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Is the flu? How about strep? Oh no, what if it's COVID? Stop guessing and start getting better.
Care Close to Home.
When you're sick, the last thing you want to do is wait forever at the doctor's office. With Nomi, you can book a same-day appointment at a health clinic in your community, so you don't have to wait to see what you're sick with. We make getting care easy so you can focus on getting better.

COVID-19

Coronavirus AKA COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a virus. As much as we all wish COVID was gone forever, sadly, Miss Rona's still kickin' it. We offer vaccinations, PCR and antigen testing, monoclonal antibody treatments as well as Long-COVID support so you can fight back and get better, faster.

Symptoms vary, however, common mild-moderate COVID systems are fever or chills, cough, congestion, sore throat, fatigue, body aches, headache, loss of smell or taste, nausea or diarrhea.

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Nomi Health giving Monkey Pox Vaccine

Monkeypox

Monkeypox is a virus that spreads through prolonged physical contact with people and objects. We provide preventive vaccinations as well as safe, sanitary testing at a flat fee.

Symptoms may include fever, headache, muscle and back aches, respiratory symptoms (such as nasal congestion or coughing), and a blister-like rash.

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Patient dealing with long covid symptoms

Influenza A&B (Flu)

Have you ever heard, "Oh, it's just the flu"? Although many people only experience mild symptoms, as the 7th leading cause of death, it's important to take the flu seriously to manage the spread. We offer the newest flu vaccinations to combat this evolving virus that changes every year along with testing so that you can actually know if it's "just the flu."

Symptoms can include fever (although not everyone with the flu will have a fever), chills, cough, stuffy or runny nose, aches, and tiredness. Adults may not commonly experience but children with the flu may also have vomiting or diarrhea.

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Strep Throat

Knowing if you have a viral or bacterial infection can help you get the right treatment to get back on your feet sooner. Children and teens can develop rheumatic fever if strep is left untreated. A simple throat swab test can detect strep infection and help you get antibiotic treatment.

Most sore throats are caused by a virus, but Strep throat is an infection caused by a bacteria. Having throat pain and fever without a cough or congestion may indicate strep. Other symptoms may include swollen tonsils, red spots on the roof of your mouth, discomfort when swallowing, or swollen lymph nodes.

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Urinary Tract Infections

UTIs are not fun to say the least. Caused by an infection in the urinary system (the kidneys, bladder, or urethra) an urinary tract infection can cause different symptoms depending on where the infection originates.

Knowing if you have a UTI or not can help you know what you need to do next to start feeling relief. Our testing centers can give you fast results so you can get the treatment you need.

Symptoms could include pelvic or back pain, urge to urinate more or less constantly which hurts, nausea, vomiting, fever, and sometimes blood can appear in the urine.

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Little girl with a fever

RSV

RSV is a respiratory virus that can cause mild cold-like symptoms, however as any new mom who's searched the web in a panic when their newborn is sick knows, RSV can be serious for infants as well as older adults or those with compromised immune systems.

Most RSV cases can get better in a week or 2 with rest and care but sometimes an RSV infection, especially in infants younger than 6 months or older adults, hospitalization may be needed if they are having difficulty breathing or are dehydrated. It's best to get tested so you know what to do to protect those most vulnerable in your life.

Symptoms such as a runny nose, decreased appetite, fever coughing, sneezing, or wheezing can appear in stages.

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