For Your Everyday Emergencies
A hospital emergency room (ER) is the right choice for a life-threatening condition, but Sherman Immediate Care is the best stop for many of life's little emergencies like cuts, sprains, earaches and fevers.
What Is Immediate Care?
Immediate care centers are walk-in clinics designed to treat minor (non-life threatening) injuries and illnesses right away. You don't need an appointment, and many times, and immediate care center can treat you faster than in an ER. Additionally, immediate care centers offer many of the same services as an ER, such as X-Ray and blood testing, and many have extended daily or weekend hours for your convenience.
The Sherman Family HealthCare Immediate Care Centers are your best alternative when your physician isn't available.
Use the Sherman Family HealthCare centers as an alternative to visiting the emergency room for these services:
- fever, vomiting, diarrhea, colds
- minor burns & cuts
- general wounds
You should go to an ER if you experience any of the following symptoms or need immediate medical attention: inability to breathe, chest pain, seizures, extensive wound and/or bleeding, loss of consciousness, poisoning or severe burns.
At our immediate care facilities, a physician is on duty at all times in addition to specially trained healthcare personnel to provide the care you need when you need it most. No appointment is ever needed. Use the map below to find the immediate care facility closest to your home.
In addition to urgent care services, Sherman's immediate care centers offer a variety of outpatient services, whether you need a flu shot, mammogram or physical therapy. Outpatient services offered:
- Occupational Health Services
- Outpatient Laboratory Services
- School and Sports Physicals
- Rehabilitation Services
- Physical therapy
- Speech pathology
- Occupational therapy (except Royal ImmediateCare)
- Medical Imaging Services
- CT scan
- Digital mammography (except Royal ImmediateCare)
For a list of services per location, please click on a location icon below.