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Urgent Care on the Weekend: Here’s What You Should Know

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Every minute counts when your child is not feeling well. No more long drives to seek care at pricey emergency rooms. At Village Pediatrics, we are proud to offer our patients superior care all week long, including the weekend for those who can’t schedule their illnesses.

Let us walk you through the benefits of our Urgent Care weekend hours.

How does it work?

If your child is in pain or uncomfortable, it’s best to seek care as soon as possible. And with our extended care on the weekend, you can do just that! Each Saturday your child has access to see a pediatrician from our practice in a virtual appointment from 8 am – 11 am.

A video chat is held with a pediatrician and your child, using our secure Patient Portal platform. You can easily access this from the comfort of your home with any computer, tablet, or cell phone that has video capability with internet access. The pediatrician will be able to diagnose conditions and provide any medication prescriptions if needed.

To learn more about what to expect during telehealth visits, please click here.

What can be treated?

There are many different health concerns our pediatricians can help alleviate through a telehealth visit.

These include:

  • Coughs and colds
  • Allergies
  • Sore throat
  • Low-grade fever
  • Skin ailment
  • Minor bumps, cuts, or burns
  • Earache
  • Medication refills and more

We treat you like family.

Every patient of ours is a part of the family, which comes with many advantages. When your child visits us on the weekend, we already have their health records on file. There’s no need to re-explain medical history over and over to another medical professional, which means your child can receive the care they need even sooner. Not to mention each one of our pediatricians will provide care for your child as if they were their own.

Urgent Care vs. Emergency Care

There is nothing more important to us than helping your child lead a happy, healthy life. But please remember if your child is experiencing a life-threatening condition, to please seek emergency care right away.

Emergency conditions include:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Abdominal pain
  • Severe bleeding
  • Seizures
  • Extreme trauma or injuries
  • Allergic reaction and trouble breathing
  • Major burn

Getting your child the medical attention they need, when they need it has never been so easy. To schedule an Urgent Care or Telehealth appointment for your child, please click here.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.