Convenient Care is located through the Hospital’s East side entrance. Please let the admissions clerk know if you are here for Convenient Care or an Emergency Room visit. Once registered, a triage nurse and/or physician will perform an initial assessment to determine if your medical condition qualifies for Convenient Care. If your condition is more serious, you will be offered Emergency Care. Convenient Care is billed similar to a provider visit and you may be charged a co-pay the day of treatment based on your insurance requirements. It is our desire to serve you in timely and efficient manner however, your treatment becomes secondary to patients in the Emergency Department as it is critical for staff to treat those with severe conditions first.
Some Emergency Room treatments include: Chest pain Loss of consciousness, Head injury, Asthma attack, Seizure Shortness of breath, Vehicle accident, Fall, Eye injury, Severe bleeding, Severe abdominal pain, Signs of potential stroke
Some Convenient Care treatments include: Painful urination Rashes, skin issues Mild flu-like symptoms Cough, congestion, sore throat symptoms, Ear pain, Mild allergic reactions, Minor suturing, Sprains, Minor joint pain, Migraine, Nosebleed, Back or muscle pain
Hours: Monday thru Friday: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM Saturdays: 9:00AM – 3:00 PM Sundays: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Please call Morris County Hospital if you have any questions: 620-767-6811 ext. 111