Services for Physicians
Injuries and illnesses don’t always happen at convenient times, such as when a doctor’s practice is open.
New England Urgent Care does not operate as a primary care provider (PCP), treating patients on an ongoing basis. On the contrary, our goal is to support area physicians by treating acute illness and injuries. Because New England Urgent Care offers expert, ER-quality care, many area physicians consider us an extension of their practice for patients requiring immediate care when…
- Their office is closed
- They are fully booked
- They are unable to provide emergency services such as X-rays, IV fluids, respiratory treatments, laceration and non-surgical fracture care, as well as minor surgery procedures (Ingrown toenail removal, abscess drainage)
Within 24 hours of a patient’s visit to New England Urgent Care, the patient’s PCP receives a detailed report for followup treatment.
When we treat patients who, for whatever reason, do not have a PCP, New England Urgent Care often refers to area physicians for continued care.
Why Physicians Refer New England Urgent Care
New England Urgent Care On-site Services
- X-rays & EKG’s
- Suturing and Casting
- Hydration, IV Fluids and Medications
- Flu and Pneumonia Shots
- Respiratory Treatment & Oxygen
- Minor surgery procedures (Ingrown toenail removal, abscess drainage)
- Tetanus Shots and Vaccinations
- Blood Workups (Phlebotomies)
- Blood Drawn In-house (Clia-waived laboratory analysis)
- Parenteral Medication Infusion Services Including Antibiotics, Antie-metics and Analgesics)
- Pre-op Evaluations
- Confidential STD Testing
- Walk-in physicals and blood tests for school, sport, camp and work
- Work-related exams: DOT physicals, DOT certification, pre-employment and workers’ comp