Archive for July 13th, 2018

    Urgent Care Centers Offer Convenient Medical Care for Americans On the Go

    The average American works over 8 hours a day, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It also reported that over 6 million Americans work multiple jobs. And still the number continues to grow of American workers — 25 years old and older — who are to college while holding down a job and raising a family.

    In essence, time is an issue for the average working American who doesn’t have time to slow down for an illness or minor injury. For those individuals, there is the convenience of urgent care clinics, which are walk in clinics that offer medical diagnosis and treatments.

    There are 7,100 urgent care centers across the country that staff around 20,000 doctors and treat an a

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    A Look At Healthcare

    If you are someone without adequate medical insurance – or with no medical insurance at all – it can be difficult to find medical care. For about ten percent of the U.S. population, this is the reality. And even for the nearly three hundred million people with health insurance, this can be difficult for a number of reasons, ranging from a lack of health insurance to an inability to take time off of work to schedule a doctor’s appointment in a timely manner, as most doctor’s offices are only open during hours when most people are typically at their jobs – and getting time off is not always easy or even an option in many situations. In such cases, it is unfortunate that many of these people must resort to going to the emergency room, even in cases that are far from an emergency (but still do require medical observation or treatment). The emergency room, though it will tre

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