Ms. Karin Simelaro
English 1311 – Composition I
February 2, 2013
Great experience in the Urgent Care
Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care always has physician’s onsite and is open daily to deliver flexible, efficient, and fast care. First, it provides patients a greater level of convenience and flexibility than emergency rooms. Second, all insurance are accepted and it reduces healthcare costs significantly. Last, patients get to go home faster with the fast care of the staff. To start with, Pediatric after-hours facilities are similar to urgent care centers in that they offer evening and weekend hours, services on a walk-in, no-appointment basis. They differ from urgent care centers in four important ways. For example, Urgent care treats all ages while pediatric after-hours typically refuses to treat patients over age 18. Urgent care depends on signage visibility and paid advertising as the primary mechanisms for diving new business while pediatric after-hours depend more on primary care physician referral relationships. Urgent care is open during daytime hours and sees much of its volume first thing in the morning when primary care practices are open but appointments are unavailable on short notice whereas pediatric after-hours typically open late in the afternoon, after primary care offices have closed. Next, Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent care has all equipment for tests such as, X-Rays, EKGs, TB tests, immunizations, flu shots, sports physicals, and Texas Health Steps are on-site and ready to use so you and your child will never be transferred to a different location. Keeping all of our standards high, they strive to make the services as efficient and cost effective as possible. All insurances are welcome and cover pediatric care, and before you are seen one of the pediatric urgent care specialists will determine the cost so you will not receive any surprises. Copayments are due at the time of service. For example, if parents are unable...
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