URGENT CARE

Urgent Care

 

 

At Urgent Care of Nebraska, we are dedicated to offering professional and quality care for you and your whole family. Our Clinics operate on a walk-in basis—and are open seven days a week—so you can be confident that we’ll be here when you need us.

Our clinics provide prompt, high-quality treatment providing you the opportunity to receive hospital quality care without the emergency room wait time for non-life-threatening issues.

Our experienced staff has years of experience diagnosing and treating common illnesses and injuries from Pediatrics to Geriatrics and every age in between.

If you have chest pain or other reason to believe you may be having a heart attack or another life-threatening event call 911. You may need to be seen and evaluated at an Emergency Room!

Urgent Care Services Include:

 

 

AARP   Onsite lab and x-ray for rapid diagnosis & treatment of sprains, fractures, lacerations and illness.
AARP    Access to full service labs when more sophisticated testing is necessary.
AARP   Access to CT, MRI, Ultrasound & other imaging as needed.
AARP   A strong referral network, which is critical to providing the best care possible when a patients needs extend beyond our facility services.

Urgent Care of Nebraska clinics are equipped to treat all urgent, non life-threatening medical needs including, but not limited to:

AARP   Abdominal Pain
AARP   Allergies
AARP   Asthma Attacks
AARP   Back & Shoulder Pain
AARP   Bronchitis
AARP   Bug Bites
AARP   Bumps & Bruises
AARP   Cold & Flu Symptoms
AARP   Cough & Congestion
AARP   Cuts & Lacerations
AARP   Ear Aches
AARP   Fevers
AARP   Fractures
AARP   Ingrown Nails
AARP   Job Injuries
AARP   Joint & Muscle Pain
AARP   Migraine
AARP   Minor Broken Bones
AARP   Minor Eye Injuries/Irritation
AARP   Painful Urination
AARP   Sinus Infection
AARP   Skin Rashes without Fever
AARP   Small Cuts Requiring Stitches
AARP   Sprains & Strains
AARP   Sore/Strep Throat
AARP   Vomiting & Diarrhea

Urgent Care or Emergency Room?

 

 

More than half of visits to the emergency room are for non-emergencies.
Below is a helpful guide that can help:

Urgent Care Clinic:

 

 

AARP   Abdominal Pain
AARP   Asthma
AARP   Small Cuts & Lacerations
AARP   Minor Burns & Bruises
AARP   Minor Broken Bones
AARP   Fever
AARP   Cough & Croup
AARP   Cold & Flu Symptoms
AARP   Muscle & Joint Pain
AARP   Vomiting or Diarrhea
AARP   Sore/Strep Throat
AARP   Skin Rashes without Fever
AARP   Painful Urination or UTI
AARP   Ear Aches
AARP   Eye Irritation or Pink Eye

Emergency Room:

 

 

AARP   Abdominal Pain (Severe or with Pregnancy)
AARP   Difficulty Breathing
AARP   Large Open Wounds (non-stop bleeding)
AARP   Serious Burns
AARP   Compound Fracture
AARP   Car Accidents
AARP   High Fevers (especially with rash or infants)
AARP   Coughing Up Blood
AARP   Fainting &/or Loss of Consciousness
AARP   Convulsions or Seizures
AARP   Poisoning
AARP   Drug Overdose
AARP   Suspected Heart Attack/Stroke
AARP   Pregnancy Related Problems
AARP   Serious Head/Neck/Eye/Back Injury
AARP   Intestinal Bleeding
AARP   Severe Chest Pain

For any life-threatening conditions or symptoms, or if you are in doubt,
seek emergency care. For additional questions, please contact the clinic
nearest you for further assistance.