Managing Your Child’s Urgent Care Needs
posted: Mar. 29, 2022.
Not everything in life goes according to plan and sometimes your child may get sick or experience a minor injury that needs to be taken care of. When things happen suddenly and aren’t life-threatening, it’s important that you know there are ways to get help for your child that same day. Dr. Jag Ambwani, Dr. Dolly Ubhrani, and Dr. Chirlyn Urena at Longwood Pediatrics in Longwood, FL, and serving the Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs, Sanford, and Maitland, FL, areas can provide pediatric urgent care for care that isn’t life-threatening but still needs to be handled as soon as possible.
Getting Urgent Care for Your Child’s Needs
There are many different illnesses and injuries that may require urgent care but that you may not want to visit the emergency room for. Pediatric urgent care from your pediatricians offers you a comfortable and less hectic space to get the help your child needs to start feeling relief from whatever may be bothering them. You can set up an appointment or walk-in that same day and help your child start feeling normal before they even know it.
Some common issues that may require an urgent care visit include:
- Asthma attacks
- Pink eye
- Sore throat
- Minor injuries
- Minor cuts or lacerations
- Ear infections
If an injury or illness is life-threatening, you should be visiting an emergency room for immediate care. Urgent care is centered on issues that are minor and need urgent treatment but are not severe.
Contact Your Pediatrician Today!
If your child is dealing with an issue that needs treatment and can’t wait for their next checkup, bring them in to urgent care! Contact Dr. Jag Ambwani, Dr. Dolly Ubhrani, and Dr. Chirlyn Urena at Longwood Pediatrics in Longwood, FL, and serving the Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs, Sanford, and Maitland, FL, areas to learn about pediatric urgent care and the symptoms that can be treated. Call for more information today at (407) 644-9970.
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