AFC Urgent Care at Indian Trail proudly serves the 28079 zip code and other communities in Union County. Find us off East Independence Boulevard, just down the road from Walmart, next to IHOP.
Located in the southeast corner of the metro Charlotte area, Indian Trail is the largest city in Union County. This suburb was named one of the “Best Places to Live in America” by Money Magazine, offering top notch local restaurants, activities, and outdoor adventures. At AFC Urgent Care, our team wants to keep the community safe when unexpected illnesses and accidents occur. We understand that it’s not always convenient to visit your primary doctor or the emergency room, so visit us 7 days a week when you need fast, professional medical care.
With more than 38,000 residents, Indian Trail is a great Charlotte suburb for people who enjoy a quick trip to the city but love rural scenery and a suburban lifestyle. Indian Trail was also voted U.S. Top Ten “Best Places for Families” by Family Circle Magazine. Families love all the attractions, local eateries, and outdoor activities available in the area. When you’re out on the town, getting sick is the last thing you want to happen. If you or someone in your family starts feeling ill, visit our walk-in clinic with no appointment necessary. We treat common illnesses like the flu and strep throat. It’s essential to watch for symptoms of strep throat for yourself, but especially in children. Watch for symptoms like high fever, trouble swallowing, sore throat with white patches, and a swollen neck with lymph nodes. It’s essential to get strep throat treated as soon as possible to prevent worse illnesses like rheumatic fever or meningitis. The sooner you visit us at AFC Urgent Care, the sooner you start feeling better than ever.
How to stay healthy while I enjoy Indian Trail?
If you’re looking for a fun day in town, Indian Trail has several entertainment options to choose from. There are several outdoor options for a day in the sun such as Chestnut Square Park, Wise Acre Organic Farm, and Stevens Creek Nature Center. Enjoy playing in the park, horseback riding, miniature golfing, picking your own fruits and vegetables, or walking along beautiful trails. Physicians urge you to be prepared before you visit these places to do your best to prevent any injuries or accidents. Always drink plenty of water when you’re outdoors to avoid dehydration, and apply sunscreen to prevent harsh sunburns. Stay attentive and be aware of your surroundings so you can remain careful and take the appropriate precautions wherever you are.
Indian Trail has an exciting selection of indoor activities such as indoor ice skating, painting and pottery classes, and premier movie theaters. It’s essential to keep in mind ways to prevent spreading and catching contagious illnesses while you’re in public, especially indoors. Remember to wash and sanitize your hands thoroughly before and after leaving a public facility to fight against germs. It’s also helpful to keep your hands off your face as well as keeping a respectable distance from others if possible. If you have to sneeze or cough while you’re in a public place, remember to do so into your elbow so germs don’t spread far. Keep yourself and others healthy by remembering to practice these healthy habits while you’re out on the town.
At AFC Urgent Care, we understand it’s not always possible to avoid sickness and accidents. When you need help, visit AFC Urgent Care for high quality, cost-effective care. More than 70% of emergency room visits can be treated at an urgent care for a significantly lower cost. The average ER visit is $1300 while a basic urgent care visit is $100. You shouldn’t have to break the bank for top-tier medical attention, and our team will give you unbeatable care you can’t find elsewhere. Visit AFC Urgent Care 7 days a week with no appointment necessary, and we will help start feeling better in no time.
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Monday – Friday, 8am-8pm
Saturday – Sunday, 8am-5pm
Occupational Health Hours:
Tuesday – Friday, 8am-6pm
Saturday – Sunday, 8am-4pm
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