Drop In Medical Clinic
Drop-In Medical Clinic FAQ
A local drop-in medical clinic, like FastMed Urgent Care, is a place where anyone can receive urgent care for conditions that don’t require immediate hospitalization. Every FastMed drop-in medical clinic is open 7 days per week and maintains extended hours, so you can receive care before or after work. Just type in your zip code to find a location closest to you in Arizona or North Carolina.
Will a FastMed drop-in medical clinic take my insurance?
FastMed Urgent Care takes most major insurance plans. Check here for plans in your state.
What services does FastMed offer?
A FastMed drop-in medical clinic treats common non-life-threatening conditions, like strep throat, ear infections and sinus infections. We also do physicals, pre-employment drug testing, as well as and treat cuts, sprains and breaks. A few of the services we offer are flu shots and vaccines, occupational health services, and sports medicine.
Do I need an appointment?
No. Every FastMed is a drop-in medical clinic, so no appointment is needed. But you can use our ZipPass to check in online.
Why shouldn’t I just go to the emergency room?
FastMed drop-in medical clinic is a quick, cost-effective alternative to an emergency room if your condition isn’t life-threatening. Your wait is shorter, your bill is lower, and you free up ER staff to handle traumatic health events.
Is a drop-in medical clinic for kids and adults?
Yes. Our staff is trained in both pediatric and adult care, so if you or your child has a sudden or last minute illness or injury, we will treat him or her with exceptional care. We can suture cuts or lacerations, take x-rays. and. if needed. cast a broken bone.
Why visit a drop-in medical clinic?
At FastMed, a drop-in medical clinic means quality healthcare right in your own neighborhood. We are open when you need us – holidays and weekends, too – and operate with extended hours. For people without health insurance, we have a membership discount program to help manage the costs of your healthcare.
The content presented on this page is not intended to diagnose health problems or take the place of professional medical care.