How Can I Prevent Heart Disease? During February, our thoughts turn to matters of the heart. In addition to Valentine’s Day, February is also American Heart Month, which is intended to increase awareness about heart health, heart disease prevention and symptoms of heart disease in men and…Read More
As the outbreak of a respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus known as 2019-nCoV continues to grow, FastMed wanted to share the latest information regarding the scope of the threat and what you can do to protect yourself and your family. What Is Coronavirus 2019-nCoV? Coronaviruses are…Read More
From excess pounds caused by lack of exercise and too many comfort foods, to common viruses, staying healthy in winter can be a challenge. The following winter health tips from FastMed will help you avoid the most common winter health pitfalls. What Are Some Ways to Stay Healthy and Safe at Home…Read More
From skating to skiing, January is the perfect time to enjoy your favorite outdoor sports. In honor of National Winter Sports Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month, FastMed offers the following guide to winter sports safety. How Common Are Traumatic Brain Injuries in Sports? According to the…Read More
If you are like most people, you probably added a pound or two over the holidays. The new year is the perfect time to focus on eating healthier. The following are a few tricks and healthy recipe ideas from FastMed to help get you started. What are Some Tips for Getting Started? Before trying to…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.