Among American physicians who are their patients’ source of primary care, less than 30% currently are able to accommodate patients after regular business hours are over. But what if you have suddenly experienced a bone fracture,a concussion, strain, or sprain? What about dealing food poisoning, upper respiratory issues, or lacerations? In any of these cases and many more, convenient care is available in the form of urgent care facilities, some of which are available 24 hours per day.
And with almost 9,000 urgent care locations throughout the country, and more being added all the time, you are likely to find urgent medical care that you need in your area. These kinds of convenient care facilities, which have come into increasing prominence since their introduction in the states during the 1970′s, bring in $