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Loyola offers Immediate Care services for adults and children. These services are provided on a walk-in basis, no appointment necessary, at times when many physicians' offices are closed.
Immediate care is not the same as emergency room care. The cost of an immediate care visit is more in line with the cost of a physician visit. Plus, wait times to see our doctors are far less than an emergency room wait time. Unlike emergency treatment, our immediate care doctors will follow up with you and your doctor after treatment.
If you're still wondering when immediate care is appropriate, here is a list of injuries and conditions that are typically treated in immediate care visits.
- Cough and cold
- Allergy symptoms
- Sinus, ear or respiratory infections
- Minor burns
- Minor cuts