Urgent Care/Emergency

By definition, an emergency is “a serious situation or occurrence that happens unexpectedly and demands immediate action.”

That’s why the Emergency Department at Memorial Medical Center is always open to meet your family’s healthcare needs. Our 100% board-certified physicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.

Conditions such as fever, strep throat, or ear infections do not require emergency care. These types of illness can be treated by our great urgent care team 24/7.

Visit Urgent Care rather than Emergency Care for the following symptoms:

Minor lacerations
Urinary tract infections
Ear aches
Sprains/strains/simple fractures
Rising fever
Coughs/ colds/fever/flu
Sinus infections
Sore throat
Pink eye, or conjunctivitis
Back pain
Scrapes/cuts
Minor burns
Rashes without a fever, like insect bites/poison ivy
Nausea

Urgent care is  located in the emergency room area. Your urgent care visit is charged less than an ER visit but more than a clinic visit.

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Call 9-1-1 or go to the ER immediately if you experience any of the following emergency symptoms:

Deep cuts/bleeding that will not stop
Chest pain
Spinal cord or back injury
Severe eye injuries
Broken bones
Shortness of breath
Stroke
Fainting/loss of consciousness/change in your vision
Change in mental state
Weakness on one side/garbled speech/ facial droop
High fever/fever with a rash
Seizures
Severe or repeated vomiting
Serious burns

24/7 Trauma Care Facility

EmCare partners with Memorial Medical Center to provide our Emergency Department with 24/7 physician coverage and hospital medicine coverage on the weekends or CompleteCare. CompleteCare is EmCare’s staffing and patient care model that combines emergency medicine and hospital medicine services. This model utilizes the services of a single physician who manages both emergency department and inpatient services within appropriate volumes to ensure quality patient care.