Orthopedic Walk-in Clinic & Sports Injury Drop-in Clinic Changes Schedule Update
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our Orthopedic Walk-in and Sports Injury Drop-in Clinics have made two changes:
Walk-in hours for both clinics are now 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Monday – Friday
Services for these walk-in clinics have been consolidated. Please visit us at the Lexington Clinic Orthopedics – Sports Medicine Center, 700 Bob-O-Link Drive, Lexington 40504 or direct your questions to +1 (859) 258-8561.
Walk-in Care Temporarily Closed at Lexington Clinic Andover and Lexington Clinic Beaumont.
Effective April 22, 2020.
Know When its Urgent, But Not Emergent
An unexpected illness can be a major inconvenience. At the Walk-In clinics of Lexington Clinic, our providers ensure a convenient and quality experience to help get your day back on track. With three locations and a compassionate medical staff, you can be sure that your urgent issue will be treated with efficiency and expertise.
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New conditions that require immediate care but are NOT life-threatening
- Minor illness or injury
- Sprains and fractures
- Cuts and lacerations
- Urinary tract infections
- Cold, flu or bronchitis
- Sore throat or earaches
- Abnormal blood pressure without other symptoms
Conditions that are life or limb-threatening
- Chest pain
- Possible stroke symptoms: facial droop, debilitating headache, numbness or weakness in leg or arm
- Head injury with loss of consciousness
- Bleeding during pregnancy
- Fracture through the skin
- Severe abdominal pain
- High Blood Pressure
- Routine follow up of chronic conditions
- Pain that is not new
- Becoming established with a primary care provider
- Controlled substance/pain medication prescriptions
- Refills of medications
Stephanie McGuire, APRN
Mandi Williams, APRN
David C. Atkins, PA-C
Jackie Condo, PA-C, MSPAS
Molly Eads, PA-C
Sherry L. Hill, PA-C
Erin Martin, PA-C
Jane G. Moscoe, PA-C
Nicole Moss, PA-C
Joshua Russell, PA-C