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What Conditions Are Eligible for Urgent Care?

When you need urgent care, your situation can’t wait a few days. You might be experiencing concerning symptoms of a serious illness, or you could have sustained a painful muscle or joint injury. The longer it takes you to get professional medical care, the more your risks of serious complications increase.

For urgent care services you can count on, turn to Ulin Sargeant, MD, MPH, a leading internist and founder of Monrovia Internal Medicine & Primary Care. Dr. Sargeant and her experienced and compassionate team offer primary care and urgent care in Duarte, California, in addition to comprehensive telemedicine support.

We provide urgent care services for a wide range of non-life-threatening diseases and injuries. Here, we share some of the health problems that could prompt you to seek urgent care services with Dr. Sargeant.

When you need urgent medical care

If you’re in a serious medical emergency — for example, if you or a loved one has symptoms including chest pains, difficulty breathing, or a change in consciousness — you should call 911 or get to an emergency room right away. 

If your condition is urgent but not an immediately life-threatening emergency, urgent care services at Monrovia Internal Medicine & Primary Care may be able to save you time and money.

A serious medical situation won’t get better on its own. You need prompt, professional medical support to preserve your whole-body health and long-term wellness. Without timely treatment, your condition could get worse, or you might end up dealing with long-term or serious complications.

Dr. Sargeant and her team address your urgent care needs for non-life-threatening conditions while maintaining a high standard of personalized care and professionalism. 

What makes you eligible for urgent care?

Urgent care can address many acute medical needs. Dr. Sargeant and her team often treat patients who have illnesses including:

Concerning symptoms can also be a good reason to seek urgent care. You might have concerns about:

We can also handle crises or ongoing support related to:

If you’re experiencing a serious but non-life-threatening medical problem, don’t delay in seeking urgent care. Dr. Sargent is also available for urgent care telemedicine appointments, letting you get treatment and support from the comfort and safety of your own home. 

For urgent care support this fall, contact Dr. Sargeant and the team at Monrovia Internal Medicine & Primary Care. Call 877-254-4496, or make an appointment online through our convenient virtual office.

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