About Your Visit
Your Integrated Patient Experience
When you arrive at Aurora QuickCare Clinic, our certified nurse practitioners and physicians assistants will take your health history and basic personal information before assessing your medical needs. If it is determined that you are too sick for a simple test, you will be referred to your provider, a primary care clinic, an urgent care center or an emergency department, depending on your needs.
If your symptoms are consistent with one of several common medical conditions (strep throat, ear infection, sinus infection, pink eye, mononucleosis, urinary tract infection, pregnancy), then an assessment or test (mouth swab, urine sample, etc.) will be administered on site.
After diagnosis, you'll either receive the appropriate prescription or be instructed on how to manage and/or relieve your symptoms.
Integrated Experiences Make an Impact
As an Aurora patient, your electronic health record will be accessible to the medical staff at any Aurora QuickCare Clinic, hospital or health center you visit. Some of the key benefits of Aurora's integrated care:
- Medical staff can quickly find and review your tests, procedures, lab results and medication history to assist in making treatment decisions.
- Our technology can alert clinicians to things like medication errors and adverse interactions, or if you have a chronic condition like asthma
- Patient safety and care outcomes are enhanced.
Physician assistants (PAs) are health care professionals who are authorized by the state to practice medicine as part of a team with physicians. They work together with the doctor on your care and treatment plan. Nurse practitioners (NPs) are registered nurses who have completed advanced clinical training and expertise. They are certified to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients and provide preventive, routine and follow-up medical care.
Aurora QuickCare Clinic visits cost $70. Prices of vaccines and screenings may vary. Aurora accepts most insurance plans, cash and credit card. You must have your insurance card at the time of visit.