As the name implies, same-day appointments at Greenbrook Medical are visits with a doctor that you attend on the same day that you make your appointment. You can also walk into Greenbrook Medical without an appointment. Highly trained doctors offer comprehensive urgent visits, and they specialize in treating patients age 65 and older.
Attending same-day appointments can reduce the risk of having a minor medical issue develop into something more serious.
If you have a life-threatening emergency, head to the nearest emergency room or call 911.
You may need a same-day appointment or urgent care visit if you have symptoms of an illness, injury, or disease. Examples include:
If you’re unsure about whether you need a same-day appointment, call the Greenbrook Medical office nearest you and friendly staff members will happily assist you.
When you arrive at Greenbrook Medical, friendly providers greet you. They often complete the following:
The team checks your temperature, weight, blood pressure, pulse, and other vital signs during a vital signs check.
Your provider reviews your medical history with you. They ask questions about your symptoms, medication regimen, past diagnoses, and family history of disease.
Greenbrook Medical doctors complete a physical exam by evaluating your eyes, ears, breathing, heartbeat, throat, neck, abdomen, and more. They look for signs of illnesses, injuries, and diseases.
Diagnostic tests that your provider could recommend include urine tests, blood tests, nasal or throat swabs, pulmonary function testing, electrocardiograms (EKGs), or skin biopsies. They might suggest undergoing X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, ultrasounds, or other imaging procedures.
If you have an illness, injury, or disease, the Greenbrook Medical doctors may recommend wound care, fracture care, home remedies, or lifestyle changes. They could suggest that you take prescription medications, see a specialist, or more.
To schedule a same-day appointment at Greenbrook Medical, call the office, request an appointment online, or simply walk in today.