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Go directly to the emergency room for:
- Stroke-like symptoms including weakness on one side of the body, difficulty speaking or understanding, seizure, loss of consciousness or severe headache.
- Sudden or severe shortness of breath, especially in patients with asthma, emphysema or a blocked airway.
- An allergic reaction that comes on quickly, especially if symptoms include swelling of the lips or tongue, shortness of breath or throat tightness.
- Dislocation of a major joint, such as the shoulder, hip or knee.
- Sudden, severe abdominal pain.
- Fever of 101 or greater in an infant.
- Chest pain. In some cases this may be accompanied by other symptoms such as weakness, nausea, sweating or shortness of breath.
Walk-In or Emergency Room: Which is right for you?
In an effort to better serve patient needs, Community Health Network offers walk-in care for any after hours or weekend medical emergency that may arise. When is walk-in care appropriate? Click Here