Does Your Urgent Care Facility Treat Injuries?
The board-certified providers at our urgent care facility treat a variety of non-life-threatening injuries. You can count on Fast Track Urgent Care to provide wound care for minor burns, splinting for bone fractures, and sutures for lacerations.
We treat patients age three months and older, so you and your loved ones can receive the quality of care you deserve whether your toddler has sustained an injury on the playground, your teenager has suffered a burn in chemistry class, or your spouse has fallen off the ladder. And, because our offices are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week, you do not need to schedule you or your loved one’s treatment around your primary care physician’s next available appointment, or your busy agenda. Simply stop by our urgent care facility on your way to or from work or school, in the evening, or on the weekend.
No matter where you live or work, our board-certified providers are sure to be just a short drive away. Our South Tampa walk in clinic on Gandy Boulevard is near MacDill AFB and Bay Point, our Westchase office on Sheldon Road is close to Citrus Park and Oldsmar, and our Carrollwood office on Gunn Highway is in close proximity to Northdale and Lutz.
If you or a loved one requires treatment for a minor injury, feel free to visit our urgent care facility at a time that is convenient for you. Be sure to take advantage of our Fast Pass service that allows you to register for an appointment online so you can reduce – or even eliminate – your wait time at our family walk in clinic.