Feeling lousy and need medical care, quickly? Whether it's virtual urgent care, a scheduled video visit, at-home care, a visit with your primary care doctor, or treatment in the emergency room, RUSH is here to help.
Take this quiz to test your knowledge of RUSH care options and visit Rush On Demand to learn more.
True or False: If you have shortness of breath, you should go to the ER.
If you’re experiencing shortness of breath, please go directly to the nearest emergency department, or call 911.
True or False: If you have pain when urinating, you can see a doctor through virtual care.
You can talk to a health care provider through an on-demand video visit if you have pain when urinating.
True or False: If you have a minor injury like a sprained ankle, you absolutely must go to the ER.
Rush virtual care providers can examine and treat minor injuries over video. If they believe your injury is more severe, they can guide you on next steps. DispatchHealth can also come to you and provide care in the comfort of your own home.
True or False: If you think you might have COVID-19, you should go to the ER.
If your symptoms are not severe, you can treat COVID-19 at home. If you have questions or need a test, talk with a Rush On Demand provider through an on-demand video visit and get the advice you need from home.
You typically don't need to visit the ER if you're experiencing occasional heartburn or indigestion. What can frequent heartburn or indigestion be a symptom of?
Heartburn or indigestion are common conditions that many people experience, but if you experience them more frequently, you may have gastroesophageal reflux disease (acid reflux). Rush On Demand providers can give you treatment advice over video and refer you if needed.
True or False: Constipation and diarrhea symptoms mean you immediately need to be seen by a provider in person.
Depending on the severity of your constipation or diarrhea, you may not need to see a provider in person. Rush On Demand providers can give you health advice over video and even send you prescriptions for constipation or diarrhea, if needed.
If your symptoms are severe or have lasted longer than three days, you should see a provider in person. DispatchHealth providers can give you in-person treatment at home.
True or False: A runny nose is something you can talk to a provider about over video.
True or False: Vomiting always means that you need to visit the ER.
You do not necessarily need to visit the ER if you are vomiting. If you're vomiting and not sure why, you can talk with a Rush On Demand provider over video, or call DispatchHealth and have experienced medical providers come to you. If your vomiting worsens or continues, you should see a provider in person.
True or False: Fevers can be treated from home with over-the-counter medications.
If you have a fever, but overall can provide self-care, you can take over-the-counter medications like acetaminophen to help reduce it.
You correctly answered 5 out of the 9 questions.
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NOTE: This tool is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Answers will not be saved or reviewed. If you're experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or your local emergency service.