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
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-6PM; Sat/Sun 9AM-3PM
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