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Where Should I Seek Care?

Wondering if you should visit an Urgent Care Center, your physician’s office, or go to an Emergency Department?

KEY:
PCP = Primary Care Physician
UCC = Urgent Care Center
ED = Emergency Department
911 = Ambulance

SYMPTOMS

PCP

UCC

ED

911

Low back pain X
Minor aches and pains X

Management of diabetes, hypertension

& other chronic conditions
X
Sprains or broken bones X
Mild Asthma attacks X X
Cuts, scrapes, wounds or burns X X
Nausea, heartburn, or upset stomach X X
Vomiting, diarrhea or dehydration X X
Frequent or painful urination X X
Allergic reaction or allergies X X
Rash X X
Head injuries X
Fever under 104° X X
Fever of 104° or more X
Uncontrollable bleeding X
Sneezing, runny nose, body aches,
sore throat, coughing
X X
Ear or sinus pain X X
Chest Pain, pressure or pounding heart/change in heart rhythm (possible heart attack) X
Numbness in face, arm, leg (possible stroke) X
Sudden confusion, trouble speaking & understanding (possible stroke) X
Sudden dizziness, loss of consciousness
or loss of balance
X
Sudden severe headache X
Difficulty breathing X
Overdose or poisoning X
Vomiting blood X

Urgent Care Center — Feasterville
1045 Bustleton Pike,
 Feasterville, PA 19053
8 a.m.–8 p.m. Monday to Friday
9 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

215-364-2158 Phone
215-364-2414 Fax

Urgent Care Center — FlourtownFlourtown Shopping Center
1820 Bethlehem Pike,
 Flourtown, PA 19031
8 a.m.–8 p.m. Monday to Friday
9 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday