NextCare Urgent Care: Fayetteville
- STD & Lab Testing
- Immunizations & Vaccinations
- Occupational Medicine
- Carolina Access
- United Healthcare
Bringing Convenient Urgent Care to Fayetteville, NC
Waiting in the lobby of a doctor’s office, or worse an emergency room, is just not an option when you want relief from illnesses or minor injuries. NextCare Urgent Care in Fayetteville is here to meet your immediate needs with convenient extended hours and a great central location. You can use our WAHOO online check-in service to skip the lobby and wait where you’ feel most comfortable. We’ll text or call when you’re next in line.
Whether you need to get a sports physicals for your little athlete, or flu shots for the entire family, NextCare in Fayetteville is open late on the weekends to better accommodate your schedule.
“Instead of waiting 3-4 hours at the ER at WOMAC or Cape Fear, you can come here and be seen here very quickly. They are the only urgent care I know of that is open till midnight on the weekends. It is rarely busy then, and you get in and get out. Nextcare also accepts Tri-care which is awesome! I highly recommend this place!”
“The doctor was extremely understanding, very courteous, and I would recommend her highly to anybody needing medical care. I felt like she cared about my suffering and she had a great attitude. You can tell that she is one of those doctors that became a doctor for the right reasons. There just isn’t enough of her kind around anymore!”
From our NextCare family to yours, we wish you a safe and healthy Holiday Season. Nobody wants to get sick on a Holiday. And if you do, you want fast & quick medical care. That’s why many NextCare clinics nationwide will be open on December 24th & 25h, and January 1st. See below for a listing of… Read more »Read more
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