Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine
We are Open!
YOUR CARE URGENT CARE
MEDICAL CLINIC IN REDMOND, OREGON
3818 SW 21st St, Suite 100
Established in Redmond, OR - March 1, 2013
Our Urgent Care Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
COVID 10 (Coronavirus)
What is the coronavirus and COVID-19?
Coronaviruses were first identified in the 1950s and generally cause mild upper respiratory illness characterized by cough, fever, and/or body aches. This is very similar to most viral illnesses including flu and the common cold.
The current situation involves a new, or “novel,” coronavirus and the illness it causes is called COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019). Because this virus is new, testing has been limited; there are no vaccines and no medicines designed specifically to treat it.
What are the symptoms caused by coronavirus?
Fever, symptoms of lower respiratory illness (e.g., cough, shortness of breath) and body aches are the most common symptoms. Because it is still cold and flu season and allergy season is starting, Your Care will is continuing to see patients with these symptoms.
Can the coronavirus be treated?
Since it is a virus, the coronavirus cannot be treated with antibiotics. Mild infections are treated in the same way as the common cold or flu with medications to relieve the symptoms of cough, congestion, and fever.
What should I do if I am experiencing symptoms?
If you are in respiratory distress, call 911. If you have a fever, cough, and other symptoms of respiratory infection, call Your Care at 541-548-2899 and if you come to the clinic please immediately notify the staff of your possible illness upon arrival. We will ask you to wear a mask and limit exposure to others.
To protect everyone, we are routing patients with symptoms back to their car to wait for an available provider and treatment room.
Can I come in and be tested for coronavirus?
Your Care is following the guidelines set forth by St. Charles Medical Center. In general, people being tested are as follows:
60 years or older
Fever of 100.4 or greater
Shortness of breath
And one of the following:
60 years or older
A chronic disease of one of the following:
If you are experiencing mild cold or flu-like symptoms and would like to be tested for peace of mind, we understand your concerns, but due to extremely limited demand, we cannot test you.
If your symptoms worsen to include a fever of 100.4 or higher or shortness of breath/difficulty breathing and body aches, call Your Care for evaluation and treatment.
Your Care will be offering telemedicine visits soon!
Your Care is Working to Keep our Patients and Employees Safe.
We continue to order necessary PPE using only when necessary. Your Care is adhering to OHA guidelines to limit the spread of the virus including how we isolate patients with symptoms and how we disinfect rooms between patients.
Where can I get more information?
Call 2-1-1 for information from the Oregon Health Authority or go to their site here:
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention):
Your Care's team of Board Certified Physicians and Nurse Practitioners bring over 40 years of medical care experience and expertise and take the time to listen to you.
Your Care accepts most insurance, including Medicare. We work to make services affordable for our patients in Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine.