At TGH Urgent Care Powered by Fast Track, You Will Always Be Seen by a Qualified, Board-Certified Provider
We accept patients 3 months of age and older and offer a special discounted visit charge of $135 to our uninsured patients. Additional tests and procedures may be required for your care for an additional charge. We encourage all patients to be evaluated by our board-certified providers to determine appropriate care and accurate pricing based on your needs. Procedures, X-rays, lab studies, immunizations, and in-office medications are additional.
For the safety of our patients, we do not provide medical advice or service quotes over the phone.
We routinely treat the following:
- Sore throats
- Ear infections
- Eye problems
- Urinary tract infections
- Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
- Drug screens
We commonly perform the following procedures and tests:
What to Look for in a Healthcare Provider?
Choosing the right healthcare provider can be daunting, but it’s important to research and find someone that makes you feel comfortable. Here are some key factors to look for:
- Communication and Collaboration: A good healthcare provider should be communicative and collaborative, able to work with you individually and provide a shared perspective on your care.
- Professionalism and Ethics: A good healthcare provider should exhibit professionalism and ethics, upholding the highest standards in the field. They should also be knowledgeable about medical practices and procedures, able to provide informed consent and take care of their privacy concerns.
- Knowledgeable about Conditions: A good healthcare provider should be knowledgeable about common and rare conditions to provide the best possible treatment plan. They should also have experience treating patients with that condition or disorder.
- Accurate Diagnoses: A good healthcare provider should make accurate diagnoses based on available information and patient symptoms. They should also be able to recommend treatments based on this information.
- Experience Treating Patients With That Condition or Disorder: A good healthcare provider should have experience treating patients with that condition or disorder to provide the best possible care for you. They should also be knowledgeable about current treatments for that condition.
Finally, it is important to research and find a healthcare provider who can meet your needs and provide high-quality care.
How to Find a Healthcare Provider?
When you’re looking for a healthcare provider, it’s essential to do your research. Talk to friends and family, and search online for reviews for each facility and provider.
-Are they licensed and registered with professional associations?
-Do they have experience in the area of medicine you need treatment?
-Can they provide accurate information about your condition and potential treatments?
-Will they answer all of your questions?
-Are their office and staff welcoming and accessible?
When should you go to the doctor?
The best time to visit your doctor is when you first notice something isn’t right. If something crops up after you’ve been feeling fine, it’s harder to determine what the problem may be. Try to make an appointment at least two weeks in advance, if possible, so that you can get a range of tests done during your visit.
You will need to see your doctor more often if you have a chronic illness. This is especially important if your illness is new or has changed in severity since your last visit.
What type of doctor should I see?
Check with friends and family members who have had good experiences with particular doctors before making an appointment. Be honest about your health history – including any health issues you’re currently having or have had – so your doctor can put together a comprehensive care plan specific to you.
Your health is very important to us at TGH Urgent Care. We are dedicated to ensuring that you receive the right care at the right place at the right time. Certain medical conditions should always be treated in an Emergency Department. Please call 911 or go directly to the Emergency Department if you are concerned about a life-threatening condition.
Call 911 if you are experiencing any of the following:
- Chest pain
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Sudden dizziness, weakness, blurred vision, or loss of coordination or balance
- Loss of consciousness
- Numbness in the face, arm, or leg
- Violent assault