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            Is It Urgent but Not Life-Threatening?

            Head to an AMITA Health Immediate Care Center for all non-emergency injuries and illnesses.

            When Should You Choose Immediate Care?

            Back strains Muscle aches and pains
            Difficult or painful urination Nausea
            Earaches or infections Persistent diarrhea
            Fever or flu-like symptoms Rash without fever
            Mild allergic reactions Respiratory infections
            Mild asthma Severe sore throats, cough and colds
            Minor burns, bruises and cuts Skin problems
            Minor trauma, such as an ankle sprain Sprains and minor fractures
            Minor eye injuries, infections or irritations Upset stomach
            Minor fractures

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            Is It an Emergency?

            When life is on the line, every second counts. Know where to go in the event of an emergency.

            When Should You Go to the Emergency Room?

            • Anaphylaxis or breathing difficulty
            • Chest pain
            • Major breaks & head injuries
            • Poisoning
            • Severe burns
            • Severe fever

             

            Call 9-1-1 If You Experience…

            Heart Attack Symptoms

            (Chest pain, dizziness, nausea, abnormal heartbeat)

            Stroke Symptoms

            (Difficulty walking or talking, numb face or limbs, paralysis, vision disruption)

            Loss of Consciousness

            (Fainting, concussion, blood loss, etc.)