Urgent Care Services

Information About Urgent Care Services

We know you're busy, and taking time out of your busy schedule to care for an illness, whether yours or a loved one, isn't always easy. That's why at MedNorth Urgent Care, we offer our patients in Kalispell, MT a wide range of treatments seven days a week. Whether you're in need of a physical for a sports team, want to get annual flu shots for your family, feel a sickness coming on, or need help with a burn, wound, or injury, we are here for you. We even offer on-site lab testing, ECG testing, and x-rays so we can help you in one short visit rather than having to send you to the nearest testing site.

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Minor abdominal pain can be the result of a wide variety of issues, but seeking out help when you are unaware of the cause is vital to finding relief.

If you have pain while urinating, a constant urge to go, or get up a lot to go to the bathroom at night, it could be a sign of a bladder issue.

Labored breathing, wheezing, pain in the chest, shortness of breath, asthma attacks, and other breathing difficulties should be addressed right away.

Dehydration can leave you with a headache and feeling sluggish, but it could also cause damage to the kidneys, heart, and brain if left untreated.

Sore throat, chest congestion, sinus pain, and more can leave you feeling unwell. Relief is available with testing, antibiotics, and other treatments.

Hypertension can become a potentially serious medical condition, causing stroke, heart attack, kidney failure, and more if left untreated.

When pregnancy emergencies, such as miscarriages and ectopic pregnancies, arise unexpectedly, it's important to get compassionate, effective care.

Sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, running nose, and swelling are signs of an allergic reaction that may need medical attention to obtain relief.

Rashes can develop anywhere on the skin and cause irritations, such as itching, redness, bumpiness, and burning, and could be spread if not treated.

Upper respiratory and urinary tract infections are common illnesses that can leave you feeling unwell and even in pain until treated with antibiotics.

An annual flu shot can protect you during flu season by reducing symptoms and severity or perhaps preventing you from getting it all together.

Employee and school physicals are often needed when starting at a new job or school or before beginning a particular sport to ensure good health.

Electrocardiograms, known as ECGs, are performed to test the function of a person's heart and for heart-related abnormalities, diseases, and more.

X-rays are used to get an internal look at a person's body so physicians can easily assess damage, trauma, or injury, like broken bones and more.

On-site lab testing helps physicians quickly understand a patient's overall health and have the ability to better pinpoint specific health issues.

Foreign objects, such as items stuck in the nose, ears, or under the skin, should be removed by a medical professional to reduce infection and damage.

Minor chemical, thermal, and electrical burns to the skin should be treated by a medical professional to minimize damage and prevent infection.

Minor eye injuries (burns, scratches, etc.) should be assessed by a medical professional as soon as possible so you can avoid long-term complications.

Treatment for skin injuries and wounds, like rashes, insect and animal bites, cuts, and more, can help reduce infection and promote quick healing.

Sports injuries, like concussions, dislocations, fractures, sprains, and broken bones, should be addressed by a medical team for proper healing.

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