Posted 10/25/2022 in Family Practice
Brought to you by Regional Family Health
Healthcare systems provide a variety of services that are designed to meet your individual needs. Primary care, urgent care, and emergency care are designed to take care of you in different circumstances. Knowing when to use each service is important.
Emergency care is a service that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Do not hesitate to go to the emergency department if you or a loved one is experiencing life-threatening illness or conditions.
Urgent Care is a walk-in base service for patients who need to be seen within 24 hours but are not experiencing a medical emergency.
Primary Care is a patient-centered service provided by high quality providers. This type of care is routine and covers all of your healthcare needs/concerns. Providers build relationships so they know you, your family, and your medical history and health issues. Having a primary care provider, or your “go-to” is very important.
“My colleagues and I have a passion for what we do. We truly want to get to know you and your family and be your go-to resource for your healthcare needs. We are lucky to get to provide care for this community. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us and schedule an appointment,” shared Derek Dzaboff, Regional Family Health Provider.
Take care of your health and know when to use the healthcare services available to you in the community. Caring, compassionate providers and staff are always available for you for your emergency, urgent, and primary care needs.
For more information about healthcare services, reach out to your primary care provider, Regional Family Health at 563-927-7777, or Regional Medical Center at 563-927-3232.