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Children’s Urgent Care
Pediatric Urgent Care at AFC Urgent Care Waltham
Children’s Urgent Care in Waltham, MA
When your little one is feeling under the weather, you want them to feel better as quickly as possible. AFC Urgent Care Waltham provides prompt and high-quality pediatric urgent care to all patients in the area. We provide care for children starting at one year of age and can administer flu shots to infants beginning at six months. Our urgent care center has everything your child will need for any urgent medical condition.
Urgent Care Services for Children near Watertown, MA
Children often get hurt from after-school sports or are sick from being in close proximity to other kids. This leaves them more susceptible to germs. AFC Waltham offers convenient and affordable healthcare for all families in the area. Some of the common pediatric urgent care services we provide include:
Our center has all of the equipment needed to help diagnose and treat your little one’s symptoms. Don’t spend hours in the emergency room when your child can begin to feel better in no time from AFC Waltham.
Pediatric Conditions Treated near Newton, MA
AFC Waltham can test and treat as many conditions for children as we can adults. This includes cold and flu symptoms, sore throats, fevers, and more. If you have an infant younger than two months with a fever, it’s best to get them treated at the emergency room.
If a condition seems like it is an emergency, it is best to visit the hospital. If a condition is urgent but not dire, bring your child to AFC Waltham. It’s important to know the difference between conditions treatable at urgent care versus the emergency room.
Receive Pediatric Urgent Care from AFC Waltham
AFC Waltham is a walk-in urgent care center. This means you’ll never need an appointment to be seen by one of our board-certified health providers. We offer low costs so you won’t break the bank compared to the emergency room.
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.