Update on 2018 Flu Season

Urgent care for canton, ohio, and massillon, carrollton, new philadelphiaFlu activity remains elevated in most states, including Ohio. According to the CDC, 21,279 confirmed flu-related hospitalizations were reported between October 1, 2017, and February 17, 2018.

Typical symptoms of the flu can include fever, chills, dry cough, muscle aches, and extreme fatigue. In addition, there may be a sore throat, headache, and nasal congestion. Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea can sometimes accompany the flu, as well, although these are not the primary symptoms of the flu. However, if you or someone you love has the emergency warning signs of flu sickness, you should seek medical treatment right away. 

Mercy STATCAREs, each staffed by experience emergency department physicians, are conveniently located in Stark, Carroll and Tuscarawas Counties with evening and weekend hours. No appointment is necessary. In addition to care for the flu, Mercy STATCAREs offer urgent care for minor burns and cuts; colds, coughs, and sore throats; sprains, strains and fractures; stings and bites; and other minor illnesses and injuries. 

Mercy STATCARE Locations 

Mercy Health Center of Carroll County

125 Canton Road
Carrollton, Ohio 44615
330-627-7641

Mercy Health Center of Jackson

7337 Caritas Circle NW
Massillon, Ohio 44646
330-830-6110

Mercy Health Center of Massillon

2935 Lincoln Way W.
Massillon, Ohio 44647
330-236-2300

Mercy Health Center of North Canton

6200 Whipple Avenue NW
North Canton, Ohio 44720
330-966-8884

Mercy Health Center of Plain

1811 Schneider Ave., N.E.
Canton, Ohio 44721
330-494-6480

Mercy Health Center Tuscarawas County

1031 West High Avenue
New Philadelphia, Ohio
330-365-5100

Mercy Health Center of North Canton STATCARE urgent care


 

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