Cure Urgent Care, a leading urgent care center is preparing for possible ebola cases. The center – which includes an Upper West Side, Manhattan location – has all private rooms, and has placed signage on doors of all locations advising patients, and staff of what to be prepared for.
Cure Urgent Care is a member of The Urgent Care Association of America, which has provided its 9,300 centers with the latest information about Ebola through its website.
“Given concerns, we intend to transfer any possible cases, immediately via top priority to local appropriate hospitals,” said Jake Deutsch, MD. “There is no cause for alarm and wearing a face mask, gown and gloves are enough to evaluate patients for the virus.”
Cure Urgent Care fills the gap between spending hours at the emergency room and waiting for days to see your doctor. You can walk in to a conveniently located Cure center 365 days a year, with no appointment necessary, and find board-certified physicians who are ready to treat you with the utmost skill.
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