Urgent Care vs Emergency Room
Premier Urgent Care in Newington, CT offer a faster and cheaper alternative to the emergency room for minor injuries. If you are suffering from an injury or illness that requires treatment within 24 hours but is non life threatening you should consider choosing Urgent Care over The Emergency Room. For more information please call us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Newington CT, New Britain CT, Wethersfield CT, Hartford CT, West Hartford CT, Bristol CT and Cromwell, CT.
There are many differences between the Emergency Room and Urgent Care Clinics as well as many reasons why urgent care centers or walk-in clinics have become so popular. There is a time and place for the Emergency Room. Using walk-in clinics effectively can save you and your family lots of time and money. A couple of things most of us could use more of!
The Emergency Room is meant for life-threatening illnesses or injuries. Emergency Room visits are typically used for extreme situations such as a stroke, heart attack, gun shots, extreme asthma attacks, seizures etc. Urgent Care or Walk-In Clinics are equipped to handle all non-life threatening cases. Whether it a fever, break, sprain, allergies, or the flu, Urgent Care facilities are here when your Primary Care Physician is not available.
Urgent Care Centers offer extended hours to make access to health care accessible and affordable for the modern family’s busy lifestyle. Premier Urgent Care in Newington, CT is Open 7 days a week, Evenings and Weekends! No-Appointment Needed! Forget the two hour wait in the Emergency Room and the expensive medical bill that comes with it. Premier Urgent Care is equipped to handle a list of comprehensive medical services and we have either a Physician or a Physician Assistant on site.
Our Walk-In Clinic in Newington, CT is located at 2909 Berlin Turnpike Newington, CT 06111. We accept most major health insurances and offer affordable self-pay options for those who are uninsured. If you have any questions about the clinic or conditions we treat call us for more information at (860) 436-3757.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening condition, call 911.