Patients at First Care Urgent Care know that we provide various urgent care services including immediate injury treatment and long-term preventive care. First Call Urgent Care also provides intravenous treatment and therapy (IV) for patients that need to restablize by re-administering medications and fluids. IV allows the most vulnerable patients to safely maintain their overall health.
First Call Urgent Care and Centennial Medical Group’s primary and urgent care staff can help with any IV treatments, therapies, and related services to ensure you are getting the most comprehensive healthcare in your immediate community. If you have additional questions please visit our contact us page and reach out to the team. If you’re ready to book primary care for a potential IV need, simply click here or call us at 410-730-3399!
What is IV Treatment?
IV therapy is the process of using intravenous injection to help administer fluids, medications, and other important vital needs for your body. On a clinical basis, IVs can help vulnerable patients with diseases or other conditions to get fluids replenished at a normal rate. Additionally, an IV can help a patient that has trouble with one form of a medication to get it directly through an injection.
While IV treatments for casual therapy, like treating immediate dehydration or boosting energy, is a current trend we current recommend getting an IV for absolute medical need. Many healthcare providers provide IVs for their patients whenever they have a drastic drop in fluids and other types of metabolic needs they are lacking. An IV can help stabilize a patient from a significant injury or illness as well as rehabilitate their medical condition.
The IV treatments available at First Call and Centennial Medical Group are accessible, affordable, and efficient for all patients. We can provide care through our walk-in clinics, or through teams of expert provider staff with years of clinical experience.
IVs are affordable and accessible at First Call Urgent Care for patients of all backgrounds. Please contact us today if you believe you need some from of IV treatment.