urgent care

Physician's Assistant Jen McGetrick checks the blood pressure of Robin Davis, of Ballston Spa, right, in an exam room at Scotia-Glenville Family Medicine in Ballston Lake on Tuesday, December 30, 2014. Local primary care practices are seeing a rise of walk-in hours and extended hours for patients. Photo by Patrick Dodson/Gazette Photographer

Walk-in clinics address need for immediate care

BY BETHANY BUMP Gazette Reporter CAPITAL REGION — In this age of immediacy, people ask questions and get answers as fast as their fingers can find a keyboard. They get groceries delivered to their homes. Automatic refills on their medications….