Traveler Assistance Services .
Calle 81 # 19 A - 38
Bogota D.C , BG DC 110221
Colombia
Teléfono: + 1 234 342 332
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What would you do if a loved one was in need of immediate medical attention?

Most people instinctively go to an emergency room; however, unless your situation is a true emergency, you are most likely going to have to wait a long time to receive treatment. As such, your best option for quick service is likely within an urgent care facility or medical clinic. Emergency medical facilities should be avoided when the medical condition is not a true emergency.

What is the best course of action for my symptoms?

The following infographic provides a list of symptoms and possible alternatives to an emergency facility.

Minor Medical Problems
Ambulatory care and Prescription Medications

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Sore throat, tonsillitis or pharyngitis, infections of the urinary tract and bladder, ear pain and infections, minor fever, cough, cold, flue, and nasal congestion

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Allergy symptoms, skin rash, ringworm and chickenpox, red eyes, lice and insect bites, minor burns, cuts and scrapes, sprains and strains.

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Call the assistance center
to get an evaluation of minor illnesses and injuries, along with treatment options. Then access medical care and any necessary prescription medications.

Minor medical problems
Urgent medical attention

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Migraines, severe back pain, vomiting and diarrhea, minor bone fractures (toes, bones in feet and hands), fever, respiratory attacks (mild to moderate).

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Strong cough, eye irritation, pinworms, parasites, mild reactions to medications (itching, rash, hives), animal bites, wounds that require stitches.

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Call the assistance center
to get an evaluation of minor illnesses and injuries, along with treatment options. Then access medical care and any necessary prescription medications.

Life-threatening conditions
Emergency room

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Loss of consciousness, chest pain, difficulty breathing, sudden loss of vision, or difficulty speaking

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Coughing up blood, vomiting blood, severe bleeding, serious burns, brain trauma, major broken bones, seizures or convulsions

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Notify our assistance center within 24 hours.
A penalty fee of $250 could apply if you visit an emergency facility for a condition that is not a true emergency.