Shore Crucial Care Emergency Medicine Doctors Atlantic City Kicks Off Summer With DO AC Summer Safely Event
Since when do ribbon cuttings include an inflatable lifesaver? When you’re in Atlantic City kicking off Memorial Day Weekend at a DO AC Summer Safely Event.
Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian was on hand Thursday, May 22 to help the emergency medicine physicians, nurses, clinicians and staff at Shore Crucial Care in Atlantic City stage a free daylong summer safety open house. The event included classes and demonstrations on recognizing, preventing and treating heat stroke; administering CPR; the proper use of AEDs; first aid for severe sunburns; and summer food safety hints.
Tours of the facility, which is operated by Shore Physicians Group, attracted Atlantic City police, fire fighters, lifeguards and Ambassadors, high-rise residents, jitney and taxi drivers, and casino hotel concierges.
Shore Crucial Care is located at 2015 Pacific Avenue in Atlantic City, on the ground floor of the Caesars Atlantic City Hotel and Casino self-parking garage between Arkansas and Michigan Avenues. It includes board certified emergency medicine doctors; comprehensive, on-site diagnostic equipment, including CT-Scan, Digital X-Ray, Ultrasound and an on-site laboratory; no waiting or appointments; clear, affordable, all-inclusive billing; and evening and weekend hours. Shore Crucial Care also helps patients coordinate the next step in their appropriate medical care including referral back to their primary care doctor, to a specialist, to a hospital, or to recover at home. Shore Crucial Care’s skilled healthcare professionals can assess, diagnose and, if appropriate, treat a range of conditions, including: respiratory illnesses, headaches, sore throats, sprains, colds, mild flu, shortness of breath, asthma, contusions, fractures, allergic reactions, debilitating back pain, dehydration, vomiting, facial injuries, diverticulitis, migraines, fever (any age including babies), diarrhea, low blood pressure, high blood pressure, dog and animal bites, benign positional vertigo and dizziness, infected wounds, joint dislocations, abdominal pain, gallstones, swelling, pyelonephritis (kidney infection), kidney stones, skin infections, pneumonia, mild burns, cuts, ear and eye infections, pulled muscles and coughs.
For information about Shore Crucial Care Emergency Medicine Doctors, call 609-428-4500 or visit ShoreCrucialCareAC.com.