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AFC Urgent Care Narberth is available seven days a week to help treat you if you are suffering from a non-life threatening injury or illness. Our walk-in urgent care center can diagnose and address many of the medical issues people take to a local emergency room. Our walk-in urgent care center is a cost-effective alternative to the emergency care you would receive at a local hospital. Not only will you save money, but often the visit time at our urgent care clinic is less than an ER. Our clinic is staffed with board-certified doctors and experienced staff. We can treat you for many of the things you would take to your primary care doctor with no appointment ever needed. Not only do we administer urgent medical care, but we also have many services available on a walk-in basis in Narberth!
The fee you must pay to see a doctor at our walk-in clinic is set by your insurance company. It is usually printed on your insurance card next to the fee to visit the emergency department of a hospital. In most cases, the cost to be seen by a doctor at AFC Urgent Care Narberth is less than visiting an ER for emergency medicine. This fee can be higher if you need additional diagnostic services like lab work or x-rays. Some health insurances will cover these services; others will not. Check with your insurer for the details of your coverage. We will do our best to review with you all the possible charges before we begin. Our clinic will submit all claims to your insurance company and can provide you with additional paperwork and records of your visit if you need to make a claim on your own.
Please note that if you are coming to our clinic for an everyday service and not urgent care, like a physical, the fee will likely be less.
Treatment is available if you are uninsured in Narberth. We offer discounted self-pay rates at our walk-in clinic and the fee to see a doctor is $125. The total bill for your visit to our clinic will be dictated by the services you are seeking and need at our facility. Our staff will go over with you all the fees and costs before we begin treatment. Payment in full will be required before we start any services.
AFC Urgent Care Narberth is not a free clinic, and we must receive payment in full before we begin treatment. Please check with the county department of health for any free clinics in the Narberth area.
Our walk-in clinic in Narberth can treat you or a family member for a variety of medical problems. Some of the most common illnesses and injuries we treat include fractures, sprains, strains, cuts, and upper respiratory illnesses. Please note that Grade 3 sprains and strains, where the muscle and ligament have completely torn, and complex and open fractures, where the bone has penetrated the skin, must be seen by a specialist or taken to the emergency room. However, those with minor fractures, sprains, strains, cuts, and illnesses can easily be treated at our walk-in clinic and do not need the attention of an emergency room doctor. They can be treated today with less wait time than you would experience in an emergency room.
AFC Urgent Care Narberth also has an onsite lab and x-ray available seven days a week to you and our doctors for their diagnoses. You can walk-in to receive a flu test, strep throat test, or an x-ray with no appointment needed. Instead of waiting for your primary care physician to be available to complete these diagnostic tests, get them started immediately at our clinic. We can provide you with a full report of any test results and can forward them to your regular doctor upon request.
AFC Urgent Care Narberth’s walk-in clinic is located at 934 Montgomery Ave Narberth, PA 19072. We are open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 8 pm. We are also open Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to 5 pm. Do you have questions about our services or if we accept your insurance? Call our friendly staff today at (484) 270-8600
With state-of-the-art centers and a professional medical team, AFC provides on-site X-rays, labs, procedures, and more!
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.