At Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine, we know a sick child is an unhappy child. We offer extended hours to complement the services and availability of your child’s primary care pediatrician. We are a child-friendly and efficient alternative to the emergency room. We have x-ray and lab services on-site. We accept most major insurances including Medicaid.
Common Pediatric Urgent Care Conditions
To help you when your child is not feeling well, we conveniently offer pediatric urgent care for children of all ages, including newborns. We treat anything from pink eye to a broken leg.
Keep in mind we offer COVID-19 testing for all ages and follow-up care.
- Coughs, stuffy nose, and/or sore throat
- Cuts, scraps, and/or bruises
- Earaches and/or fever
- Ear, nose, and/or eye infections
- Minor broken bones, fractures, or sprains
- Rashes and/or burns
- Vomiting and/or diarrhea
If you do not want to leave the comfort our your home, take advantage of a virtual visit. Visit our virtual visits page for more information and to schedule. These visits are available 7 days a week, 8 am to 8 pm.
Kids registering to participate in school sports or going to camp are typically required to have a physical exam and a signed release from a provider.
If there is a problem, the provider might approve the activity under certain conditions. If there is an old injury that might affect the patient’s performance, the provider will prescribe the best way to avoid furthering the injury. The goal is to ensure, as completely and accurately as possible, that an athlete with a specific medical condition can compete safely.
What Does a Sports Physical Include?
The typical physical exam includes a height and weight measurement, blood pressure check, and a look at the eyes, ears, and throat. The doctor or nurse will likely listen to the heart and lungs for healthy patterns and feel the abdomen for any abnormalities. They will also:
Determine that the athlete is in general good health
Assess the athlete’s present fitness level
Detect conditions that predispose the athlete to new injuries
Evaluate any of the athlete’s existing injuries
Assess the size and developmental maturation of the athlete
Detect congenital anomalies that increase the athlete’s risk of injury
Detect poor pre-participation conditioning that may put the athlete at increased risk
Visit Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine when your child needs to be seen for an acute illness or injury. We are open weekends and weeknights to complement the services and availability of your child’s primary care pediatrician. Click here to see our locations.