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urgency

The condition of being concerned about safety and requiring timely but not immediate assistance. Potentially, a distress situation.
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This is a very urgent message for the countess' ears alone," replied Rokoff.
People are being asked if they want to relocate a walk-in service from Camp Hill to the George Eliot Hospital site, as part of an urgent care service working with A&E, NHS 111 and the GP out-of-hours service, or whether to keep the walk-in service as a stand-alone urgent care service at Camp Hill.
Certification by the American Board of Urgent Care Medicine (ABUCM) recognizes excellence in the discipline of Urgent Care Medicine.
22, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Coordinated Health (CH), the Lehigh Valley's leading provider of orthopedic services and sports medicine for more than a quarter century, today announced its newest innovation, CH Orthopedic Urgent Care (OUC).
It is anticipated that these new urgent care centers will open this fall.
Doctors Express has 12 urgent care centers in Massachusetts, according to James Brennan of MedVest LCC.
With Certification, these centers and the Urgent Care Association of America demonstrate their commitment toward providing patients with access to appropriate levels of care.
Legacy ER & Urgent Care's hybrid emergency and urgent care model offers a unique and essential service to the community," said Miller.
In a unanimous vote Thursday, the City Council approved plans for the project - a 51,000-square-foot building in the Mission Bell Plaza - about a fifth of which will be taken up by the Urgent Care facility, with the rest comprising a mix of retail and office space.
Despite the fact that urgent care centers have been open in the US for over thirty years and see between 71 and 160 million patient visits per year, many people still don't know what urgent care is - and that it even exists.
Fortunately, urgent cares have not reached their full capacity and there is continuous growth within the industry that will be able to care for these additional patients.
Nationally the increase in demand for urgent care is clear.