Archive for July 10, 2018
Approximately 60% of all urgent care centers have a wait time of 15 minutes or less to see a physician or mid-level healthcare provider. This is significant less than the average wait time at a traditional doctor’s office or the emergency room. Shorter wait times means wasting less time sitting in waiting room when you are ill or injured with other people, who are ill or injured. It means less time away from home or work and less time away from your family and friends.
Over 65% of all urgent care facilities have a physician on-site at all times. That means not having to wait for the physician to arrive to help you or talk to you about why you are there. This helps with the reduced wait time, and allows you to get treated and get out faster.
Of those that wait longer than 15 minutes, over 80% will wait less than an hour, which means the urgent care facility still has a shorter wait time than most doctors’ offices and emergency rooms. In addition to the reduced wait times, ur
Staying healthy can be a challenge. Especially if you spend your time in lots of public spaces like gyms, hospitals, schools, and other open locations, it can be a challenge to avoid getting sick. In these spaces your health is often determined by the cleanliness of others and their attention to detail. From common colds that can spread through an office like wild fire to serious MRSA symptoms, it is always important to know that you are in spaces that are carefully cleaned and sanitized.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a type of staph bacteria that is resistant to many antibiotics. Unfortunately, as many as 2% of the population carries MRSA, even though they may not always be showing MRSA symptoms. In hospitals,, nursing homes, and other public health facilities, the need for cleanliness and sanitization is so important that a significant amount of budge