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Sick Visits & Acute Care 

When you or a loved one fall ill, you want to be seen by a compassionate, patient-focused physician that will take the time to listen to your concerns. At emergency rooms and urgent care centers, copays are often high, waits are long, and you don’t get to speak to a doctor that has established a trusted relationship with you. We’re here to fix that. 

As independently-owned family medicine practitioners, Bartolomucci Family Medicine values patient comfort and satisfaction. We aim to build long-term relationships with patients of all ages, from childhood to the senior years. By getting to know you and your medical history and current lifestyle, we can identify potential causes for your illness, and come up with individualized treatment plans that will work for you. 

You no longer have to search online for ‘primary care doctor near me’ when you become a patient with Bartolomucci Family Medicine. We are here to make sure you and your family get the compassionate, quality acute care you deserve. Request an in-office or telehealth appointment online, or call our office today!


Sick Visits / Acute Care

Sick Visits In Greensburg, PA

Rapid Strep & Flu Testing

At Bartolomucci Family Medicine, we are fully equipped to diagnose and treat all age groups when they are sick or injured. We also offer rapid flu testing and rapid strep testing so you can get diagnosed and treated for the flu and strep throat more quickly.  

Rapid Flu Testing

Rapid flu tests are designed to detect the parts of the influenza virus that trigger an immune response within the body. The doctor will run a cotton swab along the back of your throat or up your nose, and immediately send the sample for testing. Results are ready in approximately 10 to 15 minutes.  

Rapid Strep Testing

This type of test can detect the presence of the streptococcus bacteria, which is responsible for strep throat. Strep throat is most common among 5 to 10 year old children. The doctor will quickly swab the back of the throat with a long cotton swam and immediately send the sample to be tested. Results are typically ready in just 10 minutes. 

Acute Care Clinic Near Me 

Personalized & Prompt Treatment

When it’s time to schedule an acute care or sick visit, it’s important to speak with a physician that won’t rush you out the door. Dr. Kevin Bartolomucci and physician assistant Rebecca Bartolomucci are a husband and wife team that have devoted themselves to family medicine since 2012. Our continuing mission is to listen, educate, and provide personalized treatment options for each and every one of our patients over the long term. As a small practice, we take pride in our ability to devote ample one-on-one time to you, and want to make your visit with us as comfortable and stress-free as possible. Put your ‘urgent care near me’ searches to rest and schedule an appointment with us online to get the acute care you deserve. 


Frequently Asked Questions 

What is a sick visit?

A sick or acute care visit occurs when you need a doctor to diagnose and treat an acute illness or health concern such the flu, a rash, or persistent abdominal pain.

What do doctors typically treat during a sick visit?

During a sick visit, a doctor will diagnose and treat non-urgent health issues such as: 

  • Common cold
  • Influenza
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Stubborn coughs
  • Sprains and strains
  • Urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • Tick bite
  • Sinus infections

When should I bring my child in for a sick visit?

If your child is experiencing any one of the following symptoms, we encourage you to bring them into our office for a sick visit:

  • A fever between 104.0°F and 105.0°F
  • A fever combined with severe pain
  • A fever combined with a sore throat that lasts over 1-2 days

Do I have to come into the office if I am sick?

Not necessarily, we conveniently offer telehealth services to our patients that would prefer to stay at home. However, we may determine that your best bet is to be evaluated in person depending on your symptoms or pain levels.