If you’re injured and can’t get to your primary care doctor, our urgent care clinics can help. With short wait times, walk-ins encouraged, convenient locations and extended hours, our clinics help fill the gap and keep you out of the emergency room whenever possible. With treatment from our compassionate, experienced health care providers plus onsite x-ray and testing options, your visit to one of our Atlanta Urgent Care locations makes healing easy and accessible.
What Injuries Can Be Treated at Atlanta Urgent Care?
- Sprains or strains
- Animal bites
- Bug bites
- Broken bones
- Cuts or lacerations requiring stitches
- Minor burns
- Minor head injuries
- Nose bleed
- Simple fractures
- Sports injuries
- Sprained joints
- Work injuries
- Minor Motor Vehicle Accidents
When to Go to Urgent Care for an Injury
Our Atlanta Urgent Care clinics are a good option if you have a minor injury, such as a sprained wrist, twisted ankle, or simple fracture. Sprains and fractures can cause pain, swelling, bruising and limited movement at the site of the injury. Our medical team is here to promptly arrange care, perform diagnostic tests such as x-rays, when necessary, and provide treatment to decrease pain and prevent further damage. Our physicians may also recommend a specialist if you need follow-up care.
Do not go to urgent care for serious or life-threatening injuries. Call 911 or go to the emergency room for major injuries such as injury to the spine or neck, a compound fracture (a broken bone that’s protruding through the skin), or a deep laceration that won’t stop bleeding.
What Types of Testing and Treatments Are Available at Atlanta Urgent Care?
Our fully certified medical staff can perform x-rays and many other tests. With onsite access to state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, our doctors, can efficiently and accurately diagnose your injury and immediately provide treatment.
Atlanta Urgent Care locations have multiple on-site testing options available, such as x-rays. Our expert staff is able to deliver a wide array of care options, including medication, splints, wound care, stitches, IVs, shots and treatment plans.