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Walk-In EKG

Walk-in EKG Questions and Answers

EKGs can provide invaluable information about your heart’s health and strength by measuring its electrical current. We are happy to deliver EKG services to you at Immediate Care of Oklahoma! For more information, call us! We serve patients from Edmond OK, Norman (24th) OK, Norman (HealthPlex) OK, West Moore OK, I-240 & Sooner Rd OK, Yukon OK, Valley Brook OK, and Bethany OK.

Walk-in EKG Near Me in West Moore OK, Norman (HealthPlex) OK, Norman (24th) OK, Edmond OK, Yukon OK, I-240 and Sooner RD OK, Tecumseh OK
Walk-in EKG Near Me in West Moore OK, Norman (HealthPlex) OK, Norman (24th) OK, Edmond OK, Yukon OK, I-240 and Sooner RD OK, Tecumseh OK

Table of Contents:

Do urgent cares do EKGS?
What can be diagnosed with an EKG?
What should you avoid before EKG?
When should an EKG be done?

Do urgent cares do EKGS?

While not every urgent care clinic provides electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) services, there are many that do! At Immediate Care of Oklahoma, we are proud to be one of the many urgent care clinics to provide EKG services to our great patients at each of our six clinics. Our clinics possess the latest in electrocardiogram technology so that we can give you the best possible electrocardiogram service!

While we are happy to provide you with EKG services at Immediate Care of Oklahoma, we urge you to go to the emergency room if you are experiencing any symptoms of a heart attack, including any of the following:

Chest pain, experienced as uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, or fullness in the center of your chest, and can spread to your arms, back, jaw, neck, or shoulders
Cold sweat
Faintness, light-headedness, or weakness
Shortness of breath

What can be diagnosed with an EKG?

Numerous conditions can be diagnosed and monitored with the help of an electrocardiogram, including those affecting your heart, lungs, and even your electrolyte count! The following is a list of conditions that an EKG can diagnose or monitor:

Abnormal heart rhythms, also known as arrhythmias, which can be fast, irregular, or slow
Coronary heart disease (CAD), or blocked or narrow arteries that cause chest pain or a heart attack
Damaged heart muscles
Effectiveness of heart condition treatments, such as a pacemaker
Electrolyte imbalances
Enlarged heart, also known as cardiomegaly
Ischemia, or inadequate oxygen flow to the heart muscles
Lung disease
Monitor heart attack recovery or heart disease progressions
Pericarditis, in which there is inflammation in the sac that surrounds the heart called the pericardium
Previous or active heart attacks
Rule out heart disease for those about to undergo surgery

What should you avoid before EKG?

While there are no detailed preparations to take before having an EKG performed on you, you may want to avoid drinking cold water, exercising, or smoking in the hours or minutes before the test, as these can affect the readings that the EKG will give. It is also a good idea to inform the doctor about any medications or supplements you are taking before they perform the EKG service.

For any more information on what to avoid before an EKG, feel free to call our specialists at Immediate Care of Oklahoma at the clinic nearest you!

When should an EKG be done?

If you show symptoms or risk factors of heart conditions such as an enlarged heart or heart disease, it is a good time to get checked out with an EKG. Risk factors for an enlarged heart, or cardiomegaly, include high blood pressure, thyroid disorders, anemia, pulmonary hypertension, and others. Heart disease symptoms include chest pain, shortness of breath, as well as heavy or irregular heartbeats. EKGs are also done if you have a family or personal history of diabetes or heart disease.

If you are looking for a great clinic to receive quick, walk-in EKG services, we would love to see you at Immediate Care of Oklahoma. We are happy to accept walk-in appointments at all seven of our different locations, so no appointment is necessary! You can find us in Oklahoma City, Edmond, Norman, and Yukon, Oklahoma.

Our Locations


Norman (Healthplex)

  • 3321 W. Tecumseh Rd. 125, Norman (HealthPlex), OK 73072
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Norman (24TH)



  • 10616 US Highway 66 Suite 100 Yukon, OK 73099
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West Moore

  • 11808 S May Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (South OKC)
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l-240 & Sooner Rd.

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