No Appointment Needed at the Davenport Urgent Care Clinic of Amana Care Clinic

August 07, 2023 at 16:40

Davenport, Iowa -

Amana Care Clinic - Davenport, a medical care clinic in Davenport, IA, wants to point out that they are offering the services of an urgent care clinic where patients with minor but urgent health issues can simply walk-in to get treatment. There is no need for an appointment since the clinic is designed to help those who require urgent care as quickly as possible. They want to emphasize that what they offer is a faster, more affordable, more convenient, and safer alternative compared to the service patients receive from emergency departments, hospitals, and other health care clinics in Davenport and nearby areas. People can also take advantage of their online visit service where patient can be visited by their physician or nurse virtually while they are in the comfort and safety of their home.

Known as the Quad Cities, the area in and around Davenport, Iowa, is a busy place. Davenport and four other cities are jointly packed together along the Mississippi River and are filled with various attractions. Davenport, being the cultural and economic center of the Quad Cities area, has unique attractions like the German American Heritage Center, Figge Art Museum, and the Davenport Skybridge. Other places to go to include the: Putnam Museum and Science Center, Rock Island Arsenal Museum, Vander Veer Botanical Park, Davenport’s craft breweries, Davenport’s Centennial Park, and many more. Being a busy place, some people may suddenly need medical care. That is why Amana Care Clinic is ready to provide treatment for urgent but minor health issues where patients simply walk-in without any need for an appointment.

Amana Care Clinic - Davenport can provide treatment for various kinds of health problems. These include: abrasions; bites; burns; wound follow-up, wound recheck, dressing change, and removal of sutures; back discomfort; cut or laceration, needing stitches; impetigo; cold symptoms such as fever, cough, or sore throat; childhood illness such as pink eye, rashes, or eye symptoms; diarrhea; ear pain or infection; fractured bone; injury of the ankle, knee, foot, wrist, elbow, or hand; joint pain; fish hook removal; muscle injury – pull, strain, sprain; rash; sinus pain or infection; sports physicals; x-rays; urinary tract infection; sunburn; vaginal discharge; full lab services; and other minor health problems.

For certain health problems, however, they suggest that the patient call 911 or visit the hospital or emergency room. These include: serious difficulty breathing; change in mental status (such as unusual behavior, confusion, or difficulty arousing); severe bleeding that won't stop; choking, coughing or vomiting blood; fainting or loss of consciousness; head or spine injury; severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea; chest pain; feelings of wanting to harm oneself or others; burns or smoke inhalation; near drowning; sudden injury due to motor vehicle injury; sudden dizziness, weakness or change in vision; swallowing a poisonous substance; a deep or large wound; carbon monoxide exposure; sudden blindness or severe eye injury; abdominal pain; pregnancy related concerns; sexual assault; vaginal bleeding (non-pregnancy); and partial or full paralysis.

Amana Care Clinic was launched in Davenport, Iowa, to provide urgent care services for residents of Davenport and surrounding areas. This is a clinic where patients don’t need to have an appointment. They can just walk-in and get treated for minor health issues that don’t have to be treated at an emergency room or hospital. The medical staff at Amana Care Clinic have all been certified to be capable of quickly diagnosing a patient’s health issues and provide the appropriate treatment using their modern facilities, lab equipment, X-ray equipment, and exam rooms.

Those who are looking for a Davenport health clinic that can provide immediate health care with no need for an appointment can check out the Amana Care Clinic - Davenport. They can get more information by visiting their website or calling them on the phone or contacting them by email. They are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, from Monday to Friday; and from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Last patient check-in will be 30 minutes before closing.


For more information about Amana Care Clinic - Davenport, contact the company here:

Amana Care Clinic - Davenport
Moutaz Kotob, PhD
(563) 388-7000
2162 W Kimberly Rd
Davenport, IA 52806