What Type of Patients Does FrontLine ER Treat?

Abdominal pain

Acute pain

Allergic reactions

Bites, stings, rashes

Breathing complications

Broken bones

Burns

Cold

Chest pain

Concussions

Eye infections or injuries

Fever

Flu-like symptoms

Headaches, head injuries

Infections

Lacerations

Minor automobile accidents

Major automobile accidents

Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea

Nose bleeds

Overdose

Seizures, neurological complications

Stroke symptoms

Traumatic injuries

Urinary tract infections

Workplace injuries

Wheezing, Difficult Breathing

Bleeding that can’t be stopped

Head Injury

Blood in Urine

Bloody Diarrhea

Sudden Inability to speak

Sudden Inability to see

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