What does a person do when they’re having a fun vacation and all of a sudden they’re down with the flu, have a bad fall, get injured in an accident, or come down with bronchitis? You no longer have to go and wait for hours in an emergency room’s waiting room. Not when there are clinics like the Wailea Medical Center and Urgent Care available to take care of all your medical needs. Urgent care is wonderful for those patients who want to have lab work done, routine health and wellness visits, immunizations and family practice including babies and teens, through adult-hood.
It doesn’t matter what day of the week you need the urgent care physicians. They are available seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you’re vacationing and staying in one of the hotels, you can download you health care forms and fill them in at your convenience and take them in when you have your visit with the doctor. A friendly staff member will be there to greet you as soon as you walk in the door. You’ll find that there are no long wait times when you visit Doctors in Kihei for treatment.
Patients can be tested for T.B. here and if you’re on a blood thinner, can have your Protime / INR testing done in/house and have your results back the same day. You can have your prescriptions delivered directly to your hotel room, be treated for vehicle accidents and you’re certainly going to appreciate the care given by everyone at the urgent care center. The convenience of having a place to go without dealing with the stress of a hospital emergency room is exceptional.
If you’ve been hurt on the job, it’s best to get into the urgent care and be treated by the Doctors in Kihei as quickly as possible. By doing this, you’ll have a record of time, a record of all injuries sustained on the job, a doctor’s documented report which will surely help if you’re covered with worker’s compensation insurance and the company wants to put you back on the job too soon. For those getting a job, they can have employment drug testing and job physicals done at the center. All ages can have sports physicals before they begin a program of football, gymnastics, basketball or soccer.