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Get Same Day Care at Duke City Primary Care.
Walk in or call for a same-day appointment with a primary care provider.
When you need to be seen today, Duke City Primary Care offers walk-in and same day appointments. We can provide reliable urgent and primary care health care for non-life threatening illnesses and injuries. No need to wait an extra day of suffering. Our local offices conveniently located near you are available to help you.
Walk-in or Same-day Care Available
Minor Injuries and illness can be a frightening time. Whether it is you or a loved one that has had an accident or is experiencing pain, these sudden moments can be filled with worry, stress, and sometimes helplessness. In these situations, you need to be able to act quickly. That is why it is important to have a reliable, close by primary care to visit. Duke City Primary Care is available to provide the New Mexico families with the walk-in or same-day medical care they need at a moment’s notice. An appointment is preferred by not required to be seen quickly by a qualified primary care provider. We’ll keep it as stress free as possible.
Sometimes You Need Emergency Medical Assistance
Unfortunately, some accidents and illness can be very serious. These health concerns require specific, immediate emergency attention that can only be administered by emergency medical service personnel. If ever you believe that you or your family members are facing a life-threatening emergency, you should immediately dial 9-1-1 for help. If you cannot wait for an ambulance, a responsible adult should transport you or your loved one directly to the emergency room. Even if your symptoms do not turn out to be life-threatening, it is always better to be safe than risk permanent injury or death. Seek emergency medical assistance for the following:
- Severe trouble breathing not related to asthma
- Difficulty speaking
- Uncontrolled bleeding
- Severe chest pain
- Blood in vomit, stool, or urine
- Severe abdominal pain