Integrity Urgent Care knows there is never a convenient time to deal with an illness or injury. Even worse is not knowing if there is a real reason for you to come in or if your symptoms can be dealt with at home. Broken bones, or wondering if a sprain or injury is a broken bone, may be one of the most common concerns parents and family have after a fall or other accident occurs. Integrity is here to help you with every question you may have.
The staff of Integrity Urgent Care Clinic feels like we are a family in our day to day. But that family feel extends far beyond those on our staff. We want every patient to feel like they are part of our family. In fact, we want the entire community to feel like they are cared for by our clinics.
Our team at Integrity Urgent Care knows that there isn’t really any sickness that feels particularly great to catch. We can all agree though, that when you are having nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, you want to know how to make it better as soon as possible. Our team is here to help you understand what may be causing these issues and how you can work through your symptoms until you can come see us in the clinic.
Our bodies are more linked than we often realize. Instead of looking at different parts of our health separately, the team at Integrity Urgent Care wants to treat our patients, community, and friends in their entirety. By considering the connections between mental health and physical health, we can do a better job at identifying problems and working at solving them, together.
Caring for yourself is more than eating right, exercising, and coming to see the team of medical staff at Integrity Urgent Care. Caring for yourself can also mean taking care of your metal health, in a variety of settings and in response to different kinds of stress. By learning coping skills that work for you, because everyone will cope differently, you will be a better version of yourself in any scenario.
It seems a little different, to consider loneliness in a world that finds a way to be more connected every day. Even working through the pandemic families and friends found ways to spend time together remotely, outside, and in other creative ways. Despite the ways we can be with those we love and care about, it is still very common for people to feel lonely in a variety of situations. Integrity Urgent Care wants you to know that there are ways you can help yourself, when feeling this way.
Integrity Urgent Care Acquires CapRock Urgent Care Locations at Century Square and Jones Crossing
College Station, Texas – Today, Integrity Urgent Care announced the opening of two new locations in the Bryan/College Station (BCS) area through the acquisition of two existing CapRock Urgent Care facilities. Located in Century Square and Jones Crossing, the two new locations join Integrity’s existing Bryan branch located in the Physicians Centre on University Drive. This acquisition expands Integrity’s footprint in the Brazos Valley by establishing a total of three locations in the BCS area.
Worker’s compensation, or workman’s comp as it is more commonly referred to, is a part of the language we use in a variety of discussions, jokes, and anecdotes. However, just because something is part of our language, doesn’t mean we understand what it is and how it impacts us. Integrity Urgent Care has a clear understanding of Worker’s Compensation and when it applies to the patients we see.
Infections, unfortunately, come in all shapes, sizes, and in parts of the body. While the skin’s function is to protect your body from infections, it can sometimes become infected itself. Skin infections can be some of the most common and are usually very visible for all to see. Our Integrity Urgent Care team sees skin infections on patients on a regular basis and can help treat you.
Whether we know it or not, many of us hold onto a vice that isn’t always the best for our health, including your team at Integrity Urgent Care. Individuals may choose to consume moderate amounts of alcohol and recognize the effects on their health, the same with larger portions or junk food. However, caffeine can be another part of your diet that needs to be regulated and monitored as you consume each day. Is monitoring your intake a sign that it is bad for your health though?