You should take your child to the Emergency Room if…

    …they have any life-threatening or disabling condition.
    …they have a temperature above 100.4° rectally in an infant less than 3 months old.
    …they have loss of consciousness.
    …they have chest pain, numbness in the face, arm or leg or difficulty speaking.
    …they have severe shortness of breath.
    …they have a high fever that doesn’t respond to fever medicine.
    …they are coughing up or vomiting blood.
    …they have a cut or wound that won’t stop bleeding.
    …they have major injuries.
    …they have possible broken bones.

You should take your child to the Urgent Care Clinic if…

    …they have sprains or strains.
    …they have experienced an animal bite.
    …they need an x-ray.
    …they need stitches.
    …they are experiencing dehydration (no urine output / dry diaper for greater than 8 hours.

You should take your child to Commonwealth Pediatrics if…

    …they have mild asthma.
    …they are experiencing minor headaches.
    …they have back pain.
    …they have nausea, vomiting, diarrhea.
    …they are having minor allergic reactions.
    …you believe they have a cough, or have a sore throat.
    …they have bumps, cuts, scrapes.
    …they have rashes or minor burns.
    …they have a minor fever or symptoms of a cold.
    …they have ear or sinus pain.
    …they experiencing burning during urination.
    …they are constipated.

Call our office at 804-320-1353