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Some urgent care clinics are open Saturdays and Sundays. Others recommend they would not be open after 6 pm or on Saturdays, or only open during specific hours.

Care

I had the best experience with Atlanta Plus Urgent Care! Celechia Johnson and her staff went above and beyond to ensure that I felt comfortable. The entire staff were extremely professional and friendly! I would highly recommend them to anyone living in or around Sandy Springs. Thank you to all the staff that helped assist me!

On Saturday, July 10, just before 6 PM, I went to this Urgent Care location and was treated promptly and with courtesy by the staff. Kendyl Coleman, the nurse prac on duty, was empathetic and kind, as was the receptionist and the nurse who took my vitals. I'm so sorry I didn't get their names, but I'm a disheveled mess and a whole baby when I don't feel well, and they were so nice to me. I was in and out in about an hour, they sent my prescription in to my pharmacy electronically, and I'm on the road to Better! I need to talk to somebody about some health insurance, like, NOW, but their hours are so convenient and they're less than 3 miles away from my front door. I hope you stay well enough to not need an urgent care facility, but if you should ever need one, this location will take good care of you. (Source: atlantapuc.com)

Urgent

 

Atlanta Plus Urgent care clinics provide walk-in treatment for sudden or unexpected illnesses and injuries that are beyond the scope of a typical primary care practice, but don’t require a costly trip to the ER. Appointments aren’t necessary and Atlanta Plus urgent care clinics is generally open for extended hours, treating individuals of all ages. Patients can be treated, often in less than an hour, for a wide array of conditions like fevers, asthma attacks, flu, upper respiratory infections, sprains, strains, cuts, broken bones and burns.

If you need immediate treatment of a non-life-threatening illness or injury outside of normal office hours at your primary care doctor's office, or if you can't be seen soon enough by your physician, an urgent care center may be right for you. Urgent care centers provide a wide range of care in a timely manner for non-critical ailments such as infections, stings, burns, sprains, fractures, and cuts. Visiting urgent care can also save you the long wait times and high costs of emergency room care. You can usually walk-in for treatment at urgent care, but many facilities also offer appointment booking online or over the phone. At an urgent care center, you may be seen by doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, or other qualified medical professionals, depending on the type of illness or injury you have. (Source: www.caredash.com)

 

 

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