Urgent Care for Rashes

Rashes are an area of the skin that is irritated and swollen, often accompanied by a noticeable raising of the skin and redness. Generally, a skin rash is an acute reaction of the body. In some cases, though, it can indicate a chronic condition. Depending on the type of rash, symptoms can vary, but the following are some symptoms that are common to most:

  • Drainage
  • Itchiness
  • Oozing
  • Pain
  • Raised skin
  • Redness
  • Scaling
  • Tenderness

In children, rashes can form because of ringworm, or acne, depending on your child’s age. It is often treated with antihistamine medications to help avoid scratching and itching.

Bayside Urgent Care Center is located in Clearwater, Florida, and we’re always accepting new patients. No appointments are necessary.


When to Seek Treatment

A doctor should see rashes that don’t go away within a few days. Come to Bayside Urgent Care Center to get treatment from one of our medical professionals. We can examine it and determine if you require further testing and will give our recommended treatment plan. Treatment could include prescription creams, ointments, or corticosteroids.


What to Bring When You Visit

Know your family medical history and be prepared to give this information to the doctor. Be ready to tell us about any medications you take (including vitamins and supplements), as well as any past illnesses and surgeries. We may also need your primary care doctor’s phone number and address if we need to transfer records.


Does Bayside Urgent Care Accept Insurance?

Yes. We accept Medicare and most major insurance carriers. If you are underinsured, uninsured, or prefer to pay out-of-pocket, our services are reasonably priced, and we offer flexible payment plans.


Bayside Urgent Care Center Can Help You with Your Skin Rash

Our center is located in Clearwater, Florida, conveniently situated to Largo, Belleair, Dunedin, Indian Rocks Beach, and Tampa. If you are experiencing symptoms detailed above, visit our office or call.

*Urgent care is not a substitute for emergency care. Always head to the nearest emergency room or call 911 if you are experiencing very serious or life-threatening problems. Read What is Urgent Care for more information.