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I need care, what are my options?

Whether you have a case of the sniffles or a minor injury, get the right care, at the right time.

If you are experiencing chest pain, shortness of breath, uncontrollable bleeding, spinal injuries, blurred vision or changes in mental status, or you are unsure of the severity of your symptoms, call 911 or your primary care provider.

 

Primary Care

Your primary care provider is the person who provides your main health care to prevent or treat illness. Primary care providers also coordinate referring you to specialists. Same-day appointments are available.
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Urgent Care

With multiple locations and convenient hours, medical help is available close to home after hours. No appointment is necessary, but we recommend calling ahead to ensure timely service.
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Virtual Care

We believe getting the care you need should be as convenient as possible. Whether you want to see your primary care provider remotely or need a virtual urgent care appointment, we have solutions that fit your needs.
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Emergency Care

Methodist emergency departments are staffed by doctors and nurses trained in emergency medicine. The emergency care team will assess you or your loved one’s condition to determine the best treatment plan.
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