31 January 2023 |
Adventist Health Clear Lake Hospital announced the opening of its new Rapid Care clinic this month, providing walk-in care for minor illnesses and injuries, treating patients 60 days and older.
“Adventist Health is excited and proud to be the first to establish Rapid Care services for our community,” said Colleen Assavapisitkul, president of Adventist Health Clear Lake. “We heard the voices of our neighbors asking for timely access to care when needed most.”
Services include treatment for:
• Allergic reactions;
• Animal and bug bites;
• Body and muscle aches;
• Bronchitis, sore throat, respiratory infections;
• Cold and flu symptoms;
• Coughing and wheezing;
• Cuts and lacerations;
• Ear/Eye infections;
• Falls and sprains;
• Minor cuts and burns;
• Minor trauma;
• Pain and swelling in extremities;
• Rashes and itching;
• Sinus infections;
• Urinary tract infections;
• Onsite testing for strep, pregnancy, blood sugar, urinalysis.
Patients requiring immediate medical care can visit the Rapid Care clinic without an appointment. Staffed with quality healthcare providers with extensive experience, the Adventist Health Clear Lake Rapid Care team can assess and treat minor illnesses, injuries, and emergencies.
With the addition of Rapid Care services in Lake County, immediate medical care has never been more convenient. Whatever the medical need, patients have direct access to exceptional care through Adventist Health Clear Lake’s emergency department, clinics, and rapid care services.
Located at 15230 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 101 in Clearlake, hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on weekdays. For more information about Adventist Health Clear Lake’s Rapid Care, visit www.AdventistHealthClearLake.org/ClearLakeRapidCare.