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Why Come See Us
Walk-In Clinic for Urgent Care & Family Practice Near Havertown, PA – Why Come See Us?
Immediate Medical Care When You Need it From Board Certified Doctors– Quality, Quick & Convenient
Are you not feeling well? Have an injury that you just can’t quite shake? Feel like you need to see a doctor to get some answers. Here are some great reasons to visit AFC Urgent Care Havertown today:
Our urgent care center is open seven days a week with extended hours during the weekdays. Our weekend hours allow you to visit us when it is most convenient for you. There’s no need to take a day off of work to receive urgent care or speak to one of our doctors.
Are the appointment slots at your primary care doctor gives you unworkable with your schedule? No appointment is needed at our medical clinic. Be seen quickly instead of waiting countless hours in a local emergency room.
Our urgent care center takes most major insurances. Visit our insurance page for a complete list. Are you currently uninsured? Don’t worry! Our self-pay rates are very affordable, far better than what you’d likely pay for an emergency room visit.
Our doctors are board-certified and have amazing medical staff assisting them throughout the day. Their combined years of experience allows them to treat a variety of nonlife-threatening illnesses and injuries.
Get In and Out Fast
We aim to treat you promptly. While times can vary depending on patient volume and acuity, our goal is to have you in and out within an hour.
“One Stop Shop"
Other than providing immediate medical care, we offer a wide array of over services. In fact, we provide more services than many primary care physicians. For example, you can get x-rays taken here, lab tests processed, and medications filled in a single visit. There’s no need to make other stops throughout the day to feel better.
Questions about our services? Call our friendly staff today at (484) 452-9400. We look forward to meeting you!
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.