Skip the Line with Priority Access
100+ WALK-IN LOCATIONS
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

The Wait is Over.

FastMed’s PriorityAccess makes it easy to skip to the front of the line.

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How Does It Work?

Get PriorityAccess and skip the line when you check in and register online prior to arrival.

First, find a FastMed clinic near you. To take advantage of PriorityAccess, simply locate your nearest FastMed clinic and then choose the “Check in Online” option for that location.

Next, check in online. Pick the arrival time that works best for you, and provide a few personal details, such as your name, address, and the reason for your visit. You’ll also be offered convenient options such as text message reminders and driving directions to your chosen location.

Last, e-register before you arrive. Instead of filling out the patient paperwork while sitting in our waiting room, provide this information online—from the comfort of your couch, office, local coffee shop, or wherever it’s convenient.

When You Arrive.

Let our receptionist know that you’ve signed up online for PriorityAccess. Instead of being directed to the waiting room like everyone else, you’ll be seen by a FastMed practitioner as soon as a patient room is available. It’s that’s easy.

What You’ll Need for Online Check-In. Aside from sharing a few details such as your name and address, you’ll need to have your driver’s license or another photo ID handy, as well as your health insurance card if you’ll be using insurance. Self-pay options are also available.

What Are You Waiting For?

At FastMed, prompt, compassionate care is our number one priority. Check in and e-register now to receive PriorityAccess, and you can skip the waiting room and get straight to the urgent care you need.*

Get PriorityAccess by finding your nearest location now.

Note: Online check-in is not an appointment but an estimated time for your visit.

*Patients who have critical conditions may be evaluated sooner.