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COVID-19 Testing:
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Memorial is continually evaluating services to ensure we are meeting the needs of the community. We now have a Drive-Thru Testing Center which has been set-up to meet the growing testing and screening needs to keep our community healthy and safe. COVID-19, Flu and Strep testing are available at this location every day of the week, 8am - 5pm.
Unless you have an order from a Memorial provider, an assessment will be done by our on-site provider prior to testing.

Memorial Drive-Thru Testing Center

Memorial Hospital East Parking Lot (drive-thru tent)
2701 Tieton Drive Map this address

Accepting all insurances
Open to Entire Community
Open every day, 8am – 5pm
Closed For Lunch from 12pm – 1:20pm

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Convenient Care

120 S 72nd Ave Unit 102, Yakima, WA 98908 Map this address

Accepting all insurances*
*except CHPW / Humana Medicare Advantage HMO / TriWEST

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Open 7 days a week, 7am – 7pm

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Ear Ache Treatment

An ear ache may be a symptom of a cold or an ear infection (otitis media). An ear ache from a cold is caused by the cold virus. Symptoms may include a sharp, dull, or burning pain that can range from mild to very painful. Patients may also experience pressure in the ear from trapped fluid. Difficulty sleeping, fever, and green or yellow mucus in the nose associated with a cold may also occur.

Treatment for an ear infection should have the patient feeling better within a few days. Some of the treatments your provider may prescribe include:

  • Pain relievers. A pain reliever such as Tylenol can reduce fever and ease pain. Don't give your child aspirin without a doctor's OK. Aspirin can cause serious illness in kids.
  • Antibiotics. If the doctor prescribes antibiotics, make sure your child takes all of the medicine, even if he or she seems better before it's gone. If you don't, the infection could come back.

You can also ask your provider about home remedies to ease pain. Home remedies can include placing a warm heating pad on your ear, chewing gum, sleeping with an extra pillow and sitting up as much as possible.

To learn more about ear aches, visit the Ear Ache health topic center.