Walk-in Clinic Near Lealman Florida
AFC Urgent Care is a Walk-in Clinic Specializing in Non-Emergency Illness and Injury Treatments, Lab Testing, Physical Exams, X-Ray and Occupational Health Services. No Appointment Needed. Walk-in or Call (727) 201-8585.
AFC Urgent Care has a walk-in clinic near Lealman FL with accessible medical services for children up to senior patients. We accept most major health insurance including Medicare, Blue Cross and TriCare to name a few. We also offer discounted cash-pay rates for the uninsured. Check out our promotions page for deals on your walk-in clinic cost. We are open 8AM-8PM Monday to Friday and 8AM-8pm Saturday and Sunday. Walk-in or give us a call at (727) 201-8585.
Come in and visit us. Our walk-in clinic near Lealman is conveniently located off of Highway 19 North next to Rooms To Go and across from the Shoppe’s at Parkplace at address 7101 US Hwy 19 N Pinellas Park, FL 33781.
At AFC Walk-in Urgent Care near Lealman, we specialize in non-emergency illness and injury treatments for children up to senior patients, physical examinations for children’s sports, CDL US DOT physical exams and USCIS immigration medical exams.
Additionally, our walk-in clinic offers a lab onsite for STD testing, Flu, Strep Throat, TB and escreen drug testing with quick results so we can start your treatment right away.
When you are injured and think you may have fractured a bone, sprained an ankle or have back pain simply walk-in. We have x-ray services onsite with experienced medical professionals who can interpret your x-ray and provide you the necessary treatment to get you back on the road to recovery. We can also treat burns, cuts and lacerations and will provide stitches if needed.
Is It Allergies, Sinusitis or a Cold?
Diagnosing your own illness can be a difficult task year-round. Even if the weather is cold and you have a stuffy nose, sometimes cold symptoms can be misleading. At American Family Care (AFC) Walk-in Urgent Care near Lealman FL, our experienced doctors and medical professionals focus on diagnosing our patients correctly and quickly.
One of the first steps in diagnosing and treatment of a sickness versus an allergy is to know the difference between various illnesses.
Here is some more information on what may be causing those sniffles:
Colds: Symptoms are similar to allergy symptoms, but can also include a sore throat, fever, and body aches. Most colds happen over the span of a few days and clear up relatively fast.
Allergies: Symptoms include a runny or stuffy nose, sneezing, wheezing, or watery itchy eyes. Allergies are usually set off by being exposed to a specific allergen, so you’ll notice that they reoccur often, rather than hitting you hard like a cold.
Sinusitis: The symptoms of sinusitis are very specific to the nasal area. From a swollen, painful feeling around your forehead and cheeks to a very stuffy nose, the indicators of sinusitis are noticeable and can last up to four weeks. Nasal symptoms can also be accompanied by a sore throat and colored mucus.
Whether you have a cold, allergies or sinusitis, the first step to diagnosing your illness is noticing the correct symptoms. Another year-round problem that our family physicians often see is earwax build-up. Build-up of earwax is a gradual process, and often a painful one. When your ear glands make more earwax than necessary, build-up often occurs and blocks the ears. Attempting to clean out the wax can often push it deeper into the ear, causing more pain and build-up.
At our walk-in clinic near Lealman, we can help clear your earwax quickly and efficiently, with no appointment necessary. We look forward to helping you with all your illness symptoms at American Family Care (AFC).