141A Danbury Road New Milford, CT 06776

Sherman City CT Urgent Care

Sherman City CT Urgent Care

Urgent Care Walk-in Clinic Serving Sherman City, CT

 

We are a medical walk-in center that strives to provide quality care with a professional staff. Our courteous staff includes board-certified doctors who are available to provide urgent care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If your medical issue must be handled within 24 hours but is not an emergency, Beyond Urgent Care will provide the health care you need.

We serve Sherman City residents from our New Milford location:

New Milford, CT
141A Danbury Road
New Milford, CT 06776

Call us Now: (203) 456-8000

Insurance Policy

Beyond Urgent Care accepts most insurance companies and want to provide the best possible health care to as many people as possible. In addition to your insurance card, we ask that you please bring your driver’s license when you come to our center. We’ll be happy to answer any questions if you call ahead to inquire about your insurance company.

Affordable Health Care

Major medical illnesses and injuries frequently catch us off-guard and happen without warning. Our goal is to provide affordable health care that will not make you suffer financial hardships and allow you to avoid the high cost of an emergency room visit.
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Attentive Treatment

We strive to combine short wait times and professional care. We understand that you are already suffering and do not want to prolong your condition with the excessive wait and that you might find elsewhere. We offer board-certified doctors who deliver care to all those living within the Sherman City, CT area.

Urgent Care Services Available:

 

X-Rays

The most common causes of broken and fractured bones are sports injuries and car accidents. Our team is able to provide complete x-ray services for Sherman City residents.

Allergies

If you’ve had a consistent runny nose or itchy eyes, it may be time to seek an examination by our qualified Allergist. Other common symptoms include shortness of breath and swelling around the eyes. If you do have allergies, our clinic can provide immunotherapy to help lessen your symptoms over time.

Rashes

If you have an unknown rash that is accompanied by breathing problems or blisters, you should contact us immediately. Poison Ivy is the most common rash we see and many can recover without medical intervention, but intense rashes may require medical treatment.

Flu Shots

The CDC Advisory Committee recommends flu shots for everyone over the age of 6. During the flu season that ravages the country between October and May, millions are affected across the country. Help protect your family and yourself by visiting us for your annual flu shot.

Lab Tests

Our urgent care includes lab facilities capable of performing a variety of tests, including flu, STD, and pregnancy tests. We also provide lab cultures and full lab panels.

Physicals

If you have a child who participates in sports or who is going off to camp, they will require a physical exam. These exams are required to verify that they are healthy enough to partake in the activities without receiving serious injury.

Lyme Disease

If you’ve been outdoors enjoying the beautiful weather in Sherman City during the spring, summer, and fall months, you may encounter ticks carrying Lyme disease. Symptoms to look out for include fever, headaches, chills, muscle weakness, nausea, and rashes. If you experience these symptoms, seek treatment from our Sherman City clinic immediately because Lyme Disease can cause lifelong issues if left untreated.

 

Beyond Urgent Care – New Milford, is part of the larger Beyond Urgent Care network. A network of professional Urgent Care clinics run by board-certified physicians. Our goal is to give the highest quality care to our patients while providing affordable services.

We Offer Treatment for:

 

*Accidents and falls

*Sprains and strains

*Moderate back problems

*Breathing difficulties (i.e. mild to moderate asthma)

*Bleeding/cuts — not bleeding a lot but requiring stitches

*Eye irritation and redness

*Fever or flu

*Vomiting, diarrhea or dehydration

*Severe sore throat or cough

*Minor broken bones and fractures (i.e. fingers, toes)

*Skin rashes and infections

*Urinary tract infections