More than 50 walk-in locations

Norovirus is a very contagious stomach virus that can be transmitted through contaminated food, water and contact with infected surfaces. Staying hydrated is a crucial part of recovery after contracting norovirus. Steps for how to stay hydrated with norovirus include drinking liquids. Avoid sports drinks that are high in sugar and stick to water or a hydrator such as Pedialyte. A hydrator can replenish your body with electrolytes and other nutritious vitamins.

See a doctor if your symptoms continue especially in infants or the elderly who are more susceptible to dehydration. FastMed Urgent Care can provide quick hydration techniques and also reduce nausea and stomach pain in less than one hour’s time. Our walk-in clinic is open 365 days a year with extended hours and takes most insurance. Visit for a clinic near you.

About FastMed

FastMed Urgent Care owns and operates nearly 200 centers in North Carolina, Arizona and Texas that provide a broad range of acute/episodic and preventive healthcare services 365 days a year. FastMed also provides workers’ compensation and other occupational health services at all its centers, and family and sports medicine services at select locations. FastMed has successfully treated more than six million patients and is the only independent urgent care operator in North Carolina, Arizona and Texas to be awarded The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for quality, safety and infection control in ambulatory healthcare. For more information about locations, services, hours of operation, insurance and prices, visit

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