Adult Sick VisitsManassas, VA
If you are fighting off symptoms of a sudden illness or a flare-up of symptoms from a chronic condition, then you need to seek medical treatment as soon as possible. At Millennium Medical Care Manassas, we offer adult sick visits to patients who need to find an effective and efficient treatment solution for their health. We understand that you have a busy schedule and do not want to wait several days for an appointment. An adult sick visit involves various tests to diagnose the source of a patient’s symptoms and administer a treatment plan.
Adult sick visits are available at Millennium Medical Care Manassas in Manassas and the surrounding area. As an urgent care clinic, we can accept walk-in appointments. Thus, you do not need to wait several days for an available appointment. If you are sick and need treatment, visit our practice or call us at 703-673-1558 for more information.
There is no reason to attempt living with the symptoms of an illness. Visit us today.
How an Adult Sick Visit Works
An adult sick visit involves us reviewing a patient’s current condition, medical history, and other factors to help determine the most effective form of treatment for their condition. While many people will try to wait for the symptoms to go away with at-home care and avoid professional treatment, this is not going to be enough. The professional primary care at our health clinic can help to speed up the natural recovery process while providing relief to help make the symptoms more bearable.
The adult sick visit process can include:
- Reviewing Medical History
- Conducting an examination
- Diagnosis and Treatment
- Follow-Up Care
Reviewing Medical History
Before we begin the examination, we will need to gather information on the patient’s medical history, current condition, allergies, insurance, and other pertinent factors. We will have first-time patients fill out a “New Patient Information Form,” upon arrival. If we already have the patient’s information on record, we will ask if there are any updates since the previous visit.
While the patient does not need to schedule an appointment ahead of time, there may be a waiting period before meeting with our team. We will review this information during the examination.
The type of tests we conduct during the examination will depend on the patient’s symptoms and their current health. We will also address any questions or concerns the patient has during this visit. If the reason for the sick visit is to treat symptoms from an existing condition that are flaring up, we will go over past treatment options and consider how to proceed.
Diagnosis and Treatment
Once we diagnose the condition or source of the symptoms, we will customize a treatment plan for the patient’s needs. Healthline finds in the State of Care Report that 41 percent of the 1,329 participants in the study said they had been to an urgent care facility in the last year. Visiting an urgent care clinic can help provide patients with specific treatment the patient needs.
We will review the treatment plan, what it entails, and what the patient will need to do to keep on track for the process. The treatment may involve taking prescription medication, getting rest at home, and other factors.
If the patient needs, they can visit us to follow-up with the treatment. We can ensure the treatment is working properly and make any changes, if necessary. The patient must follow the treatment plan as closely as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will an adult sick visit take?
The overall visit can take anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour or more, depending on the needs of the patient. While we provide efficient service and care, we also strive to maintain quality with our treatment services.
How do I know if I need an adult sick visit at an urgent care?
Regardless of the condition, from an illness to an injury, if symptoms continue to worsen over several days, visit us right away. Even though certain conditions may get better over time, professional treatment can help to enhance the recovery process and ensure patients receive the proper care they need.
Can over-the-counter pain medication treat an injury>?
While pain medication such as Tylenol and Advil can help to relieve pain symptoms temporarily, it is not a solution. We can provide professional treatment to target the source of the pain. While we may prescribe pain medication to help relieve pain, the treatment will involve a variety of other methods.
Will I need to make a return visits?
If your symptoms return or do not go away, then we can recommend another treatment option. In some cases, the patient will need to make follow-up visits so we can ensure the treatment is working properly. Our team will do everything we can to help ensure patients receive the customized treatment they need.
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