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AHA, AMA and ANA Urge You To Wear A Mask to Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19

Together, the American Hospital Association (AHA), the American Medical Association (AMA), and American Nurses Association (ANA) released a public service announcement (PSA) today urging the American public to take three simple steps to help stop the spread of COVID-19: wear …

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Learn About Coronavirus

MedCheck Urgent Care cares about the safety of our staff, patients, and community.  We are continuing to work with staff and the community to make sure proper resources and up to date information are available. While the NH Department of …

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Summer heat safety tips

Summer Heat Safety Tips: How to Treat and Prevent Sunburn and Heatstroke

Nearly 10,000 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer everyday. Fortunately, there are simple steps a person can take to protect him or herself from permanent sun damage. Two of the biggest consequences from spending too much time outside unprepared are sunburn and heatstroke. These conditions …

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identifying bug bites

Summer Stings: Identifying and Preventing Bug Bites

A recent study found that during a 9-year period, 10.1 million people visited emergency departments due to insect bites and stings. You might be shocked to learn that these seemingly small bites translate to an estimated $7.5 billion annually of medical …

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Seasonal Allergies Tips!

It’s that time of year again. It’s finally warming up in most of the US, and your co-workers have stopped passing their cold and flu germs around. But the second you open your window to enjoy the newly warmed air, …

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MedCheck Urgent Care Ankle Injury

Urgent Care or ER: Where Should You Go and How Do You Know?

You trip and fall going up the stairs at 10:00 at night. Your ankle is slightly swollen, you can put some weight on it, and you’re almost positive it’s just strained, but not sprained or broken. What do you do? …

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In Case of Emergency

Call 911 immediately if your medical condition is severe or life-threatening, or have someone bring you to the closest Emergency Room immediately.  The nearest Emergency Room is located at Speare Memorial Hospital, 16 Hospital Road, Plymouth, NH. Learn whether you should go to Urgent Care or the Emergency Room.

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