Update: September 11, 2017 2:15pm
Hurricane Irma has impacted all of us in different ways. It has been a very wearisome and exasperating couple days for all of us. We hope that you are all safe and with your families. If you are traveling back home on the roads, please be careful.
We have completed an inspection of all sites and our glad to report that we did not sustain damage at any location.
We will be open for business tomorrow at all of our locations for normal business hours. In order to ensure that we have staff at all locations, if you are scheduled for tomorrow, please call Tracey at 813-900-9678 or Carol at 813-767-5529 to confirm that you will be at work. Please report to your scheduled location at your scheduled time.
If you are not scheduled for tomorrow but are able to work, please let us know. We may need you to cover for employees that may have evacuated and may not be back in town.
Please continue to be careful and safe on the roads and during any cleanup.
Update: September 10, 2017 2:30pm
We plan to inspect the locations after the storm for any damage and to make certain re entry is safe. While we would like to re-open on Tuesday we understand that this may not be possible based on the facilities conditions, power, road access, and the needs of our staff to tend to their families and loved ones.
We will keep everyone posted Monday afternoon, as to whether we will try to open individual facilities or if we will need assistance with cleanup efforts. We understand that during this time we will all need to work together. Communication to and from the each of you is important.
Additionally, as we move past this storm and into a recovery phase, we understand that it may be difficult for staff to get to the offices for their shifts, and those who evaluated or who may need to tend to their homes and families- may not be able to make it back into work. Be assured you will not be in jeopardy of loosing your jobs.
The management team will do our best to accommodate their needs as well pull together in the coming days and weeks.
Please be safe!
Updated: September 8, 2017 1:30pm
In light of the new warning several centers and employees are affected by the mandatory evacuation of Hillsborough County Zone A, all clinics will be closing at 2pm today. Please complete treatment of any patients in clinic and prepare to close.
Please secure all facilities:
Empty all Food refrigerators
Roll Blue Pads up under the front doors
All Biohazard bags should be consolidated into the large container, tape the box shut
All trash should be taken to the dumpster
Updated: September 8, 2017 10:45am
ALL FAST TRACK URGENT CARE CLINICS WILL BE CLOSED ON SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY. WE WILL REOPEN ON TUESDAY WITH NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS.
Updated: September 8, 2017 9:15am
In order to serve the medical needs of our community, we will remain open today and continue to track the progress of Hurricane Irma. We are paying close attention to any warnings and mandatory evacuation orders and all offices will be closed on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Staff and patient safety is our top priority, if you feel you need to be home to safeguard your family and prepare for the storm, please notify Carol at 813-767-5529 or Judith 703-409-5701.
Updated: September 7, 2017 2:30pm
We continue to track the progress of Hurricane Irma and are paying close attention to any warnings and mandatory evacuation orders. If anyone is in a mandatory evacuation zone, please follow the orders given by government. Your employment status will not be affected. At this point the clinics will remain open until further notice, but there are a lot of moving parts and a lot that could happen in the next few days, and your safety is still our first priority.
Please continue to monitor this website for further updates.
Be safe out there and thank you for your dedication and commitment.
Updated: September 7, 2017 5:00 am
ALL Fast Track Urgent Care facilities will be open today.
Management will continue to monitor the path of Irma and all watches and warnings for the Tampa Bay area. The decision to keep clinics open will be made on a day to day and clinic to clinic basis.
Updated: September 6, 2017 | 2:50 pm
We know everyone is concerned about Hurricane Irma and what this entails for FTUC; first and foremost staff and patient safety is our top priority! Management will continue to monitor the path of Irma and will notify staff of any changes in our operating hours. We will remain open as long as it is safe to do so. Any decision to close Fast Track Urgent Care will be relayed via a “Weather” monitoring page on our website. You can access the page at: https://www.fasttrackurgentcare.com/weather. You will be responsible for checking the website for any updates. Please ensure that you have your appropriate supervisors and managers contact information if needed. Again please know that we value your safety and will update the website if there are any changes as soon as we know them.
Thank you all so much for your hard work!
Please check back for updates on office closures.