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The Benefits Of Seattle Urgent Care

Author // Channel 7 Miami
Posted in // Urgent care lynnwood wa, Urgent care seattle wa, Walk in clinic lynnwood wa

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Each year Americans are waylaid by nearly one billion colds, affecting a wide variety of ages with equally wide degrees of severity. So how do you know if you should go to the hospital or not? And will your insurance cover it? Should you wait? And what if you find yourself asking these questions in the middle of the night? Urgent care can provide an easy and affordable answer to all these questions.

Since the 1970s across the nation and especially in the state of Washington urgent care has rapidly become the go to choice for sick residents, who can find the help they need from Everett urgent care, Kent urgent care, or Kirkland urgent care, just to name a few. Even in the heart of downtown Seattle walk in clinics are available, ready, and willing to give you the peace of mind you can only receive from professional and prompt medical care.

A typical visit to urgent care Seattle facilities can cost a tenth of what the same trip to an emergency room can cost. And with the snapshot of urgent care Seattle provides, it is easy to see why across the U.S. three million people visit urgent care centers every week.

And even while costing significantly less, urgent care Seattle doctors and nurses still keep the same hours as emergency departments in major Seattle hospitals, i.e. they are open 24 hours a day. And since less than 30 percent of primary care providers offer any kind of after hours care, urgent care can be a much needed balm to sooth late night worries.

There is even a broader social benefit to the urgent care Seattle medical professionals offer. By reducing unnecessary traffic in hospital emergency rooms, patients who really do need emergency care (such as victims of accidents, fires, violent crime, or natural disasters) can be assured that they will be treated as quickly as possible. Not only that, but night shift providers in emergency departments will be better rested and ready to deal with actual emergencies when they occur.

By offering the level of care and cost appropriate to the illness, while maintaining the quality and 24 hour availability of emergency care, services like those provided by urgent care seattle facilities are rapidly becoming the most popular choice for day to day medical concerns. And that is a blessing to both patients and professionals alike.

Comments (7)

  • July 25, 2013 at 8:32 am |

    I work nights in an ED, and I can’t tell you how much urgent care facilities have made our lives easier. And the article is right, getting burned out dealing with non-emergencies can make the care we give during actual emergencies suffer.

  • Steven Schmidt
    February 15, 2014 at 2:04 pm |

    It’s not like you should go to an urgent care facility if your arm got cut off by a wheat thresher. That’s a pretty definite emergency room situation right there. But if you just have the sniffles or a sore throat, call an urgent care facility.

  • Jeremy Bowman
    March 17, 2014 at 1:05 pm |

    It’s not like you should go to an urgent care facility if your arm got cut off by a wheat thresher. That’s a pretty definite emergency room situation right there. But if you just have the sniffles or a sore throat, call an urgent care facility.

  • Allen Hernandez
    April 16, 2014 at 2:53 pm |

    It’s not like you should go to an urgent care facility if your arm got cut off by a wheat thresher. That’s a pretty definite emergency room situation right there. But if you just have the sniffles or a sore throat, call an urgent care facility.

  • May 16, 2014 at 2:54 pm |

    It’s not like you should go to an urgent care facility if your arm got cut off by a wheat thresher. That’s a pretty definite emergency room situation right there. But if you just have the sniffles or a sore throat, call an urgent care facility.

  • Harold Flores
    June 15, 2014 at 2:56 pm |

    It’s not like you should go to an urgent care facility if your arm got cut off by a wheat thresher. That’s a pretty definite emergency room situation right there. But if you just have the sniffles or a sore throat, call an urgent care facility.

  • Mike Stephens
    July 15, 2014 at 2:57 pm |

    It’s not like you should go to an urgent care facility if your arm got cut off by a wheat thresher. That’s a pretty definite emergency room situation right there. But if you just have the sniffles or a sore throat, call an urgent care facility.

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