When you wake up sneezing, coughing, and have that achy, feverish, can’t move a muscle feeling, how do you know whether you have cold symptoms
Sore throats can be painful and annoying. Fortunately, most sore throats are caused by a minor illness and go away without medical treatment.
Muscle pain from severe injuries or systemic disease is often serious and requires medical care.
Blood Count Test
Liver Function Testing
Guardian Urgent Care's goal is to provide patients with specialized programs focused both on preventative care and rehabilitation.
Dr. Clarke received her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL and her medical degree at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA.
Dr. Foley received his bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of Arizona. He then pursued cancer research for 4 years before going to medical school. He attended medical school at the University of Arizona, followed by a transitional internship and then residency in Anesthesiology.
Dr Parsons was born and raised in rural Iowa. He received his bachelor degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from the University of Northern Iowa. Following this he migrated west, completing his medical degree at the University of Colorado, and then his family medicine residency in the North Denver area.
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I was feeling pretty flu-ish a few days ago and wanted to nip it in the bud, so I came to Guardian Urgent Care. While the wait was very long (kind of ridiculous, really, given that there were three of us who walked in when they opened), but they did take good care of me. They took a flu swab as well as a strep swab that they were able to process in a matter of a few minutes. Thankfully, neither of them did come back with any positive results, but I was glad that they were able to run the tests. A very nice touch was that they called me a couple of days after my visit to see how I was feeling. I have never had an Urgent Care office do this and I thought it was really thoughtful.
I work in a hospital, so I know how long it can take to get seen and treated. I injured my toe (yes. I injured my TOE...sounds so lame), and didn't want to chance an infection, so I went to Guardian Urgent Care to get treated. I was in and out of there in 30 minutes. Thankfully, I did not need stiches, but you can never be certain. The PA (Alexis) was great, as well as the RN (Deanna). Very friendly and professional. Now I can carry on with my day!
Friendly, fast, in and out!
I've been to the E.R. several times and have always waited 6-10 hours before being seen and then waiting an extra hour in the room. I HATE the ER. I was feeling like hell for two days, so I went to Guardian. In 2 hours, I filled out the paperwork, was assessed, and had all the help I needed. The staff is nice, they seem like they love their jobs, and the place was clean. I'm definitely coming back here if I need help again