URGENT CARE: For the Wenz family, the reassurance of having the Urgent Care close by is priceless.
EMERGENCY CARE: After Mike’s crushing accident, “I was on my hands and knees. It was the only way I could breathe.”
URGENT CARE: Larry was using a grinder to cut a piece of steel when the tool bounced and struck his wrist.
EMERGENCY CARE: Hunter was three months old when he developed a serious respiratory infection and began struggling to breathe.
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY: When a CT scan revealed a hiatal hernia, Jerry had laparoscopic surgery to bring his stomach back into place.
FAMILY MEDICINE: They’re so confident in their doctor that they drive from the west side – 280 miles round trip – to see him.
NEUROSURGERY CONSULTATION: Stefan found tasks as simple as closing his eyes and touching his nose with his left hand impossible.
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY: The pain became relentless, robbing Bob of his ability to enjoy life. Hiking became agony, climbing stairs difficult.
PHYSICAL THERAPY: Vertigo forced Muriel to crawl to the bathroom, sick but too dizzy to stand. “I feel like I’ve been thrust into space.”
EMERGENCY CAR: They arrived at the hospital around midnight. Appendicitis was soon confirmed with a CT scan.