In addition to providing high-quality, integrative medical care, nothing is more important to Living Water Community Health and Wellness Clinic, aka Living Water Clinic, than staying accessible to its patients and providing prompt treatment when it’s needed. To ensure you can receive affordable and timely medical attention, the practice operates walk-in clinics at its three locations in Porterville, Lindsay, and Visalia, California. When you need treatment for an illness or minor injury, you receive customized care from the compassionate providers at the walk-in clinics. To learn more, call or send an inquiry online, or walk-in today.
A walk-in clinic provides medical care without needing to call and schedule an appointment. The walk-in services at Living Water Clinic are more affordable than the emergency room, and highly trained family medicine practitioners are on staff at each location.
One of the great advantages of walk-in care at Living Water Clinic is that you establish a relationship with an experienced provider. If you need follow-up care, you can continue to see them at your local Living Water Clinic, whether in person or by connecting from home through telemedicine.
By design, walk-in clinics treat acute, non-emergency health problems. At Living Water Clinic, the practitioners diagnose and treat a range of conditions in patients of all ages, from infants through the elderly. They often take care of problems such as:
You may also receive immunizations, physicals, workers’ compensation examinations, and health screenings at the walk-in clinic.
If you have any questions about the level of care you need, call any Living Water Clinic location. The office staff asks a few questions about your symptoms and helps you decide if you need walk-in or urgent care or emergency attention.
As a general guideline, you need emergency treatment for:
Signs of a heart attack include chest pain or pressure, back or jaw pain, and difficulty breathing. A stroke is often identified by numbness on one side of your face, weakness in one arm, or difficulty speaking.
The walk-in clinic is available during normal business hours, including Saturdays. The three Living Water Clinic locations keep different hours, so call if you’re not sure which office is open. Walk-in care is typically provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. However, patients with an urgent or emergency need have priority.
If you need immediate care and can’t wait for an appointment, visit Living Water Community Health and Wellness Clinic. You can also call or book an appointment online for less pressing matters to receive exceptional family medicine care.