When It's Not an Emergency
Urgent Care provides affordable and convenient care for a variety of problems from coughs, fevers and nausea to vomiting, allergies, and infections.
Urgent care centers are NOT emergency clinics. If you are having a medical emergency, go directly to the PRMC Emergency Department at Pratt Regional Medical Center, 200 Commodore. Signs around the campus will direct your way.
DO NOT GO TO URGENT CARE for medical emergencies.
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1601 E. 1st St.
Pratt, KS 67124
Monday-Friday 9am – 7pm
Saturday-Sunday 10am – 2pm
What is Urgent Care for?
- Nausea and vomiting
- Laboratory tests
- Simple physicals
- Skin rashes
- Gastrointestinal problems
- Simple fractures
PRMC Urgent Care is NOT equipped to provide obstetrical care, long-term management for diabetes, hypertension and other conditions like cancer, or treatment for life-threatening illnesses or injuries.
While our Advanced Practice Providers (APP) are experienced in treating a variety of problems and conditions, they should not take the place of your primary care provider (PCP). PRMC Urgent Care provides a convenient alternative when your primary physician is unavailable.
What is an Advanced Practice Provider?
Advanced Practice Providers, or APPs, are medical providers (Physician Assistants or Nurse Practitioners) who are trained and educated similarly to physicians. They work in all areas of the hospital and clinic, and patients can be treated by an APP in the emergency room, operating room, or during routine visits.
- APPs are supervised by doctors and can prescribe medications and order tests.
- APPs work alongside physicians to provide seamless care.
- With APPs, there are more appointments available and care can be more cost-effective.
- Research shows that patients are just as satisfied with care from APPs as they are from physicians.
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