Our rates are very affordable for self-pay patients. For insured patients, coverage depends on your plan and deductible.
Yes, we can. No appointment is needed. Just come in on a walk-in basis, and we’ll perform the physical. If there’s a required form, please bring that with you.
We perform gynecological exams when appropriate. We do not do Pap Smears.
We can do sports, camp, and school physicals. We also do pre-employment and DOT physicals.
Yes, we do.
We participate with most insurance carriers.
We treat all ages.
Yes, we do. And rest assured that we treat your medical information with a high degree of confidentiality and discretion.
The cost of each vaccine is different. You will be contacted by our medical team after you submit the Travel Vaccination Questionnaire, and they will let you know the cost of each vaccine.
For insured patients,we collect your deductible and/or your co-pay at the time of service, and then bill your insurer for you. After your insurer sends an EOB (explanation of benefits) to us, AFC Urgent Care will bill you for any balance still due.
Our staff will discuss any other recommended treatment or services, (such as an x-ray or a lab test) with you.
No, you can walk-in during our normal business hours and be seen by a physician without a long wait.
We have a standard discount for all of our rates for patients without medical insurance. The total cost of your visit depends on the services you use at our walk-in urgent care clinic. Our center offers on-site lab testing, state of the art digital X-Rays and on-site prescription medication. The costs for these services are additional, but we will always explain the cost before proceeding with any procedure so you can decide to move forward or not.
Yes, please about our Travel Medical Program
Our fees are fixed, but the amount that your insurance company covers depends on your specific plan, coverage and deductible. After your insurer produces an EOB (explanation of benefits), if there is a balance due, we will bill you for the remaining balance.
There are different ways to tell if you are having an allergic reaction. Sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, and sinus headaches are the most common. Asthma and skin rashes also happen in some cases. Ear infection, eye irritation, and muscle or joint pain are more serious. These prompt you to seek medical attention as soon as possible.
Urgent care is for conditions that require prompt attention but do not pose an immediate, serious threat to your health or life. In general, if your medical issue is life threatening call 911 or go directly to a hospital emergency room. If not, an Urgent Care Center such as AFC Urgent Care is an excellent alternative.
We specialize in fast and effective physician care, for most non-life threatening conditions due illness or injury, as well as preventive care, travel medicine, allergy testing, and employers services. We bridge the gap between a primary care physician and the ER, providing extended hours, seven days a week, with CLIA certified labs, digital x-ray, splints & braces, vaccines, prescriptions & some non-narcotic medications.
However, if you have a life-threatening condition or emergency, you should always call 911 and seek a hospital ER.
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