Charlotte Urgent Care Walk-In Clinics
You never need an appointment at any of our Charlotte area AFC locations. Most patients are seen in under an hour. Entrust your health to our team!
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 Procedure 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!
8am-8pm Monday through Friday and 8am-5pm on weekends
Occupational Health Hours:
8am-6pm Tuesday through Friday and 8am-4pm on weekends
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