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Mills Urgent Care Services

Acute Care Visits

The necessary care you need, provided with amazing service and a welcoming atmosphere to put you at ease. 

Learn more about Acute Care Visits from Mills Urgent Care today!

Why Acute Care Visits with Mills Urgent Care?

Our top-of-the-line acute care services are here for you. Acute care intervention is incredibly important, as it often helps you improve quicker. It is important to have an acute care provider you can immediately call on, and here at Mills Urgent Care, our owner and Medical Director is a local ER doctor available to assist our providers. In addition, all of our providers have acute care experience, whether that be in the ER or in previous urgent cares. At our urgent care, we go the extra mile with amazing service provided to everyone from 6-month-old babies to college students and the elderly, you can count on us to treat your family like our family with professional care provided around the clock!

  • Sprains
  • Infections
  • Nosebleeds
  • Minor burns
  • Acute illness
  • Minor injuries
  • Cut/lacerations
  • Minor fractures
  • Basic eye evaluations
  • Minor allergic reaction
  • Nausea/vomiting/diarrhea
  • and more!

Mills Urgent Care Acute Care Visits

Specific Services

Our top-of-the-line acute care provides a variety of services such as care for laceration repair, abscess drainage, foreign body removal, and more.

Acute Care Visits Definition

Acute care is a level of health care in which a patient is treated for a brief but severe episode of illness, for conditions that are the result of disease or trauma, and during recovery from surgery. An acute care hospital is defined as a short-term hospital that has facilities, medical staff and all necessary personnel to provide diagnosis, care and treatment of a wide range of acute conditions, including injuries.

Importance of Acute Care

You generally need acute care when it comes to minor to major traumatic injuries, care for chronic disease, and recovery from life-threatening illnesses. Acute care intervention is incredibly important, as it’s often life-saving and performed within the first 24 hours following an emergency.