Urgent Care

Urgent Care

Urgent care refers to medical attention that is needed for an illness or injury that is not serious enough to warrant a visit to an emergency room, but still requires prompt attention. Examples of conditions that may be treated at an urgent care center include minor cuts and burns, sprains and strains, fever or flu-like symptoms, and mild asthma attacks. Urgent care centers are typically open longer hours than primary care clinics and are often able to see patients on a walk-in basis. They are also able to handle a wide range of medical conditions, and are staffed by medical professionals such as physician assistants and nurse practitioners, as well as physicians.

Urgent Care Services
  • Diagnosis and treatment of minor illnesses, such as colds, flu, and infections.
  • Treatment of minor injuries, such as cuts, sprains, and strains
  • Physicals and immunizations
  • X-rays and laboratory tests
  • Stitching up of simple lacerations
  • Treatment of minor burns and rashes
  • Management of minor asthma and allergic reactions
  • Treatment of minor broken bones and fractures
  • Treatment of minor back and neck injuries
  • Treatment of minor eye injuries

Prana Health is offering Tele urgent care services for minor illnesses from the comfort of your home. Our in  person Urgent care services are coming soon to our new location in Sanford at 4546 Hwy 87 South, Sanford, NC 27332.

Medication refill service

Say if you have difficulty getting medications refilled by your regular doctor, we can refill them ( excluding psychiatric medications and Controlled substance)

Scheduled Visit

This is an appointment with your primary care physician or specialist that’s scheduled in advance — like a regular in-person appointment. These are usually follow-up visits. But scheduled visits are also used before and after surgery, for pregnancy and infant well-checks, pre-visit information sessions, medication reviews, genetic counseling, infectious disease visits before traveling and more.