CHN Community Relations

CHN Walk-In Care

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? When does the situation require the hospital emergency department?

Turn to CHN's Walk-In Care for treatment of the following:
Cold or flu symptoms
Earache
Sore throat
Nausea and vomiting that's not debilitating
Cough
Sprains of the ankle or wrist
Muscle strains
Bumps and bruises
Sinus Infections
Urinary tract infections
Minor cuts
Stomach ache or discomfort
Fever in older children or adults

CHN Walk-In Care
Available weekdays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekends 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Located in the Berlin Memorial Hospital
Medical Office Building

225 Memorial Drive Berlin, WI 54923
920-361-5535


Go directly to the emergency room for:
Chest pain. In some cases this may be accompanied by other symptoms
     such as weakness, nausea, sweating or shortness of breath.

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.

Berlin Memorial Hospital Emergency Department
225 Memorial Drive Berlin, WI 54923
920-361-5525



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