to an emergency room, or it could be the reverse situation. This can be a difficult decision to make, especially when things are happening quickly, which is why we've put together the list below to help guide your decision. If you think you are having a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately.

 Emergency Department Urgent Care
 Chest pain Bronchitis
 Major or complex fractures(bones visible) Bumps, cuts, and scrapes
 Difficulty breathing Cold, Flu, or fever
 Heart attack Cough
 Ingestion of poisons Ear or sinus pain
 Major head injuries Eye swelling, irritation, or redness
 Major trauma Infections
 Seizures Mild asthma
 Severe burns Minor allergic reactions
 Shock Minor back pain
 Stroke Minor burns
 Uncontrollable bleeding Minor headache
  Minor rash
  Nausea
  Sore throat
  Sprain, strain, or minor fractures

 

For an ambulance, please call:

(833) 259-CEMS (2367)

Expected ER wait times