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Burns: Fundamental First Aid for Families

June 15, 2020

Kids play hard. Only first time parents think that they can protect their children from every potential danger or injury. Soon, even these parents come to realize that children will get hurt from time to time, no matter how careful they are. It is important to be prepared to handle minor injuries, scrapes, and bruises...  read more

When You Should Not Assume That It’s Allergies

May 15, 2020

Although it is almost summer, springtime allergies are still a problem for many people. Every year, more and more people are affected by seasonal allergies. These allergies can begin anytime during your lifetime, and symptoms are usually very mild in the first couple of seasons. Allergy symptoms include chronic cough, sneezing, runny nose, itchy or...  read more

COVID-19 Antibody Testing

May 1, 2020

Suncoast Urgent Care now offers testing for IgG antibody to the SARS-CoV-2 virus ! Insured Patients : sign up for a telemedicine visit with one of our physicians. Complete a brief series of questions related to your medical history and the presence of any symptoms of illness (you do not have to have any symptoms)....  read more

Telemedicine for Workers Comp. cases

April 23, 2020

Employers, please note we are offering Telemedicine for our clients for both new visits and follow up visits. Telemedicine is revolutionizing our care but enabling to see our patients from the comfort of their home or immediately after injury at the work site ! Please see our Employer page regarding this service ! Click Here:...  read more

What to Do When a Tree Limb Falls

April 15, 2020

Spring storms can often weaken tree limbs or cause dead trees to fall. This can be very hazardous, and some injuries could be serious. If you have a tree limb fall on you or someone else in your yard, you will likely need to seek medical attention. Here’s what you should do. Carefully Remove the...  read more


March 23, 2020

Effective July 1st we must temporarily suspend our telemedicine services. Due to the abundance of patients we are seeing on site for illness, injuries and CoVID-19 tests, in addition to our even more than usual facility cleaning and disinfecting during this pandemic, has required us to suspend Telemedicine visits temporarily.  We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to be...  read more

Kids and Springtime Bruises and Scrapes

February 15, 2020

The winter was cool and breezy, and the children didn’t have as much time to play outdoors as they do the rest of the year.  But soon spring will be upon us, and children everywhere will be begging to play outside every minute of daylight.  You can’t be there for your child the entire time...  read more

Winter Safety Tips and What to Do When Injuries Happen

January 15, 2020

Although Florida doesn’t get the winter weather that other states see, there are still potential hazards in the wintertime that you should avoid for your health and wellbeing. While they are rare, winter weather storms can happen in Florida. It is important to know how to cope with these storms and what to do when...  read more

Impact! What to Do When a Limb Is Struck by Objects or Falls

December 15, 2019

There are many different situations in which something might fall on your arm, hand, foot, or leg. There are many more instances in which you might injure these limbs because of a fall. It is important that you know what to do in these situations so that you don’t injure yourself further. Here are some...  read more

Three Reasons Not to Take Chances with Elderly Slip and Falls

November 15, 2019

It can be difficult for anyone to know when they need to see a doctor right away after a slip or fall. But for elderly patients, the decision can often be even harder. There are several good reasons that every elderly patient who slips and falls should be checked out by a doctor fairly quickly....  read more

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