Wound Care at UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Keystone Point Includes Treatment for a Variety of Cuts and Lacerations
UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Keystone Point offers wound care services for non-life-threatening injuries. From stitches and sutures to foreign object removal and tetanus shots, we offer comprehensive medical care for cuts, scrapes, and other similar concerns. And, with on-site X-ray capabilities, we can fully assess the extent of a patient’s injury during his or her visit, ensuring that each patient receives an accurate diagnosis and the most appropriate types of wound treatment.
For wounds that involve uncontrolled bleeding or are accompanied by a loss of consciousness, and in other critical situations, please head directly to an emergency room. For more common, less critical injuries, however, UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Keystone Point is an ideal destination for prompt and professional wound care. Our board-certified, UHealth – the University of Miami Health System physicians treat:
- Sports injuries
- Minor lacerations
- Traumatic crush injuries (such as closing a finger in a car door)
- Animal and insect bites
- Scrape wounds and abrasions
- Other non-life-threatening injuries
We provide wound care not only during normal business hours, but also in the evenings, on the weekends, and even on holidays. This means that our patients can receive wound treatment from a trusted team, precisely when they need it the most.
For immediate wound care, head to UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Keystone Point between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, or take advantage of our weekend availability. We accept most major insurance plans and do not require appointments for wound treatment.