Pediatric Urgent Care Services

Your Trusted Pediatric Urgent Care in South Florida

Pediatric Urgent Care in South Florida

What Are the Several Urgent Care Services?

At Family Medical Group, we provide comprehensive urgent care services to address a wide range of medical concerns.

Our experienced healthcare providers are here to offer prompt and compassionate care for various conditions, including (but not limited to):

  • Urgent care for rash
  • Urgent care for ear pain
  • Urgent care for burns
  • Urgent care for sore throat
  • Urgent care for cough
  • Urgent care for stomach pain
  • Urgent care for diarrhea
  • Urgent care for vomiting
  • Urgent care for allergies
  • Urgent care for dehydration
  • Urgent care for hives
  • Urgent care for skin rash
  • Urgent care for stye
  • Urgent care for tick bite
  • Urgent care for bug bites
  • Urgent care for cut finger
  • Urgent care for head injury
  • Urgent care for poison ivy
  • Urgent care for ringworm
  • Urgent care for school physical
  • Urgent care for sports physical

When to Go to Urgent Care for a Burn?

Family Medical Group recommends visiting urgent care for severe burns, covering a large area of the body, or causing blisters, swelling, or difficulty breathing.

When to Go to Urgent Care for a Sore Throat?

Urgent care at Family Medical Group is recommended for a sore throat accompanied by severe pain, difficulty swallowing, fever, or swollen glands that do not improve within a few days.

When to Go to Urgent Care for Stomach Pain?

If you experience severe or persistent stomach pain, especially with vomiting, fever, blood in the stool, or inability to keep food down, we advise visiting Family Medical Group for urgent care.

When to Go to Urgent Care for Diarrhea?

Urgent care is recommended for diarrhea lasting longer than two days, especially if accompanied by severe dehydration, blood in the stool, or fever, at Family Medical Group.

When to Go to Urgent Care for Dehydration?

If you experience signs of dehydration such as excessive thirst, dry mouth, dark urine, dizziness, or fatigue, visit Family Medical Group for urgent care.

When Should You Go to Urgent Care for a Fever?

Family Medical Group advises visiting urgent care for a fever over 102°F in adults or 100.4°F in infants younger than three months old, especially if accompanied by severe symptoms or lasting more than a few days.

When Should You Go to Urgent Care for a Concussion?

Urgent care at Family Medical Group is recommended for suspected concussions, especially if accompanied by loss of consciousness, confusion, severe headache, vomiting, or difficulty waking up.

Do You Have to Have Insurance for Urgent Care?

No, you do not need insurance to receive urgent care at Family Medical Group. We offer affordable self-pay options for uninsured patients.

What is the Average Wait Time for Urgent Care?

At Family Medical Group, our goal is to provide prompt medical attention. While wait times may vary depending on the time of day and patient volume, we strive to keep wait times minimal to ensure timely care for all our patients.

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