Last updated 9 months ago
Dr. Carter Fenton,
Thank you so much for the very BEST medical care and attention I have ever received in my 56 years!!! No kidding, you and your staff are incredible! I’ll be sharing my wonderful experience with everyone in the future.
You’ve made a significant difference and have taken typical medical care to a new plateau, I felt completely comfortable and cared for like never before, much more than I ever have elsewhere, and I have had more medical care in my life than most (accidents, sports, etcetera).
Again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for truly caring about my health and going above and beyond what any medical professional ever has! Kudos!!!
p.s. I’ll be bringing Betty by next time we’re out your way to meet you and I told here about Amy, she can’t wait to meet her, they’re a lot alike (it’s a horse thing)!
Last updated 11 months ago
After being misdiagnosed at another urgent care center, Total Access was able to quickly and professionally diagnose my husband's condition, with literally no wait time, at an amazingly low price. Thank you for your friendly, excellent service.
Last updated 1 year ago
With health care reform imminent and high deductibles on the rise, it is important to know what health care facilities are available in St. Louis and what they offer before you need urgent care or emergency care.
You should always go to an emergency care center if your life or limb is in danger. Urgent medical care is used to treat conditions that are not-life threatening but do need immediate care. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, 48% of ER visits are for non-life threatening events.
Total Access Urgent Care St. Louis always has medical doctors at every location. These doctors can provide 80% of all emergency care that an emergency room handles at a fraction of the cost. On average, patients are in and out of the urgent care clinic within one hour of check-in. Total Access is the premier St. Louis urgent care with four walk in clinics: Rock Hill, Chesterfield, Town and Country, and South County.
Symptoms for Urgent Care
· Cuts and burns
· Sprains and strains
· Ear infections
· Abdominal pain
· Coughs, colds, and flu
· Back pain
· Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
Symptoms for Emergency Room
· Severe head trauma
· Chest pain
· Chest pressure
· Vomiting blood
· Uncontrolled bleeding
In most situations you will save time and money by visiting an urgent care center instead of an emergency room. If your life or limb is at risk, call 911, otherwise, visit the top urgent care of St. Louis, Total Access Urgent Care.