Putting your health on hold is never in your best interest. Mercyhealth is here and ready to care for you and your family.
Your health and safety of our patients is our top priority. Click here to learn about the extra safety precautions we have implemented at our facilities.
Appointments to schedule:
Routine preventive exams are one of the best ways to keep you healthy. Your primary care physician is your partner in wellness and can help identify medical issues early, before they become serious. They can also help monitor the status of ongoing conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure.
Need a primary care physician? Click here for more information, or call (888) 39-MERCY.
Certain health screenings are recommended at different stages in life. If it’s time to have an eye exam, colonoscopy, mammogram, prostate exam or other screening, schedule it today.
Contact your primary care physician to schedule important screenings, or call (888) 39-MERCY for more information.
If you had a procedure or screening and were supposed to return for a follow-up visit, don’t delay it any longer. Follow-up care is important and critical to keeping you healthy.
Childhood vaccination schedules are designed specifically for young immune systems and protect against preventable diseases like measles, mumps, rubella, polio, and more. As adults, vaccines help protect against viruses and bacteria that cause illness and infections, such as shingles, influenza, pneumonia, HPV and hepatitis B (both leading causes of cancer).
You can receive vaccinations from:
Seek emergency care immediately if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Broken bones, open fractures
- Change in mental health status or behavior
- Chest or abdominal pain
- Dizziness, difficulty seeing
- Head injury, convulsion
- Severe allergic reaction
- Severe bleeding, multiple injuries
- Severe or large burn/sunburn
- Severe pain of any kind
- Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing
- Sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arm, or leg
- Sudden confusion or trouble speaking
- Vomiting blood
To find a Mercyhealth Emergency Department close to you, click here.
Mercyhealth’s urgent care clinics are ready to treat your accident or illness with no appointment required.
Visit us for:
- Minor cuts or puncture wounds
- Ear pain
- Headache or fever
- Minor allergic reaction
- Minor eye irritation
- Minor neck or back pain
- Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation
- Sinus trouble, runny nose, sore throat or cough
- Skin rash, itch or sunburn
- Small burn
- Sprain or pulled muscle
- Suture removal or wound check
To find a Mercyhealth Urgent Care close to you, click here.