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Our medical care facility offers an assortment of diagnostic and medical care services. When a health issue arises, it can do so without warning and it can be overwhelming for patients to deal with without proper guidance.

Our doctors are here to guide patients with urgent care concerns and help them make decisions when it comes to treatment or medication. If your case does not need you to be rushed to the Emergency Room, CoreHealth Medical Care is here! Appointments and walk-in patients are welcome at our care facility which provides:

  • Allergic Reactions
    Most common signs of allergic reactions are skin redness, red bumps, itchiness, and difficulty in breathing, among others. If you suspect that you or your loved one is having an allergic reaction, we can provide urgent care.
  • Arthritis
    Arthritis has numerous types but is singularly characterized by joint pain. Available treatment options like physical therapy, medications, and/or surgery may be necessary, depending on the type of arthritis you have.
  • Bronchitis
    The most common cause of bronchitis is a viral infection. If the condition is acute, proper rest and plenty of fluids will be enough to make it go away. If the condition is chronic, the doctor may prescribe other medications as well as pulmonary rehabilitation.
  • Common Cold / Flu
    A common cold is milder than the flu. However, both can still give discomfort to both kids and adults. One of our doctors may prescribe medications to help treat any of these conditions that you may be experiencing.
  • Constipation
    Treating constipation may include taking laxatives or adding more fluids and fiber to your diet. If you have chronic constipation, it will be best to seek the advice of a licensed physician. This way, the practitioner can determine its cause and draw up a treatment plan.
  • Dehydration
    Dehydration happens when your body does not have enough bodily fluids necessary for functioning. To treat dehydration, lost fluids must be replenished. The doctor may recommend oral rehydration solutions, especially if the dehydration is caused by vomiting or diarrhea.
  • Diarrhea
    Diarrhea may last for several days. However, severe diarrhea can take up to weeks and may indicate a problem. Various exams such as blood test, stool test, colonoscopy, or flexible sigmoidoscopy may be necessary to diagnose the cause of the condition and address it properly.
  • DOT Physicals
    Those who wish to obtain or already have a Commercial Driver’s License will need to undergo DOT Physicals. Through these physical exams, your capability to drive commercial vehicles safely can be evaluated.
  • Ear Infections
    An ear infection can be an acute or chronic condition. The doctor may prescribe pain relief medications or ear drops for treatment. The professional may even recommend surgery if your ear infection still recurs despite medications.
  • EKGs
    An EKG or electrocardiogram is usually recommended to patients who may have heart disease. An EKG will help doctors identify signs of a possible heart disorder.
  • Foreign Body Removal
    Foreign body removal may be done in any part of the body but most commonly in the ears, eyes, and wound openings. Depending on the foreign body to be removed and the body part it affects, the doctor may use suction catheters or ultrasonography whenever possible.
  • Headache
    A headache is a symptom of a variety of diseases. It can be from as simple as stress or as serious as a brain tumor. Our doctors will identify the cause of your headache through a variety of diagnostic tests and provide the appropriate treatment.
  • Heartburn
    Heartburn, also called reflux, is an uncomfortable condition where gastric contents already in your stomach flow back to your esophagus. To treat heartburn, doctors may prescribe certain medications.
  • Immunizations
    Both adults and children can benefit from immunizations. Getting vaccinated can help protect the body from infectious diseases by making it immune. Immunizations for a wide variety of diseases are available.
  • Indigestion
    Indigestion can be diagnosed via stool tests, endoscopy, X-rays, and CT scans. Once the doctors determine the cause of your indigestion, they may recommend lifestyle changes as well as medications.
  • Ingrown Toenail
    The doctor may recommend a treatment that is applicable to your situation. For instance, if your ingrown toenail is severe, i.e., with pus, redness, and pain, the doctor may need to remove the nail partially. In this case, anesthesia will be injected to the affected toe.
  • IV Fluids
    IV fluids are used to transport medications, fluids, or even blood the fastest way through the veins. The doctor will evaluate what IV fluids will be required in your medical condition. This procedure involves inserting a needle to your arm vein for transport.
  • Lab Work
    Laboratory tests are essential in diagnosing various diseases. The specific lab tests you need to undergo will be ordered by the physician.
  • Minor Cuts and Bruises
    Our team can treat minor cuts and bruises by cleaning them properly. Applying ointments and gauze on the cuts or bruises can also be done.
  • Minor Eye Injuries
    Treating minor eye injuries involve the use of clean water to flush out particles that may be trapped inside your eyes. Eye drops may also be recommended. We strongly encourage patients not to rub their eyes in case of any discomfort as it can only make matters worse.
  • Minor Fractures
    To diagnose fractures, the doctor may personally inspect the body part or have you undergo X-ray, bone scan MRI, and other tests. Depending on the situation, the physician may reposition the broken bone and put a splint on it as treatment.
  • Minor Surgical Procedures
    We can perform minor surgical procedures such as foreign body removal or stitching minor lacerations. These minor surgical procedures will not require you to spend a night in a facility or hospital.
  • Pink Eye
    The treatment you get for pink eye depends on whether it is caused by a virus or bacteria. There is no specific treatment for a viral pink eye which may last four up to seven days. Ointment, antibiotic eye drops or pills may be recommended by doctors to treat a bacterial pink eye.
  • Pneumonia
    Our doctors will diagnose the cause of your pneumonia and provide the applicable antibiotics to treat it. As required in your situation, pain relievers, cough medicines, or fever medications can also be prescribed.
  • Poison Ivy
    In general, poison ivy rash will go away within two up to three weeks. If your rash has already spread or has already caused blisters, medications may be prescribed by your doctor.
  • Rashes
    Rashes are skin inflammations or discoloration that include hives, psoriasis, and others. The doctor, specifically a dermatologist, will have to determine what type of rash you are suffering from to know which applicable treatment to recommend. Medications such as anti-itch creams may be prescribed when the situation calls for it.
  • Routine Adult Physicals
    A routine adult physical exam will include checking your vital signs and updating your health history. The doctor may then proceed with visual and physical exams as well as laboratory tests if necessary. The results will then be discussed to you so that possible treatment or prevention measures can be talked about.
  • Routine Well-Child Exams
    During these exams, the doctor will check on the growth and development of your child. Other things to expect during any of these well-child exams include physical examinations and giving of due immunizations.
  • Skin Tag Removal
    A doctor or dermatologist is the best person to see if you are uncomfortable about removing the skin tag yourself. Surgery, cryosurgery or cauterization are the three surgical procedures that may help remove your skin tag. The dermatologist will help identify the best procedure for your situation.
  • Sore Throat
    A bacterial sore throat can be treated through antibiotics prescribed by the physician. Mild pain relievers may also be included. Other treatments may also be required if the doctor identifies an underlying cause for a sore throat.
  • Sports Physicals
    These exams are best for children and athletes, and are required by various schools and sports organizations before any participate is allowed to engage in sports. Doctors will update their records regarding your measurements. Further physical exams to check the various body parts as well as posture, range of motion, and flexibility are also be included.
  • Sprains/Strains
    The treatment for a sprain or strain depends on its severity as well as the body part affected. Some treatments you may take advantage of include medications, surgery, and therapy. Your doctor is responsible for the determination of the most suitable treatment.
  • Stomach Virus
    Doctors will have to conduct stool tests and physical exams to diagnose whether you have a stomach virus or not. A stomach virus is also called stomach flu or viral gastroenteritis. Since there is no specific treatment for this condition, self-care procedures may be recommended by your physician.
  • STD
    Sexually transmitted diseases are diseases transmitted through intercourse, oral sex, or anal sex. These may include syphilis, gonorrhea, genital warts, and more. Diagnosing STD will include blood tests, urine tests, and fluid tests.
  • Strep Testing
    This is a relatively fast test that involves a throat swab. Through strep testing, the doctor can detect if some Streptococcus bacteria are present. Such bacteria cause strep throat as well as pneumonia, abscess, and other infections.
  • TB Skin Testing
    This two-part test involves injecting tuberculin to the forearm skin, typically resulting in a bump, and checking how the skin reacts to it. The size of the bump will determine if you have tuberculosis or not.
  • Testing for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
    There are various tests to determine different types of STDs. These include checking urine and fluid samples as well as blood tests.
  • Upper Respiratory Infections
    An acute infection affecting the nose, sinuses, larynx, pharynx or other parts of the upper respiratory tract is an upper respiratory infection. Various treatments are available, typically involving symptomatic treatment or antibiotics. The treatment depends on what type of infection you have.
  • UTI
    Urinary tract infection or UTI may be painful. Doctors may recommend certain antibiotics to treat this infection, depending on the kind of bacteria causing the infection. You may need to take antibiotics for a certain duration, depending on the situation.