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Busy schedules shouldn’t get in the way of the urgent care you need for a minor injury or illness. Save time by booking your appointment online and move to the front of the line.

With fall finally here, it's time to get outside and do some yard work. Trees need to be trimmed, lawns need to be mowed, and leaves need to be raked -- staying safe while doing these physical tasks is important any time of year. You might break a sweat, but you shouldn’t break an ankle. Yard work poses the risk of injury and it's important to go about it safely.

Also known as conjunctivitis, pink eye is one of the world's most common and most treatable eye conditions. Adults and children alike can contract pink eye, though it occurs more commonly in little ones.

Boating is one of the many joys of the summer season. There's nothing like a day out on the water with your family and friends, soaking in the sunshine and relaxing on the waves. With all these pleasures, however, come certain dangers. Boating accidents can easily cause injuries, if you're not careful.

Summer is winding down and school will soon be in session! The start of the school year is a busy time for both parents and kids, and getting your children ready can be a challenging transition. Check out these simple back-to-school tips to give your child a healthy start.

There are times in life when you can’t wait for medical care. Sometimes you call your doctor’s office and it is several days – or even weeks – before they have an appointment available. Waiting for an appointment likely means more days of misery. This is where urgent care clinics come in handy! 

Now that summer is in full swing, chances are you’ve been firing up your grill and enjoying this season full of yummy grilled burgers, steaks, hot dogs and veggies shared with friends and family. Consider the following common grilling issues to ensure everyone has a safe and healthy time at your next barbecue. 
 

For many people in the PNW, summer is the season for camping. It's a chance to get away from busy workdays to spend special time together with family or friends. Make the most out of your next adventure by following these tips to keep everyone safe and comfortable at your campsite.

 

Summertime sandal season is upon us! However, you may be less inclined to bare your feet with an ingrown toenail. An ingrown toenail occurs when the corner or edge of your toenail curves and grows into the skin around it. Sounds painful, right?

Summer is time for swimming, ice cream and road trips. It’s also the season for some common injuries and illnesses, likely resulting in a trip to your local urgent care clinic. Check out the list below to learn more about these summer-related health problems: 

For many people, hiking or camping is the perfect summer weather activity to get exercise in nature with good company. But, did you know there were multiple thousands of reported hiking injuries just last year? A hiking injury can include potential sprains and strains, sunburns, encounters with dangerous plant or animal life, and more.

With warm weather finally here, everyone wants to play outside in the sun making it more important than ever to protect your child’s delicate skin. Sunburn can occur in children and adults in as little as 15 minutes, and repeated sunburns can cause permanent skin damage and/or skin cancer.