NEW VISITOR POLICY in effect as of Monday, March 30
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Due to the recent Novel Coronavirus emergency, some locations may be operating with different hours or temporarily closed.
Six convenient locations in Lancaster, Lebanon and Chester counties.
Board-certified physicians and staff at Urgent Care offer quick, convenient diagnosis and treatment of minor injuries and common illnesses, including cold, sore throat, flu, ear pain, rash, fever, diarrhea, cuts, fractures and sprains. X-ray and laboratory services also are available at all locations.
Urgent Care is an appropriate choice for care when your doctor isn’t available and your emergency is not life threatening. Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room if you have chest pain, difficulty breathing, are vomiting or coughing up blood, or have a bone protruding through your skin.
After your visit, we fax a report to your doctor. If your doctor is connected to MyLGHealth, information from your visit will be updated automatically.
Find our contact forms and phone numbers or give feedback on a recent experience using Care to Share.
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