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1) When do I go to urgent care instead of my doctor's office?

Your doctor isn't always accessible when injury or illness strikes. Urgent care offers extended and weekend hours. Cure Urgent Care works in partnership with your primary care doctor to help bridge the gap when he or she isn't available and when an issue isn't life threatening or urgent enough to require a trip to the ER.

Cure treats a wide range of illnesses, including colds and flu, ear and eye infections, eye injuries, gastrointestinal issues and simple fractures. For a full overview of our capabilities, visit our Services page.

2) When should I go to the ER?

For any issue that is life threatening, call 911 or head to the emergency room. Do not attempt to drive if you have chest pain, dizziness or confusion, a sudden severe headache, have fainted, had a seizure, heavy bleeding or have sustained a head injury.

3) Can you do tests and x-rays?

Yes! Cure Urgent Care centers offer comprehensive on-site laboratory and x-ray services, including:

  • Complete blood work
  • HIV testing
  • Screening for Lyme disease, metabolic disorders, mononucleosis, strep and more
  • STD/STI testing
  • Thyroid testing
  • EKG
  • Digital X-Ray
4) Are Cure's doctors qualified?

All of the doctors who work with Cure Urgent Care are board-certified and committed to emergency medicine. It's their passion and their calling, and they have practiced and taught in some of the best hospitals in the world.

5) Does Cure treat babies and children?

When your kids get sick, they can't always wait to see their pediatrician and they don't have the patience to wait for hours in the ER. That's why Cure Urgent Care's board-certified physicians are ready to see them 7 days a week, 365 days a year, with no appointment necessary.

Our dedicated, kid-friendly doctors are ready to treat patients aged 2 years and up with the utmost skill, in a warm, caring environment. Cure centers offer extended hours and top-of-the-line equipment, including on-site digital x-ray equipment, laboratory services and pharmacies at most locations, providing top-of-the-line care close to home.

6) Do you take insurance?

Yes. Cure Urgent Care accepts most major insurance plans. To see if we work with your plan, please visit our insurance page.

7) What if I don't have insurance?

In the event that you do not have Medical Coverage, please contact our Huntington or Manhattan locations to inquire about our service fees

8) How long will it take to be seen if I don't have an appointment?
There is no appointment necessary at Cure Urgent Care, average wait time is 20 minutes. Just walk into one of our clinics today for fast, immediate, and comprehensive care.

Because life doesn't wait for you to feel better.

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