What is Immediate Care?

For conditions and sudden illnesses that are not life-threatening, a visit to the emergency room is not necessarily the best choice. With an average wait time of 2-4 hours and costs reaching up to six times higher at the ER, patients often find themselves spending their entire day at the hospital just to treat a simple wound or cough. Factor in the average ER co-pay of $75-$100 (versus $20-$30 at an Immediate care clinic), and trips to the hospital emergency room become even more costly and time-consuming than previously thought.

Immediate care centers offer complementary care to emergency rooms and family medical practices. By providing immediate care in a small practice setting, Waukegan Immediate Care is able to attend to patients within minutes of their arrival while offering considerably lower fees and co-pays. Unlike the average family practitioner, we provide walk-in service and are able to treat minor injuries up through broken bones as well as routine procedures and tests

Waukegan Immediate Care

 

Is Immediate Care Right for Me?

Immediate care is ideal for:

  • Minor injuries like sprains, cuts, burns, etc.
  • Minor illnesses like colds, the flu, asthma, and allergies
  • Occupational health issues - such as injuries at work or school
  • Broken bones (fractures)
  • X-ray, EKG, lab tests, and monitoring of vital signs
  • Laceration repair
  • Health checkups
  • Sports and school physicals
  • Pediatrics, adult, and senior services
  • Pain management

Waukegan Immediate Care is open seven days a week, and we accept most major health insurance plans. Call us at 1-847-782-7120 to learn more about whether our practice is right for you.

 

PH (847) 782-7120
1075 N. Green Bay Rd, Waukegan, IL 60085
Hours: M-F 8AM-8PM; Sat/Sun 9AM-3PM
New Year's Eve 12/31/18    8AM-4PM
New Year's Day 1/1/19  10AM-4PM