When you need medical attention quickly, where are you going to go? To an emergency room? To your primary physician? Emergency rooms have incredibly long waits, and wind up costing you hundreds of dollars. And as for your primary physician, less than a third (29 percent) of primary care doctors that practice in the United States offer after hours coverage, so unless you’re injured or sickened during the work day, good luck.
Thankfully, there are convenient care facilities to take care of you for times like these. Convenient care facilities are open later and on weekends, and address medical urgencies that are not necessarily emergencies. Some of the the conditions that are most often treated by convenient care centers include sprains and strains; fractures; upper respiratory illnesses; gastrointestinal con