Urgent Care Services in Dallas, Texas
Virtual Appointments are Available 24/7
Urgent care refers to medical care for conditions that are not life-threatening but still need to be treated promptly. Urgent care centers are typically open longer hours than regular doctors’ offices and can provide treatment for a wide range of conditions, such as sprains, fractures, cuts, infections, and minor burns.
They are often a more convenient and affordable option than going to the emergency room for non-emergency conditions. If you have a condition that needs prompt attention but is not life-threatening, you may want to consider our urgent care option. Our providers can help address minor health concerns and provide a wide array of treatment options, including prescriptions, prescription refills, and referrals for testing.
Our Treatment Option – Virtual Urgent Care
Next Step Medical Services provides you with the option of virtual urgent care.
Virtual urgent care, also known as telemedicine or online urgent care, is a type of medical care that is provided remotely, typically through video conferencing or messaging.
It allows individuals to receive medical care from licensed providers without having to visit a clinic or hospital in person. Virtual urgent care can be especially helpful for those who live in remote areas, have mobility issues, or have busy schedules.
You will also save yourself from having to wait in the ERA room and get help on time. It can also reduce the risk of exposure to infectious diseases, such as the flu or other viral infections.
Virtual urgent care can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including minor injuries and illnesses, such as cuts, sprains, and infections.
Our virtual urgent care services are available 24/7. We have access to licensed and reputable providers who are trained in virtual urgent care. You will be easily able to find an experienced professional who can treat the specific condition you are seeking help for.
What’s included in Our Urgent Care Service
It is important to note that as long as your condition is not life-threatening, you can get urgent care treatment for minor health problems.
Generally, some of our urgent care options include the following:
- Dealing with sprains, infections, minor cuts, injuries, or burns
- Medication suggestion
- Medical advice regarding a few minor health conditions
When to Consider the Emergency Room
It is extremely crucial that you get to know the difference between when to ask for urgent care and when to consider the emergency room. Generally, all life-threatening conditions or serious health injuries are outside the scope of urgent care. They can include:
- Trouble in breathing
- Broken bones
- Internal bleeding
- Severe vomiting or crippling headaches
- Severe illness or pain*
- Any life-threatening emergency