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The only full-service urgent care with access to medical specialists in the areas of orthopedics, ophthalmology, and ​otolaryngology, among other specialties.

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The only full-service urgent care with access to medical specialists in the areas of orthopedics, ophthalmology, and ​otolaryngology, among other specialties.

Dr. Hardeman on the Annie Frey Show - 91.7 Talk Radio

Dr. Scott Hardeman answers your questions about coronavirus

Wearing a mask of any kind will be helpful for you and for the people around you.

Dr. Scott Hardeman said patients, in general, are not seeking care right now because of the current situation.

“It seems as though people are holding things back right now and reserving,” he said about the usual amount of people that come into the facility.

The doctor said almost any mask is better than nothing. We are protecting the community and slows the transition, so make a cloth mask out of anything if possible.

“Get in the habit of wearing a mask,” he said.

Annie, Ryan, and Dr. Hardeman discuss hydroxychloroquine and the benefits the drug can bring to some with severe symptoms.

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The Annie Frey Show audio is available, click here.

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About Urgent Specialists

Urgent Specialists is the creation of Dr. Robert Dean, an Otolaryngologist who trained at St. Louis University with fellow Otolaryngologist, Dr. Scott Hardeman. Together they set out to open a specialty-run, higher-level of service, acute-care center in St. Louis to transform how healthcare is delivered to address rising healthcare costs and diagnostic error.

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