AFC Urgent Care South Charlotte
AFC Urgent Care of Gastonia, NC
AFC Urgent Care of Indian Trail, NC
AFC Urgent Care of Monroe Road, NC
AFC Urgent Care of Ballantyne
AFC Urgent Care of Mooresville
AFC Urgent Care is currently experiencing high patient volumes due to the most recent spike in COVID-19.
All patients without COVID symptoms, wanting a COVID test, must register for a time-slot using our website. Your time-slot does not guarantee you will be seen at that specific time, We are experiencing long wait-times, please be patient with our staff. Please note ALL COVID testing patients must be seen by one of our medical providers, we are not a mass COVID testing site.
We are still accepting walk-in sick visits and also accepting walk-in patients with symptoms of COVID. However walk-in volumes are extremely high. Depending on the number of patients currently being seen and rooms occupied, you may be waiting outside for longer than average times. We are moving as quickly as we can, your understanding and patience is much appreciated.
Please note new hours above.
Offering Molecular Rapid COVID-19 testing, with a reservation. Time slots must be reserved by following the Testing Information in the link below.
Testing cost is covered by in-network insurance and non-insured patients by order of the medical provider. Patients should check to make sure insurance plan is in network. We also provide testing for those without insurance through the Cares Act.
Patient safety is our top priority. AFC has implemented a number of protocols and safety measures to keep patients with urgent care needs in a safe environment.
Patients with Non-Covid-19 urgent care needs will check in at the front desk, and be directed on where to wait until it is time to see the provider.
RAPID STREP &
Rapid Strep and Flu testing is available at AFC Urgent Care of North Carolina with results in as little as 15 minutes.
There is no appointment required for Rapid Flu or Strep Testing.
Urgent Care Walk-In Clinic in North Carolina
You never need an appointment at our AFC Urgent Care of North Carolina locations and an experienced medical provider is always on-site. Most patients are seen in under an hour.
X-Ray On Site
Each of our AFC Urgent Care clinics are equipped with a modern digital x-ray and licensed x-ray technician. X-rays are taken in a matter of minutes. Breaks, Sprains, Bronchial, Stomach ailments come to AFC and skip the ER wait.
Labs On Site
AFC Urgent Care offers a wide variety of lab work available to patients. The majority of our labs results come back within minutes and we can provide treatment same day.
In every AFC Urgent Care there is a designated Operating room to handle basic stitches/sutures, glue or staples and provide patients with needed IV treatments.
The average cost of the ER is 60% more expensive than these same services delivered in an Urgent Care.
Convenient & Efficient Facilities
On average, patients spend 2-4 hours in the ER vs the 1 hour at Urgent Care. Our state-of-the-art facilities are held to superior standards of cleanliness, professionalism, and “patient-first” attitude.
Open 7 Days A Week!
Monday – Friday, 8am-8pm
Saturday – Sunday, 8am-5pm
Occupational Health Hours:
Tuesday – Friday, 8am-7pm
Saturday – Sunday, 8am-4pm
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