Urgent care centers are located in each state of the United States, and many are open 24 hours for convenience. Urgent care centers prescribe antibiotics, prescribe pain medication, and evaluate the needs of a patient all within one visit. An estimated 89.8% of urgent care centers in the U.S. treat workplace related illnesses or injuries such as back pain, sprains, and other musculoskeletal issues. Urgent Care centers in the United States are required by the American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine to be open for business 7 days a week. Urgent Care facility visits typically charge a co-pay relative to what a doctor would charge, and are significantly less expensive than visits to the emergency room. This infographic has been brought to you by Immediate Clinic: Neighborhood Walk-In Clinic. They are a unique group of urgent care medical facilities opened in response to a growing need for immediate, affordable medical provider care in a convenient, comfortable environment.
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