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Paramount Urgent Care
Servicing the central Florida area, our centers have on-site labs, medicines, x-rays, EKG & more. Walk-ins welcome – no appointment needed. Tourists rest easy, we accept travel insurances, as well as most other insurances. Urgent Care centers are a great alternative to the hospital emergency room, as the cost is less, and service faster. We treat most minor, non-life threatening conditions and all illnesses cared for by a family doctor.❯
My daughter was diagnosed with the flu, and no pharmacy seemed to have the medicine she needed. The staff called around until they found a pharmacy with Tamiflu. Thank you so much!!! I really really appreciate the extra mile and will recommend Paramount to all my friends.
Thank you so much!!! I really really appreciate the extra mile and will recommend Paramount to all my friends. My daughter was diagnosed with the flu, and no pharmacy seemed to have the medicine she needed.
FROM OUR BLOG
Most people experience sunburns now and again, and while they may be painful, they are usually not dangerous. Some sunburns, however, require urgent care and could signal long-term damage. How can you tell the difference? Watch this video to find out.
Blistering is the sign of a serious sunburn. In the short term, urgent care could be necessary to control pain and prevent infections as the skin heals. In the long-term, blistering sunburns are associated with an increased risk of skin cancer, so be sure your doctor knows your history of bad burns.
At Paramount Urgent Care, we have four locations for urgent care in Orlando and the surrounding area to treat bad sunburns, simple fractures, and a range of other health care needs. Find out more about our services by calling (407) 226-1906.
Summer may be all about being outside, but sometimes the price of fun in the sun can be heat-related illnesses. As temperatures soar, falling victim to a heat-related heat issue is always possible, but there are steps you can take to dramatically decrease your risk. Stay out of the urgent care clinic and enjoy the summer without risking your health with these tips.
The risk of dehydration increases during the summer, as you sweat more but may not remember to drink more. Avoid summer dehydration by increasing your water intake, especially when you’re spending extended periods of time outside. Keep water with you when you’re going to be outdoors, and increase your water intake by snacking on water-rich foods, like watermelon and celery. If you’re thirst, you’re already dehydrated, so keep sipping water to stay ahead of the curve. If you feel thirsty, dizzy, and nauseated, you could be seriously dehydrated and may need urgent care.
Spending extended periods of time outside on hot days can lead to dangerous episodes of heat exhaustion and heat stroke, two conditions which require emergency care. Try to avoid being active outside during the peak heating hours of the day – generally between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. When you are outdoors, spend time in the shade instead of under the full blaze of the sun. If you’re at a pool or the beach, cool off in the water frequently, and consider sitting under a shade umbrella. Dizziness, disorientation, nausea, and fainting are all indications that you could need medical care.
Food poisoning cases spike during the summer, because hot temperatures and food safety don’t mix. When you’re eating outdoors, make sure hot foods are served hot and cooked to proper temperatures, while cold foods are served cold. Don’t eat food that sits out in 90 degrees Fahrenheit or higher temperatures for one hour or in lower temperatures for two hours. If you believe you could have food poisoning, seek urgent care.
Paramount Urgent Care is here to ensure illness doesn’t make you miss a beat this summer. Get urgent care in Orlando, Oviedo, Clermont, and Lady Lake when you need it at our convenient walk-in clinics. Find out more by calling (407) 226-1906.
An emergency care clinic near Orlando suggests seeking immediate treatment for severe food poisoning symptoms. Food poisoning can quickly lead to serious dehydration if urgent care is not sought.
Emergency care is generally not required if you are experiencing only mild to moderate nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and fever. However, if your symptoms are severe or do not disappear within a day or two, you should seek immediate medical care. You should visit a walk-in clinic if you are experiencing frequent episodes of vomiting and cannot keep water down. You should also contact your doctor right away if you have bloody vomit or stools, severe abdominal cramping, or diarrhea that lasts longer than two days. Dehydration from food poisoning is a serious risk for children and seniors especially. If you have an oral temperature over 101.5 degrees Fahrenheit or are suffering from blurry vision, muscle weakness, or tingling in your arms, you may be dangerously dehydrated.
If you have food poisoning symptoms, contact Paramount Urgent Care at (407) 226-1906. Our physicians are dedicated to providing high quality medical care as soon as possible. Contact us to reach our four locations serving Orlando, Clermont, Oviedo and Lady Lake.