We welcome patients from Cary, Raleigh, Morrisville, Wake Forest, Apex and surrounding areas.
Urgent care clinic services are designed to treat short-term non-emergency, non-life-threatening illness or injuries that you don’t expect to require complex or prolonged treatment. Illnesses that may fall into this category include colds, flu, UTI (urinary tract infections), insect bites, simple fractures and minor injuries (cuts, scrapes, bumps, bruises, sprains, strains, etc.).
At Park Urgent Care clinic, our team of skilled primary care physicians and urgent care doctors is ready to help when you are not feeling well or have a minor injury. If you are experiencing new symptoms that you can’t attribute to any existing condition, our physicians can examine you without an appointment to determine if urgent care would be beneficial for you. This is often a much easier alternative to the ER, where you will likely wait a long time and only be seen after all the folks who have real emergencies and life-threatening injuries.
When should you go to the hospital ER?
ER visits are meant for patients suffering from life-threatening medical conditions or major bodily injuries. Often, their lives are in jeopardy. At times like these, it is best to call 9-1-1 and get to the ER as soon as possible.
When should you go to Park Urgent Care?
For all non-life-threatening health concerns and minor injuries, your best choice is an urgent care clinic. Some of the conditions our patients present with include:
Colds & flu
Ear, sinus & throat infections
Bites & stings
Bumps & bruises
Cuts & scrapes
Strains & sprains
Broken bones, fractures
Urinary tract infection
If you have any of the above problems, the physicians at Park Urgent Care clinic can help you. Instead of waiting hours at the ER, you can walk in to our urgent care clinic without an appointment and be seen typically in under 30 minutes. We welcome patients from Cary, Raleigh, Morrisville, Wake Forest, Apex and surrounding locations.