Emergency Room or Urgent Care?
Updated: Nov 19, 2019
When to go to the ER
According to Scripps healthcare there are a number of medical conditions that are considered emergencies because they can require rapid or advanced treatments (such as surgery) that are only available in a hospital setting.
Symptoms that are best evaluated in an emergency room include:
Sudden weakness/numbness on one side
Chest pain or difficulty breathing
Fainting/change in mental state
Head or eye injury
Broken bones and dislocated joints
Severe deep cuts that do not stop bleeding
Vaginal bleeding with pregnancy
Hellomed, Urgent care in Ann Arbor opens 6 days a week.
When to go to urgent care
Fever without a rash
Vomiting or persistent diarrhea
Wheezing or shortness of breath
Moderate flu-like symptoms
Sprains and strains
Small cuts that may require stitches
Rashes without fever
Mild flu-like symptoms
Cough and congestion symptoms
Eye redness, discharge or itchiness
When you have healthcare needs immediately taken care of but you don’t have a primary care doctor, you don’t need a primary care doctor, you cannot find the appointment with your primary care doctor or you do not know where you need to go just contact Hellomed, urgent care in Ann Arbor in order to get the best advice you could have.