Amana Care Clinic, an urgent care center in Davenport, Iowa, announced the launch of an updated range of emergency medical care services for patients interested in affordable, convenient, quality medical care. The walk-in clinic offers treatment for a wide range of common, non-life-threatening ailments such as severe cold or flu, serious headaches, fever, head and neck injury, minor cuts, and many more.
More information can be found at http://amanacareclinic.com
Walk-in clinics are specifically designed to offer a healthcare option to those without insurance, providing walk-in care for basic medical services at a fraction of the cost of emergency rooms. Amana Care Clinic just launched complete medical care services to meet the urgent care needs of Davenport patients of all ages.
Emergency room visits usually result in a wait time of more than seven hours and, for someone who is sick or hurt, that is a very long time to wait.
The professional medical team at Amana Care Clinic are always available to treat patients with the convenience of walk-in appointments, minimal waiting and at a lower cost than emergency rooms. For non-life-threatening conditions, they provide the basic services one would receive in the emergency room without the associated substantial costs or long wait times.
With the latest update, the dedicated medical staff at Amana Care Clinic are committed to improving access to consistent and quality health care provided in a modern, state-of-the-art facility.
A satisfied client said: “Best walk-in clinic in the QC! Based on wait time alone, I was checked in, seen, and on my way faster than it takes to get through the sign in process at Genesis or Trinity. My injury required an X-ray which they were able to do on site! Very friendly staff and the Dr. was very friendly and knowledgeable. Most importantly, the care I received had me feeling better right away!”
Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or accessing https://www.facebook.com/amanacareclinic
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