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What Does an Urgent Care Clinic Do?

An urgent care clinic can treat many of the same conditions as a primary care doctor. However, these facilities treat patients more conveniently before or after work. The physicians at our urgent care clinic have usually focused their practice on acute, non-life-threatening medical conditions, such as fevers, cuts, and rashes.

The board-certified providers at Central Illinois Urgent Care will be available 7 days a week. Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on the weekend. We are committed to providing personalized, quality care that fits our patients’ schedules. This allows you to receive treatment still if your family doctor has no openings or you can’t take time off from work.

We can perform in-house lab draws, X-rays, and EKGs, so you won’t have to visit another office for diagnostic procedures. This can be incredibly convenient for patients with fractures or suspected strep throat or flu.

If you or a loved one has a non-life-threatening condition that needs treatment at convenient hours, visit an urgent care clinic like Central Illinois Urgent Care. Our locations in Effingham, Taylorville, Litchfield, and Forsyth are conveniently located for people living or visiting Central Illinois. Click here for more information about our practice and the conditions we can treat.

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