Illnesses

Common

• Allergies
• Bladder infections
• Bronchitis
• Colds
• Cuts / minor lacerations
• Diarrhea
• Ear infections
• Ear wax removal
• Eye infections / sties
• Fingernail / toenail injuries
• Hemorrhoids
• Influenza (flu)
• Insect / bee stings
• Laryngitis
• Sinus infections
• Splinter removal
• Sprains
• Stomach flu (gastroenteritis)
• Strep / sore throat
• Swimmer’s ear
• Urinary tract infections

Adult (Episodes/Complications)

• Abdominal pain
• Allergic reactions
• Anemia
• Anxiety
• Arthritis
• Asthma
• Diabetes
• Diarrhea
• Diverticulitis
• Gastritis or indigestion
• Gout
• Headaches – migraine and tension
• Hypertension
• Kidney disease
• Medication side effects
• Menopausal complications
• Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)

Pediatric

• Athlete’s foot
• Cold sores
• Eczema / dry skin
• Minor burns and rashes
• Minor skin infections
• Minor sunburn
• Minor wound care
• Poison ivy / poison oak
• Psoriasis
• Ringworm
• Skin lesions/rashes
• Swimmer’s itch
• Wart removal

Injuries / Trauma

Common

• Acute fracture (non-displaced)
• Auto accidents – whiplash
• Back pain or strains
• Knee, shoulder, ankle sprains
• Crush injuries
• Complex non-plastic lacerations
• Falls (from less than 7 feet)

Pediatric

• Minor trauma and lacerations

Diagnostic Testing

• Arthritis panel
• Blood counts
• Cultures
• Full lab panels
• Hepatitis
• HIV
• Influenza (flu)
• Microscopy
• Mononucleosis
• Pregnancy tests
• Sexually transmitted disease cultures
• Strep throat screens
• Therapeutic blood levels
• Thyroid screens

Preventive Screenings

• Blood pressure
• Cardiac lipid profile
• Cholesterol
• Colorectal cancer
• Diabetes / blood sugar
• Drugs of abuse
• Kidney / liver function
• Prostate PSA
• TB skin
• Thyroid panel
• Urinalysis

Physical Exams

• Annual physical exams
• DOT (Department of Transportation) medical certification exams
• Employer drug testing
• Employer pre-employment
• Executive physicals
• Immigration exams
• Insurance physicals
• Routine physical exams
• School and sports exams
• Travel exams (selected centers)

When you need the emergency room

Those experiencing a life-threatening illness or injury – such as major head trauma, chest pain, severe abdominal pain, or loss of consciousness – should go directly to an emergency room (ER). The following situations provide a useful guide for understanding what requires ER treatment.

• Falls from greater than 7 feet
• Loss of consciousness
• Infants less than 6 months of age or with a temperature greater than 103 degrees
• Pregnancy bleeding or complications
• Life-threatening allergic reactions
• Severe burns
• Severe choking (cannot breathe or talk)
• Severe abdominal pain
• Signs or symptoms of stroke or heart attack
• Amputation of a body part
• Near drowning
• Electrical shock
• Open or angulated fractures

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