Yes, all of our clinics in the Tampa Bay area treat children age three-months and older. At Fast Track Urgent Care Center, we understand that children often become ill or injured at the least convenient times. That is exactly why all of our clinics are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. If your toddler needs stitches on a Saturday afternoon, your grade-schooler develops a sudden fever in the evening, or your teenager has a sore throat that needs to be examined before he or she goes to school one morning, you can count on the board-certified providers at our clinics in Tampa.
We treat many of the non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries that commonly affect children, including ear infections, rashes, fevers, diarrhea, minor burns, lacerations, and even bone fractures. We also perform a variety of diagnostic services inside of our Tampa clinics, including lab draws, flu tests, rapid strep tests, and X-rays, preventing many of our patients from needing to visit an off-site laboratory, diagnostic imaging center, or – in some cases – even the emergency room.
No matter where you reside in the Tampa Bay area, one of our clinics is just a short drive away. Click here if you need directions to our South Tampa clinic on Gandy Boulevard, our Carrollwood clinic on Gunn Highway, or our Westchase clinic on Sheldon Road. Before you visit any of our clinics in the Tampa Bay area, be sure to take advantage of our Fast Pass system that allows you to sign in ahead of time.
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