Whether or not you’re ready for it, flu season is here. For most, influenza is a mild illness that goes away on its own, as long as proper precautions are taken. For some, however, the flu virus can be serious enough to require immediate medical intervention. Here’s how to determine when or if…Read More
A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection affecting any part of the body’s urinary system. The urinary system includes the bladder, kidneys, urethra (outflow tube from the bladder), and ureters (tubes that connect the kidneys to the bladder). UTI symptoms can range from mild pelvic…Read More
The arrival of fall also signals the arrival of flu season. There are various strains and types of flu. The types of flu that are most common can vary from year to year, which is why it is so important to get an annual flu shot at your nearest FastMed clinic. There are also various viral and…Read More
Flu season is fast approaching, so now is the time to get your annual flu vaccine and brush up on basic flu prevention techniques. The flu virus can spread rapidly in the crowded confines of a classroom or office; however, the following tips on how to prevent getting the flu at work or school can…Read More
Be Flu-less, Not Clueless Flu season is here again and if this year is anything like last year, expect it to be brutal. The 2017–2018 flu outbreak was not only widespread, but severe. Of all the U.S. areas reporting, 93% noted widespread influenza during the peak period of the season, from…Read More
FastMed’s services address a wide spectrum of urgent care, family, and sports medicine needs. In addition to providing immediate walk-in attention for an injury or illness, FastMed provides routine services including vaccines, labs & X-rays, occupational medicine, and school or sports physicals. Urgent care locations are in Arizona, North Carolina, and Texas.
FastMed clinics hold the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for accreditation in compliance with the Joint Commission’s national standards for healthcare quality and safety in ambulatory healthcare.