If you need prompt medical attention, the team of board-certified internal medicine and pediatric specialists at Cool Springs Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, PLLC, in Franklin and Brentwood, Tennessee, offer a walk-in clinic for your urgent health care needs. The team treats a wide range of illnesses and injuries, ranging from sore throats to sprained ankles. Call Cool Springs Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, PLLC, make your way to the office or book a same-day appointment online.
You can’t predict every health need, so the team at Cool Springs Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, PLLC, offers a walk-in clinic to serve your unscheduled medical needs. Every day at least one of the physicians sets aside time for patients who walk-in to either the Franklin or Brentwood offices for medical care.
The walk-in clinic is open seven days a week with convenient check-in processes. Anyone who needs medical attention can use the walk-in clinic and receive attentive, personalized care. The first available practitioner will see you.
You can use the walk-in clinic for acute, non-emergent health care needs. For example, if you or your child have a severe sore throat or flu symptoms, you should come into the walk-in clinic.
Similarly, if you have an injury, such as a suspected sprained ankle or a cut that needs stitches, the team can assess the trauma and deliver appropriate treatment. They offer strep testing, urinalysis, pregnancy testing, and other lab work.
If you’re already a patient at Cool Springs Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, PLLC, the staff will have your medical records and other information on file, making your visit easier. That said, you shouldn’t use the walk-in clinic as a substitute for regular appointments with your physician.
All members of the communities of Franklin and Brentwood are welcome to use the walk-in clinic services at Cool Springs Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, PLLC. No matter your age, gender, or ethnicity, the team of board-certified physicians welcomes you to the clinic and provides expert, patient-focused care.
Sometimes it’s tricky to determine whether you need urgent care or an emergency room. A good rule of thumb is that if your vision, limb, or life is at risk, you should go to the emergency room. Other non-emergency situations can be treated at the walk-in clinic at Cool Springs Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, PLLC.
For example, if you’re having chest pain and can’t breathe or have a large piece of debris lodged in your eye, go to the emergency room. If you have a sore throat, flu symptoms, or a mild injury, make your way to Cool Springs Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, PLLC.
Remember, appointments are available at Cool Springs Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, PLLC, so if you or a member of your family is due for an annual exam, call the practice or make an appointment online today.