Diagnosis, treatment, and services for or conditions that require immediate attention, such as minor injuries, common illnesses, and other urgent medical concerns.
Not sure if your cough is related to COVID-19 or just a common cold? Concerned about potential exposure to someone with COVID-19?
Whether you’re experiencing symptoms or not, it’s important to be aware of the warning signs and know when to get tested, especially with the increasing number of COVID-19 cases across the country.
In addition to COVID-19 testing and vaccination, we also provide urgent pediatric care and well-child visits, women’s health services, and much more. The experts at TCMA Care handle a broad range of medical needs, so if you don’t see your condition on this list, feel free to call and ask for more information.
COVID-19 is a contagious disease caused by a type of virus called a coronavirus. Coronaviruses encompass a diverse group of viruses that can lead to various respiratory illnesses, including mild common colds and more severe infections. The transmission of COVID-19 primarily occurs through respiratory droplets expelled when an infected individual coughs or sneezes. It can also spread by touching surfaces contaminated with the virus after someone infected has coughed or sneezed into their hands.
Similar to other viral upper respiratory infections, COVID-19 leads to:
COVID-19 symptoms typically emerge swiftly, and it’s also possible to be infected without displaying any symptoms.
Approximately 80% of individuals who contract a coronavirus infection recover without requiring specific medical intervention, while only one out of six people with COVID-19 develop severe symptoms and encounter breathing difficulties.
People who are at a higher risk, including those aged 65 and older or with pre-existing respiratory conditions, should be particularly cautious and prioritize social distancing measures and thorough hygiene practices to mitigate their risk.
If you or a family member experience signs such as fever, shortness of breath, and flu-like symptoms including a dry cough, difficulty breathing, and body aches, feel free to visit any of our locations without an appointment.
TCMA Care offers secure COVID-19 testing to help minimize the chance of infection.
The key measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 include frequent handwashing with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Additionally, avoid touching your face to minimize the risk of transferring the virus from your hands to your body. It’s important to maintain a distance of at least six feet from someone who is coughing or sneezing.
At TCMA Care, we are committed to reducing the spread of COVID-19. If you experience symptoms, please visit our clinic for testing. If you have a fever and other flu-like symptoms and are unsure about the need for a COVID test, you can simply walk into any of our locations for assistance.
Whether you're experiencing pain, discomfort or simply not feeling your best, prompt and effective treatment is what you deserve. At TCMA Care, our in-house lab services enable clinicians to swiftly diagnose and treat you, eliminating the need for an appointment with your primary care physician.
Choosing TCMA Care also means avoiding the anxiety of waiting in a hospital emergency room.
Moreover, urgent care is a more cost-effective option compared to receiving treatment in an emergency room.Book a Visit
Patients visiting an urgent care center are typically seen within minutes, whereas those visiting a hospital may experience hours of waiting, as individuals in more critical conditions are prioritized.
We accept a wide range of health insurance plans and offer lower co-pays compared to an emergency room.
Urgent care clinics generally operate beyond regular doctor's office hours, extending into late evening.
Thanks to urgent care clinics, patients can bypass expensive and time-consuming visits to the ER.
Get access to highly trained and qualified medical providers who can treat anything from a simple cold to more serious medical issues.
Most patients visiting an urgent care center will be seen in just minutes, whereas those visiting a hospital may have to wait hours because those in more serious situations are given priority.
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