Are you coughing and sneezing and don’t know if it’s more than just the common cold? Feeling achy with a fever and wonder if you have the flu or something worse? UMC Quick Care physicians are available extended hours, holidays and weekends.
UMC Quick Care physicians can take care of any minor emergency, from cuts and fractures to respiratory problems, ear infections and abdominal pain. Residents never need an appointment; UMC will treat them on a walk-in basis.
There are 10 UMC Quick Care locations throughout Southern Nevada, and they accept most forms of insurance.
UMC Quick Care is a great way to save time and money versus sitting in the emergency room, waiting to be seen for a nonemergent condition, or waiting until the next appointment with a primary care physician.
Adjacent to UMC Quick Cares are UMC primary care physicians. If you are new in town or don’t have a primary care physician, UMC physician referral services can help you find one that is right for you.
A primary care physician is an important part of your family’s medical team. Your primary care physician is familiar with your family medical history, can establish a routine for preventative care and screenings, and will be better able to refer you to a specialist if the need arises. Having a primary care physician assures you that your personal medical history will be known and taken into consideration if there is an emergency.
The need for specialized geriatric services has increased with the growing number of older adults in Southern Nevada. With this in mind, UMC created Total Life Care. The staff at TLC recognizes that older patients have different health needs than younger patients. Located across from the medical center at 2231 W. Charleston Blvd., TLC emphasizes total health and wellness for older adults.
For more information on UMC medical services, visit www.umcsn.com.