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Urgent Care And Walk-Ins Specialist

Dulles Urgent Care Center and Dulles Health Care

Urgent Care & Primary Care Internal Medicine located in Stone Ridge Neighborhood, Stone Ridge, VA

The need for medical care isn’t always predictable. Maybe you’ve slammed your finger in the car door on the way to work or you suddenly feel an itching, irritated rash across your body. At Dulles Urgent Care Center and Dulles Health Care in Stone Ridge, Virginia, Anita Chatman, MD, MPH, and her team offer urgent care and walk-in services the very same day. If you have sudden symptoms or an unexpected injury, come to Dulles Urgent Care Center and Dulles Health Care for urgent care services today.

Urgent Care and Walk-Ins Q & A

What is urgent care?

Urgent care is a type of medical care available to patients at any time. Dulles Urgent Care Center and Dulles Health Care is open seven days a week and is prepared to care for you and your family at any time. Urgent care clinics like Dulles Urgent Care Center and Dulles Health Care allow for walk-in patients, without the need to make an appointment beforehand. Injuries and illnesses aren’t always predictable and often require care right away, even if they aren’t emergencies.

When you come to Dulles Urgent Care Center and Dulles Health Care for urgent care services, a provider sees you right away after a short wait time. They examine you and provide quick treatment for your symptoms. They may also diagnose you if you don’t know what’s wrong. If your problem needs further care, they may refer you to a specialist or send you directly to a hospital.

When do I need urgent care?

Urgent care providers are trained to treat a wide variety of medical complications and symptoms on the spot. They can also perform quick imaging procedures and treatments that you may need right away. Some common reasons for visiting an urgent care center include:

  • Cuts and lacerations
  • Sprains and strains
  • Dislocated joints
  • Skin rashes
  • Upper respiratory infections
  • Unexplained pain
  • STDs

If you have any unusual symptoms but don’t feel like they’re life-threatening, the urgent care team can evaluate them and find out what’s going on. They can also provide simple in-office procedures like foreign body removal, cyst and abscess drainage, and stitches for open cuts and wounds.

How long does an urgent care visit typically take?

At Dulles Urgent Care Center and Dulles Health Care, the team prides themselves on minimizing your wait time and keeping your visit short. They know that your schedule can be busy and a sudden injury or illness requiring urgent care likely disrupted your day. For this reason, they strive to keep your visit around 35-40 minutes so you can get back to your day or go home to rest. 

If you need sudden care for an injury, skin lesion, illness, or strange symptoms, the team at Dulles Urgent Care Center and Dulles Health Care is prepared to help you on the spot. Call or click online to learn more about urgent care services today.