May 25, 2017

Summertime Healthcare Tips – Walk-In Primary Care for Non-Emergency Conditions

Ah, summertime. The kids are out of school, the weather is warm, the backyard is calling your name, and the long-awaited vacation is right around the corner.

But alas, summertime. The weather brings the bugs, the sunshine brings sunburn, the family picnic brings a stomach bug, and the kids being out of school brings more opportunity for injuries of all types.

When injury or illness hits your family this summer, you’ll face a decision. And chances are, those injuries and illnesses will come when your doctor’s office isn’t open. So, on a night or weekend, what options do you have?

Urgent care? Emergency room? Neither of these are ideal. Luckily, there’s another option.

To avoid racking up medical bills at the emergency room, or long waits and higher copays at local urgent care facilities, consider walk-in care at Mission My Care Now. With four locations across western North Carolina, you can be seen for symptoms spanning colds and flu to minor injuries. You don’t need an appointment, and your bill will be processed as a primary care visit – saving you from those higher bills for emergency or urgent care visits.

Walk-in care really can save you time and money. Getting sick is never convenient, but these walk-in services are. With no appointment needed, you can be seen for acute primary care services before your primary care doctor’s office is open and after your primary care doctor’s office is closed, on evenings and weekends.

Mission My Care Now accepts walk-in visits for treatment for symptoms such as allergies and asthma, anxiety and depression, chronic diseases, colds and flu, headaches, minor injuries, muscle and joint pain, sinus infections, stomach pain, urinary tract infection and more.

Not sure if walk-in care is available near you? Check out missionmycarenow.org to find out.


Why wait? Visit missionmycarenow.org or call (828) 213-4444 to find a Mission My Care Now location near you.

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