We accept patients 3 months of age and older and offer special discounted pricing to our un-insured patients. Our self-pay time of service visits are $125. Procedures, x-rays, lab studies, immunizations and in-office medications are additional. Prices for these services are listed below (click on item for a detailed list).
Your health is very important to us at Fast Track Urgent Care. We are dedicated to ensuring that you receive the right care at the right place at the right time. Certain medical conditions should always be treated in an Emergency Department. Please call 911 or go directly to the Emergency Department if you are concerned about a life threatening condition.
This is one of our most common complaints. A cough can stem from viral or bacterial infections, but also from allergies, asthma, heartburn, medications and many other causes. We will educate you about the reason for the cough, when to use antibiotics, and when another treatment is appropriate. Our board-certified providers evaluate and treat patients based on their findings. If necessary, a chest x-ray, lab studies and nebulizer treatments can be performed on-site.
Sore throats often go hand in hand with a cough and are a frequent complaint. There may be numerous causes. Our providers help you identify the source and get you feeling better. If needed, we can perform lab testing on-site.
We routinely treat both middle and outer ear infections. We can help determine the cause and get you, your child or other family member on their way to feeling better.
We frequently see and treat conjunctivitis, styes, corneal abrasions and foreign bodies of the eye. With the help of our state-of-the-art panoptic ophthalmoscopes, our board-certified providers can help diagnose and treat many common eye problems.
More often than not, patients know when they have a UTI. However, it is imperative to find out whether it has gone to your kidneys and whether or not something else is causing the pain. We can perform a urinalysis in the office and culture the urine to give you a definitive answer and prescribe the appropriate treatment.
Many things can lead to these symptoms. Food poisoning, gastroenteritis or it could be something more serious. We can get to the root of your discomfort. If necessary, we can perform blood work, administer IV fluids on-site and order a CT scan if necessary.
Cold examinations begin with a detailed history and exam. Though we give antibiotics when needed, we put an emphasis on treating the symptoms. We have x-ray and breathing treatments on-site if needed to help you feel your best as soon as possible.
Our providers commonly treat Psoriasis, Pityriasis, Tinea, Cellulitis, Shingles, Roseola and Scarlet Fever. Through a complete history and exam, we’ll get to the source of your rash and get rid of the itch or blot out the red.
Our facilities are equipped with on-site digital x-rays. Our board-certified providers read your x-rays in house, and in most cases we perform an additional over-read by a board certified radiologist. We can help you determine whether it is a sprain or a break, and if necessary, we can splint the affected limb and assist with your referral to an orthopedist.
A temperature in a child 3 months old is treated far differently than that of a man in his thirties. We will do a complete exam and take a thorough history to uncover the cause of the fever and treat it appropriately. Along the way we will discuss warning signs and what to watch out for.
We perform drug screens for DOT and Worker’s Comp.
We perform physicals for school, sports, employment and DOT. The cost of a physical depends on the type. School/sport physicals for patients under 18 are $40. DOT and work physicals are $125. If your physical requires special testing, such as audiology and spirometry, please call ahead to ensure we can accommodate your needs.
We commonly repair small cuts up to several inches long. If the cut involves a tendon or important underlying structure, we can refer you to a specialist. Most simple laceration repairs are $225 for self-pay patients at time of service. For complicated lacerations involving deep tissue or requiring buried sutures there is an additional charge. You will be notified prior to any treatment.
People often confuse deep skin infections for spider bites. When these get big, antibiotics alone will not fix the problem; the infection must be drained. Sometimes the wound is packed with antibiotic containing cloth to help it heal quicker. This procedure is $150 for self-pay patients at the time of service.
A bit of glass from a broken window. A needle from a palm tree. Lots of things can get stuck in your skin. If necessary, we can order an x-ray to locate the object. Once found, the area is numbed and the object is removed with a scalpel and forceps. Your tetanus shot will be updated if needed and antibiotics may be prescribed.
We commonly treat minor burns in our clinic. As part of our treatment, we discuss wound care and treatment, how to minimize scarring, prescribe antibiotics if appropriate and update immunizations if needed. If no removal of burnt tissue is required, there is no additional cost other than the office visit and tetanus shot. If removal of the tissue is needed, cost will vary from $99 to $211 depending on the size and severity of the burn. The patient will be informed of the cost prior to any procedure being performed.
We have digital x-ray on-site, which is read by one of our board certified providers on duty. As an added service, we typically transmit our images to be over-read by a board-certified radiologist as well. We routinely diagnose fractures, pneumonia and other ailments visible with x-ray. X-rays are $100 for self-pay patients at time of service.
Splints are used to allow for the initial swelling as a result of a fracture. Once the swelling stops, an orthopedist will usually place a cast. Splints are $61 to $152 for self-pay patients at time of service.
We have EKG machines on-site at all times. If there is any concern for cardiovascular disease we may still refer a patient to a hospital emergency department for further evaluation. EKGs are $35 for self-pay patients at time of service.
We have nebulizers available for when breathing treatments are needed to help you breath easier. These treatments are $25 for self-pay patients at time of service.
Influenza can be unpredictable in its severity and outcome. If you have ever had it, you know it is more than a cold. The first step in helping you feel better, is determining if you have it. In those cases where it is uncertain, we can perform a test right in the office. This test is $50 for self-pay patients at time of service.
Sometimes a sore throat isn’t from strep, it’s mono. More than 90% of the population has been exposed to mono, and it usually shows itself in adolescents. While treatment is mostly limited to addressing the symptoms, patients with mono should refrain from contact sports for six weeks. We can test for mono in the office on-site. This test is $25 for self-pay patients at time of service. If necessary, we can send additional blood work to the lab for confirmation.
Rapid strep testing is used to determine if streptococcus bacteria is causing your sore throat. This type of bacteria can also cause other symptoms such as fever, rash and GI upset. In some cases strep can lead to more serious complications. This test is $50 for self-pay patients at time of service.
This test is used to determine the underlying cause of a fever or cough in a child. Usually self-limiting, RSV can be very serious in young children or in individuals with a history of breathing problems. This test is $30 for self-pay patients at time of service.
This test helps to test for dehydration, diabetes, liver function and infection. It is commonly ordered to evaluate vomiting, diarrhea or symptoms of urinary tract infection. This test is $25 for self-pay patients at time of service.
This test is commonly ordered if a patient complains of nausea or missed/irregular periods. This test is $20 for self-pay patients at time of service.
Used to evaluate the level of blood sugar, a glucose test is also frequently used to assess for diabetes and other conditions. This test is $15 for self-pay patients at time of service.
This test is used to evaluate anemia and may be ordered when patients complain of fatigue or dizziness. This test is $15 for self-pay patients at time of service.
This test is used to look for blood in the stool. Common causes of blood include infection and neoplasm. This test is $10 for self-pay patients at time of service.
If you end up needing labs our clinic does not offer, we can draw straight from our office, saving you a trip to the lab. Pricing for individual labs will be provided to self-pay patients prior to blood draw.
While your primary care doctor typically handles most vaccinations, we have the ability to give tetanus, hepatitis, influenza, MMR, HiB and Tdap. If there is an additional fee for these services, we will let you know prior to your visit.
The discounted time of service price is subject change.
Urinary Tract Infections
Nausea, Vomiting and Diarrhea
Drainage of Abscess
Removal of Foreign Body
Rapid Strep Testing
Urine Pregnancy Test
Stool Guaiac (Blood)
The discounted time of service price is subject to change.
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