When you’re in need of medical attention that treats patients 1 year or older, AFC Urgent Care Malden can be your go-to destination. We offer lower wait times than the emergency room, and we are more convenient than waiting for appointments at your primary care office. We provide quality care to improve the health and wellness of all families in the Malden area.
We understand family life can be busy, that is why you never need to make an appointments with our urgent care center. We are conveniently located and offer extended hours into the evening and on weekends. Visit AFC Urgent Care Malden for all of your family’s health needs today.
Family Urgent Care Services near Medford, MA
We offer all urgent care services to every family member, starting at age 1. We are able to provide care for all emergencies that are not life-threatening. Some of these injuries and illnesses include:
Cold & Flu Symptoms
Minor Surgical Procedures
Read more about the general urgent care services we provide seven days a week.
In addition to urgent care services, we also provide a variety of general wellness services. For any last minute vaccine or flu shot that is needed, don’t spend time waiting for doctor’s office appointments. AFC Urgent Care Malden provides annual physicals, sport & camp physicals, DOT physicals, and more for all members of the family.
AFC Urgent Care Malden knows your family can be busy so we are open 7 days a week. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8AM-8PM, and Saturday & Sunday 8AM to 5PM.
Appointments are never necessary and we always encourage walk-ins. There is rarely a wait time, which sets us apart from primary care doctors and ERs. You will always be seen by an experienced physician in little-to-no wait time.
Our offices are conveniently located at 219 Centre St in Malden. We are accessible on the MBTA Orange Line off the Malden Center stop.
For more information on our urgent care services, call us at 781-322-7300.
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.