When should a patient go to Urgent Care?
For Physical Examinations
When should a patient NOT go to Urgent Care?
Services not offered at Exigent: (We can help you with referrals.)
- Elective removal or biopsy skin lesions. (We do drain abscesses.)
- Prescribing of birth control, hormones or “morning after” pills.
- Smoking cessation pills or patches.
- Chronic pain (narcotic) medicine prescribing
- Diet management or diet pills.
- Methadone refills.
- Primary (Continuing) Care.
- Sexual assault or rape examinations.
- Prescribing of erectile dysfunction.
- Impotence work-ups (See Urologist).
- Psychiatric Care.
- Outpatient lab or x-rays unless ordered by our staff doctors
- Routine immunizations.
- Life threatening emergencies. (Call 911 for transport to nearest Hospital)