While minor wounds and scrapes are naturally a part of life, some wounds require extra attention if they are more serious or have a high risk for infection. At iCare ER & Urgent Care, we can treat your wound, whether mild or severe in either Frisco or South Fort Worth, TX. In order to support fast healing with minimal scarring and to prevent the risk of infection, medical attention should be sought for deep wounds. After hours, our ER is open to help patients with injuries and open wounds. We also have urgent care staff during the day between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Serious wounds will be treated in our ER to ensure the safety of the patient.
"I was seen very promptly, they took good care of me. All staff members were extremely nice. One of my favorite places of all time."- R.O. / Yelp / Mar 10, 2018
"There was no wait when I got there at 8am. The staff were all pleasant and Dr. Beasley was very attentive and nice. I will defibrillator go back here for Urgent Care even if it's not the closest to my house."- L.A. / Yelp / Apr 25, 2018
"The staff was friendly and efficient. The doctors are caring and truly communicate compassion and integrity. I have been there twice, once with my Baby Girl and one for myself. Both times I was greeted with courtesy and treated with respect and above the norm kindness. I would recommend this place to anyone based on the two great experiences I had. Thank you guys for having made such a difference in a time of need! God bless!"- M.W. / Google / Apr 24, 2018
"I came here with my son tonight, who was injured in a bad fall. I was worried that his wrist was broken, and x-rays did reveal a break. My rating is for everyone we encountered, from the friendly and helpful front office receptionist, to the two excellent assistants, to the wonderful doctor who took great care of him tonight. This was his first broken bone, but they were kind and gentle and good natured with him, and made it so much easier on him. The location is ideal for us, the front lobby area and exam rooms were all very nice, clean and comfortable."- E.S. / Yelp / Apr 18, 2018
"Urgent care was closed so I checked in with the ER.. Best Service Ever!!! FROM THE ENTRANCE TO THE DR! (WHO WAS Very personable knowlegable and fast! My son was with me and has severe allergies and he even asked genuinely was he Ok! And gave me tips to help him sleep better! *frisco location*"- M.W. / Google / Apr 17, 2018
Seeking Medical Care
While some wounds can be treated at home with a little extra care, more serious wounds should be treated by medical professionals Gaping wounds deeper than 1 inch and wounds that do not stop bleeding after you’ve applied pressure and elevated them for 10 – 15 minutes are usually serious enough to necessitate a trip to the ER. Bite wounds, both from humans or animals, should be treated as especially serious, including painful insect bites. Additionally, wounds caused by rusty nails, glass or wood splinters, or wounds that are showing early signs of infection should be seen by our medical practitioners.
If your wound begins to develop an infection, it is important to recognize the symptoms so they can be treated as early as possible. If redness begins to spread out from the wound, or if it begins to swell and increase in tenderness, or if you see green or yellow pus, you should seek medical attention immediately. Other signs include swollen lymph nodes, body aches, chills, or fever.
What to Expect
When you come to the iCare with a wound injury, our highly trained staff will perform a physical exam to assess the seriousness of your wound. Depending on how large, deep, or infected it is, our team will treat you in the appropriate setting. After a medical history review and exam, our qualified doctor and nurses will clean and treat your wound, usually with stitches or antibiotic ointments. They will then dress or bandage your wound.
After your wound is treated at iCare, the practitioner will leave you with specific instructions for caring for your wound after your visit. However, as a general guide, it is best to keep all wounds clean in order to prevent infection. Wash your wound with clean water and a mild soap per your doctor’s instructions. If provided with an antibiotic cream, apply a thin layer before dressing it. Dress or bandage your wound loosely so that blood flow is not restricted, and be sure to change the dressing daily so that an infection does not begin to grow. Refrain from scratching any itchy scabs so that they can heal properly.
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Our staff is highly trained to treat wounds of all levels of severity, and the iCare in both Frisco and South Fort Worth are equipped with the tools and technology to ensure your treatment goes smoothly. If you think your wound may be serious enough for medical attention, come to iCare so that our qualified staff can take care of you.