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West Islip Family Care
Family Care in West Islip
Pediatric and Adult Urgent Care Clinic Open Seven Days a Week
AFC Urgent Care West Islip is the go-to healthcare facility for families who want high-quality family medicine and pediatric care for every family member in one place. Our talented medical providers are capable of treating any non-life-threatening injury or illness in patients of all ages. Whether your infant has a fever or your elderly parent has broken a bone, we can help diagnose and treat any ailments your family encounters. Appointments are not required.
Family medicine services offered at AFC Urgent Care West Islip include:
Illness treatment: Whether you have a bad cold, strep throat, the flu, or any other non-life-threatening illness, our family care physicians are here to provide caring treatment.
Immunizations and flu shots: If you need shots for school, immigration paperwork, work, travel, or for any other reason, we have plenty of vaccines on hand for your needs.
On-site lab testing and x-rays: We are proud to provide our own on-site lab testing services, so you can get faster diagnoses and treatment for illnesses and injuries.
Preventative care: Why wait until there’s a crisis? We offer Routine checkups, wellness physical exams, weight management training, STD testing, flu shots, and more to ensure your optimal health.
Urgent Care services: Whether you think your child just broke a bone or you have a “bug" you can’t shake, stop into our walk-in urgent care clinic for immediate treatment of non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries.
No matter what brings you to us at AFC Urgent Care West Islip, you can count on us for the best possible care. We accept walk-ins and take most forms of health insurance.
We offer family care services you can trust, seven days a week, and with extended hours. We accept most forms of health insurance. Call no: (631) 400-3430.
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.