Emergency Room vs. Urgent Care Omaha: Differences, Costs & Options

Emergency Room vs. Urgent Care Omaha: Differences, Costs & Options

Knowing where to go for treatment after an illness or accident can sometimes be tricky, especially when your primary care physician may not be available for consultation.  Some of these conditions may not need outside care, some may need “urgent” care, while others may need “emergency” care.

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Symptoms and Treatment for Insect Bite and Stings

Treating Mosquito and Bug Bites

Most of the time, an insect bite is not going to do much more than be a nuisance. Bug bites might cause some redness, swelling, and itching, but these symptoms usually go away fairly quickly. However, there are some reactions that are potentially dangerous, depending on how the body reacts to the venom of the insect.
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When to Seek Care for a Burn?

When to seek care for a burn? Urgent Care Omaha

When to Seek Care for a Burn?

Treatment of burns are decided based on location, depth, size of burn, types of burns, burned areas and person’s age.

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Common Pediatric Injuries

Common Pediatric Injuries Urgent Care Omaha

Pediatric injuries tend to come from activities in which kids participate. Pediatric emergency room visits include suffocating, ingestion of chemicals, severe burns, choking and fractures.  Among the most common injuries treated in an urgent care include head injuries, fractures, and burns.

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Health Tips For College Freshmen

Health Tips For College Freshmen

Each year, thousands of students across the U.S. leave home and move into college dormitories or apartments. For many of these students the adjustment to this independence and being away from home for the first time can bring some challenges. For many college freshmen, moving away to school may mean taking responsibility for their own health and wellness for the first time.

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Urgent Care Average Wait Times

Urgent Care Average Wait Times

One of the most-frequent questions we get is “How long is my wait time to be seen?” That is a difficult question to answer because wait times do vary. Depending on the number of people waiting and the severity of sickness or illness, the wait can be as little as a few minutes or as long as over an hour. That said, most urgent care patients wait less than 15 minutes to be seen and usually complete their visit in less than an hour.

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Urgent Care Network of Omaha FAQs

Omaha Urgent Care Clinics FAQs

Urgent Care Network of Omaha clinics include Bellevue Urgent Care, Rockbrook Urgent Care, and Crossroads Urgent Care. We are a locally-owned small business, independent of any hospital organization.

To help you better understand some of the ins-and-outs of urgent care, here are some answers to Urgent Care Network of Omaha Clinics FAQs.

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Sunburn Prevention & When To Seek Treatment

Sunburn Prevention & When To Seek Treatment

As the temperatures have risen, it’s tempting to spend every day outdoors. After all, you’ve waited all winter long – now’s your chance to soak up the sun and have some summer fun.

While it’s great to get outside and absorb all that healthy vitamin D, basking in those sunny rays isn’t free from negative consequences. Without the right protection, the sun can do a number on your skin. Itchy, sore, and hot-to-the-touch, sunburn is a dangerous part of the summer season.

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Staying Hydrated in Hot Weather

Staying Hydrated in Hot Weather

It is important, especially in hot weather, that you drink plenty of non-alcoholic fluids to avoid heat-related illness. The exact amount of water/ fluids you need is hard to determine, because of differing sizes of people, varying temperatures and humidity, and the amount of exertion you are undergoing.

As a simple guideline, the more you are out in hot weather, the more frequently you need to drink. People exercising in extreme weather conditions can lose five liters of water through sweating. More sedentary folks will obviously lose/ need less, but still need to be aware of replacing fluids.

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Poison Ivy and Summer Rashes

Poison Ivy and Summer Rashes

Whether hiking through Fontenelle Forest or working in your back yard, be aware of contact with the three-leafed plant that can cause an itchy rash- poison ivy.

Poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac are three varieties of local plants that can cause these rashes when a person comes in contact with the oily resin (urushiol) found on the leaves and other parts of these plants. Over 80% of people have a rash-reaction to urushiol.

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