Back-to-school season means new classrooms, new teachers and new friends, however when everyone returns indoors, we see a resurgence of germs and back-to-school illnesses. In this month’s blog, Dr. Hadley covers the most common contagious illnesses we see in our Nashville urgent care clinic when school goes back in session. Read on to learn their symptoms, how to prevent them and when to seek care from your pediatric provider or at a walk in clinic or urgent care for kids.
Summer is in full swing, and with that comes heat, humidity, and hopefully, lots of time outside. Nashville is full of great parks and hiking trails – from Percy Warner Park in Belle Meade to Bells Bend State Park near Ashland City and Radnor Lake State Park in South Nashville. Last month we discussed one common nuisance for outdoor explorers, ticks and tick-borne illnesses. This month we are tackling another common summer issue seen in our West Nashville walk in clinic: contact dermatitis from plants.
Most Common Pediatric Urgent Care Illnesses and Injuries As we mark our return to warmer and (hopefully) drier weather, children will soon be back to doing what do they best: acting like kids and getting hurt. In this post, we will review some of the most common reasons children visit our Nashville urgent care clinic. We will also provide some information which will hopefully result in a smoother urgent care experience for you and your child.
Primary Care or Urgent Care? How to Make the Right Choice Urgent care centers and walk in clinics are relatively new health care choices. In the last 10 years many new clinics have opened across the country and in Nashville, however, determining when to visit an urgent care clinic or walk in medical center can be confusing, especially if you have a primary care doctor. Read more to learn about the differences between urgent care and primary care as well as how to make the right health care choice for your needs.
Common Winter Illnesses in Nashville: Symptoms & Treatment Illnesses peak in the winter as people stay indoors and have more contact with germs. At Complete Urgent Care, a few illnesses have been the most common this winter. Read on to learn about some of the most common winter illnesses we have been seeing as well as their treatment options:
Nashville’s 2018 Flu Update Flu season has arrived. At Complete Health Partners we are seeing many positive cases of flu at our urgent care/walk in clinic. Activity is still quite limited, but we expect to see a peak in the flu after everyone gathers for the holidays. Below is some helpful information about this year’s unique flu season.
Urgent Care or ER? It can be difficult to know when an injury or illness requires an urgent care clinic or a trip to the emergency room. In this month’s blog, Board Certified Emergency Medicine physician Dr. Mickiewicz discusses some basic rules of thumb for when to visit each facility.
We gladly work with most major medical insurances both in Tennessee and from out-of-state. Most insurance plans require an upfront payment/co-payment for urgent care visits. This payment is due at the time of service. Click here for more information about the insurance plans we accept and our simple self-pay options for those without insurance.