Eczema Treatment at Miami-Dade Walk-in Centers

Have an itch or rash that won’t go away? You might have eczema, a common and chronic skin condition that can affect anyone at any age. The two most common signs of eczema are extremely dry skin and severe itching that often occurs on the face, knees, hands, or feet. For some individuals, eczema symptoms can flare up after coming into contact with specific substances that include food, pollution, humidity or stress.

How Our Urgent Care Can Help

If you’re experiencing signs of eczema, you can walk in to any nearby UHealth Jackson Urgent Care center without an appointment and be seen quickly by a UHealth – University of Miami Health System board-certified doctor.

While there is no cure for eczema, the symptoms can be managed in order to avoid complications. After reviewing your symptoms, we can prescribe medications, ointment or suggest over-the-counter remedies to help minimize itching and discomfort.

If you believe you may be having a severe allergic reaction, such as a rash accompanied by breathing difficulties or vomiting, call 911 or go directly to the nearest emergency room.

Most Common Questions

Do I need an appointment to receive eczema treatment?

No, you can walk in to any UHealth Jackson Urgent Care center without an appointment to receive eczema treatment. Click here to view the hours for an urgent care center near you. Our urgent care centers are located in Country Walk, Cutler Bay, Doral, Keystone Point, and North Dade.

What are common symptoms of eczema?

Common symptoms of eczema include dry skin, itching, red to brownish-gray patches, inflammation, cracking or scaling skin, and small, raised bumps. Itching may be worse at night.

When should I visit an urgent care center to receive eczema treatment?

If you’re experiencing eczema symptoms that occur often or signs of infection, it is recommended to see a doctor for treatment. At our urgent care center, we can help recommend medications to help reduce symptoms along with education on methods to prevent any flare-ups from reoccurring.

What are common treatments for eczema?

The most common treatments for eczema include corticosteroid creams and ointments. These treatments, made with hydrocortisone steroids, can quickly relieve itching and reduce inflammation.

How much does eczema treatment cost?

If you have insurance, your eczema treatment may be covered by your insurance plan. You may have to pay a copay and/or a deductible. If you don’t have insurance, click here to view the price to see a doctor and the additional fee for eczema treatment.

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Convenient Care

Walk in to one of five easy-to-find locations—all with plenty of parking—and our teams will strive to have you in-and-out within an hour. No appointment necessary.

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A Doctor is Always Available

We are staffed with board-certified physicians who offer world-class, same-day care at all of our urgent care locations.

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Experienced Providers You Can Trust

We’re Miami-Dade’s only urgent care network backed by an academic medical center, with doctors and experienced providers who care about your wellbeing.

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Reasonable Rates

We accept most major insurance plans and offer competitive self-pay pricing options. Click here to learn more about the cost of our services and payment options.

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Accepted Insurance

To aid with your care, we accept most major insurance plans, which offer lower copays for urgent care, as opposed to ER visits.

Self-Pay Options

If you don’t have insurance, that’s OK. You’ll pay reasonable rates based on the level of care needed. Our prices are competitive and comparable to other local providers.

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