It’s almost impossible to make it through an entire calendar year without catching a cold. Sometimes that lingering cough may warrant a visit to a medical professional. At AFC Urgent Care Burlington, we provide treatment for a range of acute illnesses on a walk-in basis, so you don’t need an appointment to be seen.
We provide lab testing for a variety of illnesses, and our physicians can analyze your symptoms and vitals to make the proper diagnosis. For general, seasonal illnesses to more specific symptoms, visit AFC Urgent Care Burlington today.
General Illnesses Treated in Burlington, MA
At AFC Urgent Care Burlington, we are able to treat a variety of illnesses that affect our communities everyday. When you are feeling under the weather, but don’t want to wait for an appointment at your PCP, visit our center.
Why visit an urgent care center for seasonal illness treatment?
Getting the care you need at for your seasonal illnesses is simple at any urgent care center. Whenever a patient needs care, they can simply visit our walk-in clinic to get symptom treatment without an appointment. For example, patients that don’t have the time to get an appointment at their normal doctor’s office, they can simply visit a nearby walk-in clinic/urgent care to get started!
In addition, our urgent care center provides affordable rates for patients so they’ll only have to pay a short co-pay once they visit. AFC Urgent Care Burlington treats every patient based on their immediate needs and helps to navigate any other follow-up healthcare decision they may need.
Contact AFC Urgent Care Burlington
Our walk-in clinic is open nights and weekends, providing the convenient hours you need for times when you can’t make it to your doctor’s office, or when you want to avoid the cost and wait time of the Emergency Room. We also have low wait times, so you can be in and out, and back to your regular Routine.
Urgent care is for medical conditions that require prompt attention but do not pose an immediate threat to your health or life. Here is a simple rule of thumb: if your medical issues(s) are life threatening, call 911, or go directly to a hospital emergency room. If not, an urgent care center such as AFC is an excellent alternative.