Phoebe Emergency Medicine

                                Emergency Care Services

                                For life-threatening illness or injury, Phoebe Emergency Centers are ready to provide care, 24/7, 365 days a year.

                                Minor illnesses and injuries can be treated at Phoebe Urgent Care Centers or at the Phoebe Community Care Clinic. Each of these centers is staffed by highly-qualified physicians, registered nurses and technologists trained to deliver urgent care to children and adults. No appointments are necessary and waiting is kept to a minimum.

                                Phoebe Emergency Center Locations:

                                Phoebe (Main Campus)

                                417 W. Third Avenue | Albany, GA 31701

                                Phoebe Sumter Medical Center

                                126 Hwy. 280 West | Americus, Georgia 31719

                                Phoebe Worth Medical Center

                                807 S. Isabella Street | Sylvester, Georgia 31791

                                Types of conditions treated:

                                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
                                • Suicidal feelings
                                • 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)

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