- Mon-Fri: 10am-8pm
- Sat-Sun: 10am-7pm
- Open weekends and holidays
- North Elston Immediate & Primary Care
- 4332 N. Elston Ave, Chicago. IL-60641
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Caring for Your Health Care Needs
We realize that many illnesses and injuries don’t arise at convenient times. That’s why we’re open when many healthcare providers are not. We are dedicated to providing you with prompt attention, timely diagnoses and accurate medical information. Our staff will work hard to get you back on the road to being well again as soon as possible.
We can assist you with minor illnesses and injuries, such as coughs and colds, minor cuts and abrasions and minor fractures and sprains. We will care for you in our state-of-the-art center equipped with on-site medical equipment including X-ray and laboratory services.
By visiting our website, you have just taken your first step towards taking care of your health. At North Elston Immediate & Primary Care, you have access to high-quality health care every day of the year. Unlike other immediate care centers and urgent care clinics, at North Elston Immediate & Primary Care, you will be seen by a board-certified physician at every visit. Come to see us for any sickness or injury, and you can follow up with us in our primary care clinic. Whether you are here for a school physical, a work-related injury, or to check out that embarrassing spot on your butt, you can rest assured that you will be treated competently, professionally, and quickly. We also do drug screens, STD checks, pap smears, pregnancy verification, weight management, and more. If your throat is too sore to call us, you can book an appointment by clicking on the button above... to your right... the blue one right there...
The flu still being seen at North Elston
The flu season is generally considered to run from October to May and usually peaks around February. This year, we are still seeing many patients come in to our clinic with fever, sore throat, cough, and body aches and pains, and when we perform a rapid influenza test in the clinic, we find that these patients are positive for influenza.
If you have the flu, it is important to get checked and treated within 24 to 48 hours. There is treatment, but this treatment is only effective when taken early in the course of your illness.
- US death toll from influenza this season: