LIFELONG IMMEDIATE/URGENT CARE – SAN PABLO
If you have a life-threatening emergency, dial 911.
Immediate Care for Your Urgent Health Needs
LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care is your alternative to the Emergency Room for illnesses and injuries that require immediate medical attention (usually within 24 hours), but are not life-threatening or serious enough to require emergency room care or even hospitalization. We are committed to providing prompt, professional, and cost effective medical care to adult and pediatric patients. No appointments or referrals are needed.
Our team of experienced clinicians is ready to treat all types of non-life threatening medical conditions, including:
- Accidents and falls
- Sprains and strains
- Back injuries
- Breathing difficulties (i.e., mild to moderate asthma)
- Eye irritation and redness
- Fever or flu
- Vomiting or diarrhea
- Severe sore throat or cough
- Broken bones
- Skin infections or rash
- Urinary tract infections
X-ray, blood and urine testing services available on-site.
We are happy to refer you back to your Primary Care Physician (PCP) for follow up care or connect you with a PCP if you do not currently have a provider.
When to Call 9-1-1 or Visit the Emergency Room
Patients experiencing any life-threatening medical emergency should call 9-1-1 immediately. Life-threatening medical emergencies include but are not limited to:
- Chest pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Severe bleeding
- Serious traumatic injuries
- Loss of consciousness
- Severe or repeated vomiting
- Sudden numbness or weakness, especially on one side of the body
- Difficulty walking, talking and seeing
- Sudden and severe headache
When to Call 9-1-1 or Visit the Emergency Room For Children
Medical emergencies also include fast/rapid breathing or trouble breathing; bluish skin color; not drinking enough fluids when there is repeated vomiting and diarrhea; not waking up or not interacting; and irritability or sudden change in behavior or activity level when sick.
When to Call Advice Nurse Health Line
Advice Nurses can help you figure out if you need to go to the Emergency Room, visit an Immediate/Urgent Care Center, or make an appointment with your doctor for the next day. Advice Nurses also can provide information for self-care.
Advice is offered 24 hours a day/7 days a week, including holidays.
Advice Line: 877-661-6230 option 1 (This number is only available to West Contra Costa Residents)