Emergency Care: Use the Emergency Room (ER) only for emergencies. For example, when you have chest pain; severe shortness of breath; fainting, sudden dizziness, weakness; sudden confusion; and uncontrolled bleeding.
Not sure if you should go to the ER? Contact the 24/7 Nurse Line.
Non-Emergent Care: Use these lower cost, convenient care options when you have cold or flu symptoms; coughs, sore throat; ear or sinus pain; headaches/migraines; pinkeye; skin rashes; and minor burns, cuts and scrapes.
Laboratory and Imaging Services: Did you know that the same care service can cost less at different providers? Save time and money by having these services completed at non-hospital affiliated freestanding facilities.