About Jessica's Cosmetic Surgeries

About Jessica's Cosmetic Surgeries

Seven Things To Do To Maximize The Success Of Your Trip To A Walk-In Clinic

by Ross Martin

It can be stressful to suffer from a medical problem that requires immediate attention. When you need fast attention, heading to a walk-in clinic is a good solution. 

The following are seven things to do to maximize the success of your trip to a walk-in clinic. 

Be prepared to possibly wait for attention

Usually, you should be able to have your health care issue taken care of fairly quickly when you go to a walk-in clinic. However, it's possible that you may have to wait a while if the clinic is busy. Be patient and make sure you're prepared to wait for attention so that you don't get stressed out or frustrated. 

Find out in advance if your health issue can be treated at a walk-in clinic

It's important for you to understand the health care scenarios walk-in clinics can provide treatment for. In general, walk-in clinics are not meant to handle severe injuries that are life-threatening. For these injuries, it's important to go to the emergency room.

However, walk-in clinics can handle address more minor injuries including animals bites, burns, sports injuries, cuts, and sprains. 

Have your insurance card with you

You'll want to have your walk-in clinic treatment covered by your insurance policy if you are insured. It will be easiest to have your care covered if you bring your insurance card with you when you go in to visit the walk-in clinic. 

Discuss your issue with your primary doctor

If you can get a hold of your primary care physician, discuss your injury with them. Even if you don't need to be treated by your primary doctor, it's still a good idea to make your doctor aware of your injury in case they have any valuable insights on how you should be treated. 

Make sure you fill out any paperwork completely and accurately

When you check in at the walk-in clinic, you'll probably be given some paperwork to fill out. This paperwork will most likely include questions about your medical history.

It's important to fill this paperwork out completely and accurately. This ensures that the health care providers who treat you have all the information they need to give you the best possible care.

Don't be afraid to ask questions

You should ask any questions you have about your condition as well as needed treatment. Keeping yourself informed is the best way to stay as healthy as possible. 

Find out about follow up care needs

Depending on the exact condition you're being treated for, you may need to come in for a follow-up appointment. Make sure that you ask about the need for follow-up care and that you schedule a future appointment if recommended so that you can fully resolve your health issue. 


About Me

About Jessica's Cosmetic Surgeries

Hello there! I'm Jessica Goodyear. I am an unofficial expert on cosmetic procedures--mostly because I've had a lot of them done. Some people judge me or think I'm fake, but I feel more like myself than I ever have before! It all started when I was a teenager. I broke my nose playing softball, and I had to have plastic surgery on my nose so that I could breathe properly. But my nose looked different afterwards, and I liked it better! Now I save up my money to get something done every few years. Whether it's teeth whitening or veneers, a little bit of liposuction, or new cheekbones, there's something so satisfying about letting your inner beauty shine out through your outer body. I started this site to help break the stereotypes about cosmetic surgeries and to talk about some of the health risks related to them. Check it out!