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                                Does high cholesterol run in your family?
                                A routine cholesterol screening from your Phoebe Primary Care physician, helps prevent minor issues from becoming potentially serious problems.
                                Are you at risk?

                                Primary Care

                                best for scheduling appointments for minor illnesses and routine visits to help maintain overall wellness. Convenient appointments that fit your schedule.

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                                PREVENTIVE CARE
                                • Immunizations
                                • Annual physicals/screenings
                                CHRONIC ILLNESS MANAGEMENT
                                • High blood pressure
                                • Diabetes
                                • Asthma
                                • Thyroid
                                EPISODIC CARE
                                • Fevers
                                • Colds and flu
                                • Severe sore throat or cough
                                • Earaches with fever
                                • Vomiting
                                • Diarrhea
                                • Mild to moderate asthma
                                • Skin rashes and infections
                                • Urinary tract infections
                                • Minor cuts
                                • Dizziness
                                • Eye irritation and redness
                                • Sprains and strains
                                • Accidents and falls
                                • Moderate back problems

                                Urgent Care & Community Care

                                best for non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries that need prompt attention. Walk-ins welcome at multiple locations with extended hours and a range of payment options.

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                                • Fevers
                                • Colds and flu
                                • Severe sore throat or cough
                                • Earaches with fever
                                • Vomiting
                                • Diarrhea
                                • Mild to moderate asthma
                                • Skin rashes and infections
                                • Urinary tract infections
                                • Minor cuts
                                • Dizziness
                                • Eye irritation and redness
                                • Sprains and strains
                                • Accidents and falls
                                • Moderate back problems

                                Emergency Care

                                best for life-threatening illnesses or injuries that require immediate attention. 24/7 hospital-based care. Dial 911 immediately for any medical problem that appears life-threatening!

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                                EMERGENCY CARE
                                • Difficulty breathing
                                • Loss of consciousness
                                • Severe bleeding
                                • Poisoning
                                • Chest pain or pressure
                                • Moderate to severe burns
                                • Moderate to severe cuts or puncture wounds
                                EPISODIC CARE
                                • Serious head, neck or back injury
                                • Loss of limb or broken bones
                                • Convulsions or seizures
                                • Deep knife or gunshot wounds
                                • Signs of stroke (loss of vision, sudden numbness, weakness, slurred speech or confusion)
                                • Signs of heart attack (chest pain lasting longer than 2 minutes, dizziness, sweating, left arm or neck pain, nausea)
                                • Suicidal feelings
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