Should We Go to Urgent Care?: A Guidebook for Parents of Children in Grades K-8 (Paperback)
With more than a decade of experience in pediatric care, Dr. Sarah Irene Washington has treated over forty thousand patients. Again and again, she has seen parents bring children to an urgent care facility before really necessary. While there are times when urgent care treatment or even emergency room visits are vital, Dr. Sarah Irene helps parents understand when it becomes a necessity to help care for their children in the most efficient and effective way possible.
In Should We Go to Urgent Care? A Guidebook for Parents of Children in Grades K-8, Dr. Sarah Irene offers synopses of a wide array of common illnesses and injuries in young children. Organized by symptoms, parents can identify potential ailments and quickly understand the best potential treatment option. Essentially, parents will answer the question: Should we go to urgent care?