Know When You Should Go

One of the more difficult decisions many people face is whether to go to the emergency room or call their physician when they need immediate medical care. While every case is different, a good rule of thumb is, if you think it's life or death, call 911 and ask to be taken to the closest ER.  

 


Regular Check-ups Cough, Colds, Fever
Vaginal Discharge

 


Lingering Pain Unexplained Weight Changes
When Pregnant, Light
Vaginal Bleeding

 


Sprains or Possible Broken Bones Vomiting or Diarrhea Minor Cuts


Fever, Sore Throat, Coughs and Colds

 


Burns Unconsciousness Poisoning

 


Serious Head, Neck or Back Injury Loss of Limb or Broken Bone Convulsions or Seizures


Pregnant & Moderate to
Severe Bleeding
Chest Pain or Pressure In Labor


Severe Bleeding