Do You Treat Children at Your Immediate Care Facilities in the Tampa
Our immediate care facilities in the Tampa Bay area see patients ages three months and older. Whether your infant has developed a sudden fever, your toddler has fallen off the preschool’s jungle gym, or your teen is exhibiting flu-like symptoms, your child can receive the quality medical care he or she deserves from the board-certified providers at Fast Track Urgent Care. Our offices in South Tampa, Carrollwood, and Westchase are open between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., seven days a week, so you can visit one of our clinics just about any time your child needs medical care.
We treat a number of non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries, including strep throat, rashes, fevers, ear infections, diarrhea, bone fractures, lacerations, and minor burns. In-house X-rays, blood draws, and other diagnostic services allow many of our patients to receive the treatment they need without visiting an off-site laboratory, diagnostic imaging center, or – in some cases – even the emergency room. As a result, your child can get in, get out, and get better as efficiently as possible.
Click here for directions to our South Tampa walk in clinic on Gandy Boulevard, our office in Carrollwood on Gunn Highway, or our Westchase immediate care clinic on Sheldon Road. Before visiting one of our offices, be sure to take advantage of our Fast Pass system that allows you to sign in ahead of time.