Emergency or Immediate Care?
Having a sick or hurt child is scary. Sometimes, it’s obvious you need to head to the emergency room. But, it can be confusing to know when to go to the ER and when to seek other options. You should call your child’s primary care provider first; they can help make the best decision.
Video Visits through Express Care Virtual – No Appointment Necessary
If we determine a different visit is needed, you will not be charged and we will help you locate a more appropriate place to receive care. For children ages 18 months and older plus breastfeeding.
- Breastfeeding support
- Non-urgent matters
Walk-in and Scheduled Same-Day Visits at Express Care Clinics
For children ages 18 months and older.
- Cold and flu symptoms
- Cough, congestion and asthma
- Ear, nose and throat issues
- Sports physicals
- Eye irritations
- Skin problems
- Small cuts (stitches)
Children’s Immediate Care
Walk-in visits for same-day care for newborns, children and teens.
- Illness (sore throats, earaches, cough, stomach pain, flu, etc.)
- Minor burns
- Objects stuck in nose, ear, skin, or swallowed
- Minor injuries
- Concussions without long blackout time or repeated vomiting
- Minor cuts or lacerations (stitches)
- Sprains or strains
- Broken bones without severe pain or deformity
Pediatricians are onsite at the following immediate care locations:
Children’s Emergency Room
Symptoms or injuries that pose a serious threat to your child’s health should be seen in the ER. Our Children’s ER is equipped, staffed and designed for newborns, children and teens.
- Fevers associated with excessive sleepiness, difficulty breathing or rash
- Broken bones with deformity or severe pain
- Confusion or unusual behavior
- Loss of consciousness
- Difficulty speaking or breathing
- Eating, drinking or exposure to poison
- Vomiting and diarrhea with concern for dehydration