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Getting Care 24/7

When you need care right away, you might be surprised to know there are lots of places to go for help instead of the emergency room (ER). An urgent care center can treat many things people often take to the ER. Call your primary care provider (PCP) if your condition is urgent and you need medical help within 24 hours. Your PCP will tell you what to do. They may ask you to come into the office right away, go to an urgent care center, or go to the ER. After hours, leave a message. Someone from your doctor’s office will call you back within 30 minutes.

Nurse HelpLine

800-600-4441 (TTY 711)

Whether it’s 3 a.m. or a Sunday afternoon with the family, health issues happen at the most inconvenient times and places. Nurse HelpLine is a resource you call when life throws you a curve ball. Registered nurses can help you with your baby’s fever, give you allergy relief tips, and advise you where to go for care.