When to go to the ER?
Urgent care is for medical conditions that are non-life threatening conditions requiring timely evaluation but not needing the emergent comprehensive services of a hospital based Emergency Department. If you are experiencing traumatic or life-threatening illnesses or injuries, call 911 immediately.

You must call 911 or immediately get to an Emergency Department for treatment of the following:

* signs or symptoms of heart attack or stroke

* major head injury

* life threatening allergic reactions

* severe choking (cannot breath or talk)

* fall from greater than 7 feet

* near drowning

* electrical shock

* open or angulated fracture

* amputation of a body part