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6 great reasons why you should go to a walk-in clinic:

✔ No appointments needed. The name says it all — just walks right in.

✔ Quicker care. The average ER visit tops 4 hours, 2 while clinic visits are generally an hour or less.

✔ Convenient hours. Some clinics are open 7 days a weeks, with extended evening and weekend hours, just like the ER.

✔ Lower prices. You’ll pay an average of $100 to $200 per basic clinic visit compared to the $1550 to $1750 average ER price.

✔ Skilled staff. Clinics are overseen by a doctor, with nurse practitioners or physician assistant.

✔ Recommendations. If you ever need more extensive care, clinics can refer you to a local doctor or an emergency room

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Ask our doctors how can you change your lifestyle and how eat smaller meals. Ask how to control your #weight because carrying extra pounds puts pressure on your stomach. In our offices, we have certain methods that can help you #loseweight.

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Many people are confused with the difference of #UrgentCare Clinics vs. Primary Care Physicians. To clear up all of the confusion, we've decided to create an easy to follow video so our patients can be confident with the #healthcare provider they've chosen.

When you or your child is sick, injured, or in pain, waiting to see a doctor can be agony. Sometimes you find that your primary care physician is too busy to see you right away. The ER is expensive, crowded, and you might spend hours in the waiting room. 
Express Healthcare offer fast, comprehensive, and professional health care to get you feeling better as soon as possible. Whether you’re suffering from seasonal allergies, a sprained ankle or a cut that may need stitches, we can help you feel better faster. The next time you need to see a doctor and don’t want to wait, just walk-in to our Express Healthcare, we are open everyday.  #urgentcare   #universityofmaryland   #greenbelt   #collegepark   #maryland  

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Jet Lag is also known as time zone change syndrome or desynchronosis. Jet Lag can occur when people travel rapidly from east to west, or west to east. Visit Express Healthcare clinics in Greenbelt, MD and College Park, MD before you go for consultation. #traveltips   #traveling   #urgentcareclinic   #urgentcare  

How does Urgent Care compare with Emergency Rooms (ERs) on wait times?

A: Patients with everyday medical issues are faced with two options: wait for PCP appointment, or make an unnecessary, costly visit to the ER. But the latter choice is not necessarily fast. The average ER visit lasts approximately 212 minutes. The average Express Healthcare visit lasts less than one hour, and is a fraction of the cost of the ER.

What can urgent care and Express Healthcare clinics treat?

Generally, Urgent Care can treats everyday injuries and illnesses. Express Healthcare can treat everything from colds, flu and cuts to fractures, sprains and some dislocations. We provide immunizations, sports physicals, EKGs, Ultrasound, and X-rays. We perform minor surgical procedures, such as stitches. We also administer IV fluids and labs.

In Express Healthcare, LLC, We have a diverse and dedicated group of health professionals whose daily mission is to use the knowledge, experience and compassion to provide comprehensive healthcare to all adults and children. Express Healthcare is a member of Urgent Care Association of America.

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While the answer is not always simple, knowing the difference between #urgentcare and #emergency care and where to seek treatment could save your life in an emergency. 

#health Tip: It’s a good idea to put away devices like smart phones and tablets 30 minutes before bed time. #healthyliving
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