Could it be the flu?

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For:

A sudden illness or injury that is not life-threatening, or when you need care and your doctor’s office is closed.

Hours:

Most urgent cares are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., every day and our Moreland location is open 24/7. Children’s locations are open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., every day.

Appointment:

Make a reservation online, or walk in.

Find A Location:

You an find a location near you, see wait times and make a reservation online.

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For:

Video chats about minor illnesses after hours, or when you can’t leave your home or office Hours: 24/7 online care.

Hours:

24/7 online care

Appointment:

No appointment is needed – just a smartphone, tablet or computer.

Cost:

$49/visit

Get the free virtual visit app:

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For:

When you want a diagnosis and treatment plan securely emailed to you without ever picking up the phone.

Hours:

24/7 online care.

Appointment:

No appointment is needed – just a smartphone, tablet or computer. Sign in to MyAtriumHealth to start your eVisit anytime.*

*Available to Atrium Health patients. eVisit is not available to patients under the age of 18.

Cost:

$35/visit

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Need Help?

Call 844-556-6736

For:

Preventing and treating illnesses with a doctor who knows your health history.

Hours:

Most offices are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Some locations are open late or on the weekend. Appointment: You will need an appointment, which can be easily scheduled online or by calling your doctor’s office directly.

Appointment:

You will need an appointment, which can be easily scheduled online or by calling your doctor’s office directly.

Make an Appointment Online

Need help?

Call 844-235-6997 for help finding a doctor

Common Flu Symptoms

Cough

Sore Throat

Runny or stuffy nose

Fever

Body aches

Questions About the Flu

What’s the difference between a cold and the flu?

It’s easy to confuse a cold with the flu since their symptoms can be so similar. Both are respiratory illnesses, but they’re caused by different viruses. People with colds are more likely to have runny or stuffy noses, while the telltale signs of the flu is that symptoms are often worse and you are more likely to have fever and chills. The flu can result in complications, so it’s best to be diagnosed early and treated by a medical professional.

If I get vaccinated, can I still get the flu?

Yes, but vaccination is the best way to protect yourself from the flu. And if you’re vaccinated and still catch the flu, the vaccine can actually help reduce the severity of your symptoms or shorten how long you’re sick.

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