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At AFC Urgent Care Short Hills, we understand that employees are likely to experience some injuries, slips, and falls while on the job. We aim to make the most accessible, high-quality, and efficient urgent care experience for treating sudden work injuries and worker’s compensation treatment:
When injuries happen on the job, it can become a major setback for productivity flow. For those minor mishaps that happen out in the field, AFC Urgent Care Short Hills has you covered to get your employees back to work in no time.
Our walk-in urgent care center is here to treat a number of work-related injuries such as:
We work with businesses large and small to get your employees back on their feet and back on the job after their recovery. We are fully equipped with an on-site lab and x-ray system to diagnose and treat your injuries all under one roof.
We also work with a number of health insurances, and we provide low-cost care for self-pay patients.
The types of injuries that we treat at AFC Urgent Care Short Hills for local urgent care patients include the following:
Our walk-in urgent care center is the perfect emergency room alternative for those moments when you want to avoid a hefty hospital bill from the hospital. We are also open seven days a week with convenient hours, so you don’t have book an appointment with your provider and delay your medical care. While we always accept and cater to our walk-in patients we also provide online booking.
X-rays do use small amounts of radiation, but they’re generally safe for adults and children. That being said, there are some cases where they can be damaging – to developing babies, for instance. Your AFC provider will take your circumstances into account and answer your unique questions about safety.
Your local AFC team can help you answer that question when you contact them. If you’ve experienced a fall or other injury and are in pain, an X-ray could help determine the best course of treatment. They’re also used in a variety of other circumstances.
At AFC, we always strive to get you in and out as quickly as possible, and the X-ray itself should only take around 15 minutes