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You Don't Have to Wait for Weeks to See A Doctor. We Can Help Today.

You Don't Have to Wait for Weeks to See A Doctor. We Can Help Today.

It’s safe to say no one actually plans to get sick or injured — but when it happens, you want to get the care you need so you can feel better as soon as possible. At Triad Primary Care, our team understands that, and that’s why we offer walk-in urgent care in addition to our regular primary care services for patients in and around Greensboro, North Carolina.

Although urgent care is used by plenty of people, it’s still a relatively new concept, and many people don’t know what urgent care is or what issues can be treated at an urgent care visit. In this post, learn the basics about urgent care and how it can help you and your family members stay healthy and comfortable.

Quick facts about urgent care

Urgent care has grown a lot in popularity in recent years, offering treatment for medical issues that benefit from prompt care, but which aren’t serious enough to require emergency intervention. While urgent care at a clinic may help with relieving symptoms, urgent care at a primary care practice means you receive treatment from someone interested in your immediate problems as well as your long-term health needs.

During an urgent care visit, our team listens to your concerns and performs necessary evaluations for diagnosis. In addition, we take your medical history into account to ensure your treatment is safe, effective, and optimized for your health needs and your lifestyle.

After a physical evaluation, our team may prescribe X-rays or other imaging tests, lab work and other screenings, and medication or other therapies aimed at providing you with the best and most appropriate care. Better still, urgent care visits are available by appointment or simply by walking in, making it extremely convenient to get top-quality medical care.

What urgent care can treat

Our team offers urgent care treatment for an array of acute and chronic health needs, including:

Plus, we can help you manage chronic conditions, like hypertension, diabetes, and asthma.

We offer on-site lab testing and diagnostic imaging, including X-rays, so you can get complete care in just one stop. And, we also offer telehealth visits, so you can get follow-up care without leaving your home.

The right care for your healthy life

Our team is dedicated to making it as easy as possible to stay healthy. With primary care, urgent care, and telehealth care at the same practice, you can feel confident about the medical attention we offer for your unique needs.

To learn more about urgent care or our other health care services, call 336-286-5505 or book an appointment online with Triad Primary Care today.

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