Night Doctor


Can I Visit Your Clinic If I Need to See a Doctor at Night?

Weekday or weekend, day or night, a doctor at Fast Track Urgent Care Center will provide the quality of care you need and deserve. Our offices are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week, and are strategically located to make urgent care services accessible to residents of the Tampa Bay area no matter where they live or work. Our South Tampa office on Gandy Boulevard is near MacDill AFB and Bay Point, our Carrollwood office on Gunn Highway is just a short drive away from Northdale and Lake Magdalene, and our Westchase clinic on Sheldon Road is close to Oldsmar and Town ‘N’ Country.

We treat patients age three months and older for a variety of non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. If your infant develops a sudden fever in the evening, your spouse sustains a laceration while making dinner and requires stitches, or you cannot miss an important meeting and need to have your sore throat evaluated after work, then a night doctor at Fast Track Urgent Care Center can help. We even offer in-house diagnostic services such as X-rays and lab draws, so you may be able to get in, get out, and get better without needing to visit an offsite laboratory or diagnostic imaging center.

If you need a night or weekend doctor, stop by one of our offices. To reduce – or possibly even eliminate – wait time, be sure to take advantage of our Fast Pass system that allows you to sign in online. This innovative technology makes us more than just a call ahead clinic, and could help you receive quality health care from a night doctor more efficiently than you ever thought possible.