Urgent care offers prompt diagnostic services and same-day treatment for a multitude of medical concerns. Preferred Medical Center in Midland, Texas, offers primary care and urgent care services from board-certified Raj Pandya, MD, and an expert team. For more information on urgent care and when to make a visit, call Preferred Medical Center or book an appointment online today. Walk-ins are welcome, and no appointment is required.
Urgent care addresses on-demand health needs that cannot wait for a standard doctor appointment. Certain illnesses, injuries, and isolated symptoms are not severe enough to drive you to go to the emergency room, where you might have to wait hours before you see a physician.
Preferred Medical Center takes walk-ins for urgent care to address your issues almost immediately.
During an urgent care visit, board-certified internist Dr. Pandya and the team work tirelessly to deliver answers about your health and how you feel. They can also provide treatment on the spot after providing any tests that are necessary to get an accurate diagnosis.
Preferred Medical Center offers standard urgent care services, and you can get them by appointment or at any time as a walk-in patient.
There are many reasons why you might need to come to Preferred Medical Center for an urgent care appointment. Urgent care diagnoses and treats many health conditions, ranging from mild to moderate, many of which need care in a timely manner.
You should visit for urgent care if you have symptoms of:
You should skip urgent care and go straight to the emergency room for any health concerns that are severe enough to threaten your life, your long-term cognitive function, or any of your limbs.
When you make an urgent care visit at Preferred Medical Center, the team walks you through the routine of taking your measurements and vital signs before going over and updating your medical history. They ask you to provide your symptoms and any other details that could contribute to an accurate diagnosis.
The next services you get depend on your suspected reason for visiting. The team makes recommendations based on your reported symptoms. You may need:
The team may recommend further testing or refer you to a specialist if they have additional questions or concerns about your health status. Once they make a diagnosis, they can recommend treatment or prescribe any necessary medications.
If you have a medical concern that needs urgent care, call Preferred Medical Center to set up an appointment, book a visit online, or walk in at your convenience.