FAQs

FAQs for Safe Care Express Urgent Care in Wyomissing, Reading, PA

At Safe Care Express Urgent Care, we seek to deliver high-quality urgent care services to every patient. Contact us today. Please read our frequently asked questions below. For more information, please call us or request an appointment online.

Table of Contents:

Q. What Is Safe Care Express?
Q. Do You Provide Seasonal Flu Shots?
Q. Do You Perform Std Testing?
Q. What Can You Use Telemedicine for?
Q. What Is the Difference Between E Visits and Telemedicine?
Q. Who Does Telehealth Benefit?
Q. What Does a Doctor Do?
Q. Do You Do Stitches and Set Casts for Broken Bones?

Q. What Is Safe Care Express?


A. Safe Care Express is an Urgent Care located in Reading Pennsylvania we offer professional health services without scheduling.

Q. Do You Provide Seasonal Flu Shots?


A. Yes, we provide low-cost flu vaccines with no appointment necessary.

Q. Do You Perform Std Testing?


A. Safe Care Express Urgent Care performs confidential STD testing. Click here for more information.

Q. What Can You Use Telemedicine for?


A. Telemedicine technology can be used for a number of different services including medication management, management of chronic health conditions, consultations, and follow-up visits. These services are conducted via secure video and audio connections, typically on a mobile device.

Q. What Is the Difference Between E Visits and Telemedicine?


A. Telehealth is different from telemedicine in that it refers to a broader scope of remote health care services than telemedicine. Telemedicine refers specifically to remote clinical services, while telehealth can refer to remote non-clinical services.

Q. Who Does Telehealth Benefit?


A. Telehealth (or telemedicine) is the remote delivery of health care services via the internet, telephone, mobile phone, or video call. There are many benefits to telehealth, including Increased and improved access to health care services.

Q. What Does a Doctor Do?


A. Types of doctors… They diagnose and treat a lot of patients independently as well as referring to the appropriate specialist doctor in the hospital for their medical opinion and advice.

Q. Do You Do Stitches and Set Casts for Broken Bones?


A. Yes, we have certified X-ray technicians and State of the Art X-Ray Services available seven days a week during our regular office hours. Office hours are 8 AM – 8 PM M-F and 9 AM – 5 PM Saturdays and Sundays.