Urgent care and family medicine services are provided by doctors with the same qualifications, but urgent care services are available the same day, often without an advance appointment. Additionally, family practice doctors establish long-term relationships with their patients, treating any condition they experience throughout their life, while urgent care doctors may treat different patients every day and see many patients only once for an acute issue.
Yes. While appointments aren’t required, you can make an appointment in advance if it’s more convenient for you.
Urgent care clinics can treat almost any condition that isn’t life-threatening but requires immediate attention. This might include:
Any life-threatening condition should be treated in an emergency room, which is staffed and equipped to handle events like these.
Yes. It’s substantially less expensive to be treated in urgent care than in the emergency room. Furthermore, some insurance policies include a significant patient contribution to the cost of an ER visit; this generally doesn’t apply to urgent care visits. However, Mansfield Urgent Care and Family Medicine bills your insurance as a primary care physician.
Yes. The doctor can prescribe medications to ensure you receive safe and effective treatment in a timely manner.
At Mansfield Urgent Care & Family Medicine, we accept most major insurance plans. Please contact our office if you do not see your insurance provider listed.
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