Choose Your Location
To best serve you during the cold and flu season, one of our locations will be open until 10pm on select evenings. If you are seeing "No Availability", either the location has exceeded capacity for the day or is closed.
An ear ache may be a symptom of a cold or an ear infection (otitis media). An ear ache from a cold is caused by the cold virus. Symptoms may include a sharp, dull, or burning pain that can range from mild to very painful. Patients may also experience pressure in the ear from trapped fluid. Difficulty sleeping, fever, and green or yellow mucus in the nose associated with a cold may also occur. More >>
The flu, or influenza, is caused by a virus that infects the respiratory system. Though colds are also caused by viruses, the symptoms of the two illnesses have some differences. The flu is much more likely to be accompanied by fever, headache and extreme exhaustion. More >>
Minor Aches & Pains
A burn is damage to the skin or tissues caused by contact with an electrical current or a heat source. Minor burns are the least serious burns. With minor burns, only the outer or second layers of skin are burned, but not all the way through. The skin is usually red with swelling and pain present. Blisters may develop with more severe minor burns. To determine the severity of your minor burn or sunburn, it is important to visit a healthcare professional. For minor burns, it is important to cool the burn. Hold the burned area under cool, not cold, running water for 10 or 15 minutes or until the pain subsides. This will help to reduce swelling by conducting heat away from the skin.
Please visit HealthyNow for further assistance with minor burns or sunburn. More >>
Camp, Back-to-school, and Sports Physicals
HealthyNow provides routine camp, school and sports physicals. While specific requirements vary by school, camp or sports association, these examinations all provide an opportunity for healthcare providers to discuss important healthcare issues with both guardians and children, and to ensure that the individual is healthy and physically prepared to perform in camp, school, or sports. Physical examinations also provide an opportunity to review the individual's complete health history and ensure that he or she is up-to-date with current immunization recommendations for their age. More >>