When to Use a Medical Aid Unit

To better meet your health care needs, Christiana Care offers easy access to exceptional care from a medical professional every day at our Medical Aid Units in five locations in Delaware.

Adults and children can visit a Christiana Care Medical Aid Unit to treat injuries or illnesses that are not extremely serious or life-threatening, but require care within a few hours or the same day. When you need medical attention quickly and your family doctor is not available, Christiana Care Medical Aid Units provide exceptional care in a timely manner. Nuestros proveedores de atención médica lo atenderán si presenta cualquiera de las siguientes afecciones:

Asthma attacks Sore throats and coughs
Broken bones Lesiones deportivas
Eye and ear problems Sprains and strains
Flu-like symptoms STD concerns (Sexually Transmitted Disease)
Gastrointestinal (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea) Tuberculosis testing
Minor burns Urinary tract infection
Physical exams: work, sports or school Vaginal burning/itching
Sarpullidos Viral Illnesses
Sinus infection Wounds and cuts
Skin infection

No es necesario concertar una cita. Aceptamos la mayoría de los planes de seguro médico.

Christiana Care Medical Aid Units are not a substitute for a hospital emergency department, which you should visit for treatment of severe accidents or life-threatening symptoms. Dial 9-1-1 for all emergencies.

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