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Emergency Care or Urgent Care, St. Mary’s Medical Center has you covered

April 15, 2019 GMT

St. Mary’s Urgent Care is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. It is located at 2827 Fifth Avenue in Huntington, near the corner of 28th Street and Fifth Avenue. For more information, call (304) 399-7182.

Go to St. Mary’s Urgent Care for a problem that is not life threatening or risking disability, but that has you concerned and you cannot see your doctor soon enough. Problems such as:

• Cold/flu

• Earaches

• Sore throats

• Migraines

• Low-grade fevers and limited rashes

• Minor injuries, such as sprains, back pain, minor cuts and burns, minor broken bones, or minor eye injuries

St. Mary’s ER Physicians, Nurses and Staff Ready to Handle Your Emergency

St. Mary’s ERs in Huntington and Ironton are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Go to St. Mary’s ER or call 911 for help for problems such as:

• Dizziness or weakness that does not go away


• Inhaled smoke or poisonous fumes

• Sudden confusion

• Heavy bleeding

• Possible broken bone, loss of movement, especially if the bone is pushing through the skin

• Deep wound

• Serious burn

• Coughing or throwing up blood

• Severe pain anywhere on the body

• Severe allergic reaction with trouble breathing, swelling, hives

• High fever with headache and stiff neck

• High fever that doesn’t get better with medicine

• Throwing up or loose stools that don’t stop

• Poisoning or overdose of drug or alcohol

• Suicidal thoughts

• Seizures

Call 911 to have the emergency team to take you to St. Mary’s ER right away for:

• Choking

• Stopped breathing

• Head injury with passing out, fainting, or confusion

• Injury to neck or spine, especially if there is loss of feeling or inability to move

• Electric shock or lightning strike

• Severe burn

• Seizure that lasted 3-5 minutes

• Trouble breathing

• Passing out, fainting

• Severe chest pain or pressure

• Pain in the arm or jaw

• Unusual or bad headache, especially if it started suddenly

• Suddenly not able to speak, see, walk, or move

• Suddenly weak or drooping on one side of the body