While we pride ourselves in being able to treat a large variety of ailments, some emergencies require an Emergency Room to properly treat you and your symptoms.
Click on any of the ailments to learn more information on the ailments and their treatments.
Sprains and fractures can cause pain, swelling, bruising and limited movement at the site of the injury, usually a sprained wrist, twisted ankle or simple fracture. Our physicians can arrange care, perform diagnostic tests, x-rays, and provide treatment to decrease pain and prevent further damage.
Whether you’re barbecuing, camping, or even going for a jog, there’s some small potential for injury at nearly every turn. Fortunately, Atlanta Urgent Care is here to treat your minor injuries—and do it at a time that’s convenient for you.
Atlanta Urgent Care proudly offers convenient locations for you to walk-in for discreet STD testing. Our staff protects your privacy and provides a judgement-free zone, so the choice to come in for a quick test is easy.
A urinary tract infection, commonly known as a UTI, is most often a bacterial infection in any part of the urinary system including: kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. A UTI is usually treated with a course of oral antibiotics and you can expect a full recovery.
A physical exam takes an overview of your health, and providers are looking to make sure that things seem to be functioning normally. For instance, they take a visual exam of your eyes, ears, nose, and throat, and feel for lumps. They use instruments to check your reflexes and heart rate.
Cold and flu symptoms are very similar at first. Colds are typically less severe and persist for a shorter duration. A severe cold, however, can turn into something more serious, such as a sinus infection, bronchitis, or pneumonia, without proper care.
A rash is a general term for an abnormal skin outbreak. Rashes can be itchy, painful, or cause a burning sensation on the skin. Our staff can help you diagnose the issue and suggest treatments to alleviate the itch, pain, and swelling.
A PCR test is a diagnostic test via a deep nasal swab which is most accurate in detecting coronavirus infection and typically takes 1-2 days to get results. Timing may vary with lab volume and day of the week. Please note that this requires an appointment.
Our Rapid Nasal Swab Antigen Test gives you a result in 15 minutes is done via our drive thru at one of our highly conveniently located clinics. This gives you the quickest result possible. Please note that this requires an appointment.
A COVID-19 IgG Antibody Test looks for antibodies of the SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 infection. This test indicates if you had COVID-19 in the past. A blood sample is taken and sent to a lab. Results are available in 1 to 4 days. Please note that this requires an appointment.