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urgent care

It is unnecessary to take your child to an Urgent Care facility for things such as:

• cold

• mild diarrhea

• temper tantrums

However, you may go to Urgent Care for other conditions such as:

• Not drinking 6-8 hours

• Vomiting and diarrhea that last for more than a few hours in a child of any age

• Rash, especially if there is also a fever

• Any cough or cold that does not get better in several days, or a cold that gets worse and is
accompanied by a fever

• Cuts that might need stitches

• Limping or not moving an arm or leg

• Ear pain with fever and ear drainage

• Severe sore throat or problems swallowing

• Sharp or persistent pains in the abdomen or stomach

• Pain that gets worse or does not go away after several hours
• A rectal temperature of 100.4°F (38°C) or higher in a baby younger than 2 months

• Fever and repeated vomiting at the same time

• Blood in the urine

• No urine for 6 hours or more

• Bloody diarrhea or diarrhea that will not go away

Or you can walk in to our office Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5pm

Recommended Urgent Care

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