Although flu shots are recommended at almost any age, they are especially important for those susceptible to flu-related complications. Children under the age of five, adults over 65, and those with weakened immune systems are especially vulnerable. Flu complications include pneumonia,…Read More
Syphilis is a bacterial infection usually spread through sexual contact. Early syphilis can be cured with a single injection of penicillin. Left untreated, the bacteria may remain dormant for decades, eventually impacting the body’s major organs. If you’ve had sexual contact with someone who…Read More
Labor Day is a chance to celebrate the unofficial end of summer with one last road trip, family barbecue, or a day at the lake. Our Labor Day safety tips will help you and your family celebrate without having an unexpected trip to urgent care. What Are the Main Dangers I Should Consider When…Read More
Trichomoniasis is a common sexually transmitted disease that can affect anyone who is sexually active. Although almost 4 million Americans are believed to be infected, nearly 70% do not develop symptoms and unknowingly pass the disease to a partner. What Causes a Trichomoniasis Infection? …Read More
Vaccinations are the most effective way to protect your family against deadly diseases ranging from whooping cough to influenza. The following information from FastMed will help you determine where to get vaccinated and prepare you for your vaccine clinic visit. When Should I Take My Child to a…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.