Where Do You Go for Urgent Care?

It’s sometimes difficult to know where to go for medical care. You know that you need to call your primary care physician when you want to schedule a wellness exam, and you know that you need to call 911 if someone is having a heart attack. But health issues aren’t always that black and white. What do you do about the things that don’t fit in the tidy boxes of scheduling an appointment with your PCP and a trip to the ER? A walk-in clinic, such as MANA Urgent Care Walk-In Clinic, is the place to go for urgent care.

What is urgent care?

Urgent care clinics treat medical issues – such as illness, injuries, aches, pain, etc. – that require immediate care, but aren’t severe enough to merit a trip to the emergency room.

Let’s say that you develop a rash and it will be a couple of days before the next available appointment with your regular doctor, or you get a fever over the weekend, or maybe you cut your hand while cooking dinner. You don’t feel like it would be appropriate to go the emergency room for any of these issues, but you do want immediate medical attention.

A walk-in clinic is the place to go when you need quality medical care fast.

The advantages of MANA Urgent Care Walk-In Clinics

Visit MANA Urgent Care Walk-In Clinics when you need urgent care in Northwest Arkansas.

In addition to urgent care, MediServe Walk-In Clinics also offer flu shots, immunizations, sports physicals, on-site imaging and lab services, as well as occupational health services.

MANA Urgent Care Walk-In Clinic provides urgent care in Fayetteville at two locations. Both locations are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week.

MANA Urgent Care Walk-In Clinics are in the MANA network. This means that MANA Urgent Care physicians have access to medical records and health history for established MANA patients.

While MANA Urgent Care Walk-In Clinics provide urgent care they do not charge urgent care fees. This means that you pay the same copay and fees that you would at a regular doctor visit.