Bring your family and come join us on Saturday, June 10th from 10 am – 2 pm at the Physician’s Center in Bryan for the first annual free Healthcare Bash! There will be free food including popcorn, hot dogs, and snow cones provided by Sno Monkey. For kids, there will be games, face painting and a bounce house. We will also be giving away some great prizes!
School is nearly out and it’s summertime! For a kid, this much-needed break from school means time outside playing with friends and cooling off in the swimming pool. These tips from our doctors at Integrity Urgent Care will help keep your children safe and out of the doctor’s office.
Most health insurance plans are either a PPO or an HMO plan. It’s important to know what type of plan you have and understand how this affects your healthcare benefits. If you have an HMO, you must choose a primary care doctor from a list of covered providers.This doctor will treat you and must give you a referral if you need to see a specialist. However, in most cases you can go to an Urgent Care Center such as Integrity Urgent Care or the emergency room without a referral.
Integrity Urgent Care is pleased to announce that we now offer DOT Physicals to your community! The Department of Transportation (DOT) requires those with a Commercial Driver’s License to get regular physicals. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions regarding DOT physicals.
Many people are confused about the difference between an emergency room and an urgent care clinic. The vast majority of ER visits could have been treated at an urgent care center much more quickly and for a fraction of the cost. Use this guide to help make the best choice.
As a parent, there are few things worse than knowing that your child is sick or hurt. When your pediatrician’s office is closed, an urgent care center such as Integrity Urgent Care can be a much more cost-effective option than the emergency room. Urgent Care centers are open in the evenings and on weekends, and your child can be seen without an appointment.
A quick check of the pollen counts explains the stuffy noses, watery eyes, and throbbing headaches many of us are experiencing lately. Pollen levels have been high nearly every day. During the spring and summer months, trees, weeds, and grasses release tiny grains of pollen, which travel through the air and enter the nose and throat, potentially causing an allergic reaction.
How did you celebrate Valentine’s Day last week? Often it’s difficult to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your significant other on February 14th, especially when it falls in the middle of the workweek. Why not schedule a heart-healthy date night this weekend?
Happy February! This month, in honor of Valentine’s Day and American Heart Month, our Integrity Urgent Care blog will include tips for keeping your heart healthy! Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Read on for simple changes that can make a big impact on your heart health!