WiseCare Urgent Care vs. the Emergency Room
How Our Pasadena Can Help Your Family
According to the U.S. Government Division of Health Care Statistics, only
15 percent of the patients seen in the emergency room are true medical
emergencies. That means that 85 percent of the patients could have sought
At WiseCare Urgent Care, we offer a number of benefits over a traditional
ER. When your illness or injury is not an emergency but still needs urgent
medical attention, you can trust in our Pasadena urgent care center
to help get you back on your feet. Call us today at 410.983.3070.
WiseCare Urgent Care Costs Less than an ER Visit
An ER visit can cost you thousands of dollars with co-pays of $200 or more.
A visit to WiseCare Urgent Care is just like visiting your doctor’s
office and insurance co-pays usually run $20-$50 making the total costs
far less than visiting an ER. Check out our
insurance providers page to review a list of insurance plans accepted by our Pasadena urgent
For people who do not use insurance, our office offers a 25 percent discount
for payment at the time of service.
WiseCare Urgent Care Saves You Time
Overcrowded emergency departments can make you wait hours to treat even
the most minor condition. At our office, we value your time.
Our goal is to have you in and out in less than one hour.
WiseCare Urgent Care Provides Top-Quality Care
WiseCare Urgent Care’s top priority is to offer you the best medical
care available. Our doctors and providers are all board certified and
have many years of experience treating patients in emergency departments.
You can feel confident that our Pasadena will provide your family and
you with quality and compassionate care when you come to us with a variety of
illnesses and injuries.
WiseCare Urgent Care Offers a Pleasant Environment
Our warm and inviting office space and private rooms make you feel more
at home. We also offer free Wi-Fi, modern furnishings, and a coffee and
juice bar. We always want you to feel as comfortable as possible when
you come to us for treatment.
If you are experiencing chest pain, shortness of breath, or a life threatening
condition, call 911 immediately or seek treatment at your nearest emergency