How does InQuicker work?
InQuicker is not an appointment or reservation service, as the nature of ER triage does not allow for the scheduling of medical treatment.
InQuicker estimates treatment times based on facility conditions and allows its users to wait from the comfort of home, rather than the waiting room.
In the event of a projected treatment time delay, InQuicker users are sent real-time notifications via phone call and email so they can continue waiting at home.
Who should use this service?
This service is for non-life and non-limb threatening conditions only.
InQuicker is a simple and convenient way for people with busy lives to conveniently access care for minor medical needs. If you're in doubt about the severity of your condition, you should always seek immediate care. You should not use this service if you have a serious injury or an illness that include symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath; severe abdominal pain; or you have symptoms of a stroke such as dizziness, weakness, vision, disturbance, or severe headaches.
Anyone experiencing these symptoms should call 911 or immediately go to the nearest emergency room
Notice: Patients arriving 15 minutes (or more) late for their treatment, may lose their time slot to the next waiting patient. Late patients will re-schedule to a later time slot.