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On the weekends and evenings or when your primary-care physician's office is closed and you need immediate care, you can use our walk in minor emergency clinic, also known as an urgent care to get treatment for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries. AFC Urgent Care has extended hours and is open 7 days a week for your convenience. The wait time to see a provider is typically half an hour or less, compared to hours of wait time in many Emergency Rooms. Employees can get back to work sooner instead of spending half the day in the ER. Patients can often see a doctor, as opposed to a nurse practitioner like when they go to a retail clinic outlet.
AFC Urgent Care and Walk-In Clinic offers x-rays, laboratory and diagnostic tests such as TB Testing, STD Testing and rapid strep assay that aren't found in retail clinic outlets. A Walk-In Clinic can treat medical problems that are not emergencies but require care within 24 hours. The primary focus is on immediate, non-life-threatening healthcare needs. Walk-In Clinic specialists have expertise evaluating and treating patients.
Some examples of conditions that can be treated at a Walk-In Clinic include minor emergency, common illnesses and injuries such as:
Another substantial benefit of a Walk-In Clinic is their discounted self-pay option for those with no insurance. A Walk-In Clinics cash pay option makes it easier for people to pay for a visit because they charge much less than an Emergency Room.
Anyone who is concerned about minor health issues or pressing health matters, like laceration injuries or a persistent cough, should visit Walk-In Clinic Phoenixville, PA AFC Urgent Care. We can prevent further complications and put your mind at ease.
If you’re dealing with a pressing, non-life-threatening medical issue and don’t want to see a doctor, urgent care could be for you. AFC walk-in clinics are able to see patients dealing with allergic reactions, broken bones, colds and flus, and much 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.
The main advantage of choosing AFC is our short wait times – often under 15 minutes. The total length of your visit will depend on what you’re being seen for, but many patients can be in and out of our clinics in around 30 minutes.