MedFast Urgent Care Services


DOT Physicals

MedFast Urgent Care Centers provide DOT physical examinations. These examinations are crucial for commercial vehicle operators, legally and safety-wise. All of our medical examiners are licensed to perform these exams, and we pride ourselves on saving you time and money when undergoing your DOT physical...

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Urgent Care & Minor Emergencies

Medfast Urgent Care Centers offer fast, professional medical treatment for many common illnesses and injuries. Visit any one of our nearby facilities to receive expert medical care for any minor emergency. Our average wait time to see patients is less than an hour, compared to Hospital Emergency Rooms...

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Physicals & Workers Compensation Care

Medfast Urgent Care Centers are able to perform physicals for school, sports, insurance exams and pre-employment screenings. We are also able to treat your work-related injuries and provide on-going care for you under Workers Compensation.         Physicals Medfast Urgent Care...

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Laboratory, Imaging Services & Procedures

Medfast Urgent Care Centers are fully equipped to handle the diagnostics, testing and treatment of any non-life-threatening issues. Every Medfast Urgent Care Center is equipped with: Digital X-Ray machines, EKG's, and Spirometry testing equipment. We are also able to perform a wide range of minor...

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Abdominal Pain

Abdominal pain is usually caused by some type of inflammation of an organ within or near the abdomen, or can occur when there is a loss of blood supply to one of those organs. In the case of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), abdominal pain is caused by contractions of the intestinal muscles or some increased...

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Allergic Reactions

Symptoms of an allergic reaction will typically present themselves in the eyes, nose, lungs, skin, and gastrointestinal tract. Even though there are many different types of allergic reactions that occur in different ways, they all result from an immune response to a foreign substance the individual is...

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Animal Bites and Scratches

Any type of animal bite and scratch can potentially lead to unpleasant or even serious complications. Any animal scratch or bite, even a small one, can carry disease, no matter if it is the family pet or a neighborhood pet or unknown or wild animal. Some bites can become infected by bacteria transmitted...

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Asthma

The symptoms of asthma occur as a result of an inflammation and the resultant narrowing of the airways which cause wheezing and shortness of breath. In more severe asthma attacks, tightness in the chest and chest pain can cause a dangerous difficulty in breathing and immediate medical attention is needed...

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Back Pain

The human spine consists of more than 30 bones called vertebrae, which are held together by muscles, tendons and ligaments and cushioned in-between by discs. A problem or injury to any part of the spine can cause back pain. In some cases, back pain is mild to moderate and is basically an annoyance. In...

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Boils

Boils are usually not a serious condition and will usually resolve on their own. However, there are certain situations when you should seek medical care after a boil develops. Any boil accompanied by a fever should receive medical attention The boil has persisted for a long period of time or spread The...

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Bronchitis

Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes in the chest. Acute bronchitis can be caused by certain types of viruses as well as bacterial infections. Symptoms of bronchitis will include: cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, sore throat, watery eyes, headache, chills, body aches, fatigue and...

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Burns: First, Second, and Third Degree

The treatment of burns depends on the degree of the burn, as well as the size and location of the burn. Burns are evaluated as first, second or third degree. 1st-Degree Burn - MINOR A first-degree burn is the least serious type of burn, involving only the outer layer of skin. A first-degree burn is...

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Common Colds and Coughs

Colds and coughs are usually minor events and although not serious, they can be enough to interfere with performance at work or school, with sleep and with other daily activities and responsibilities. There really is little that can be done to make cold symptoms resolve more quickly than they will naturally. Over-the-counter...

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Cuts and Abrasions

Cuts and abrasions are minor or major wounds that consist of an injury that breaks or removes the skin. Most small cuts and abrasions can be treated successfully at home. The treatment here is to clean and protect the wound, promote healing and minimize the risk of infection. Treatment For Minor Wounds Minor...

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Dehydration

Dehydration occurs as a result of an excessive depletion of water from the body. Dehydration can happen to anyone, at any age, but is especially dangerous in infants and the elderly. Mild dehydration is easily treatable by drinking and replacing fluids. In the adult male, approximately sixty-five percent...

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Earaches and Ear Infections

  Earaches and ear infections are typically caused by a viral, bacterial or fungal infection that can affect one of the three different parts of the ear. Infections can occur in the outer ear, the middle-ear and into the inner-ear. Many ear infections go away without treatment and will resolve...

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Flu Viruses

The three types of influenza virus are: type  A, B and C. It is impossible to tell the difference between influenza A and B from the symptoms that a patient will present, but influenza C causes a much milder illness resembling a cold. Yearly flu shots are readily available to protect you against...

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Fractures

A fracture is a crack or a complete break in a bone caused by some form of trauma to the area. Fractures are either open or closed; with an open fracture, the bone has a complete break and has punctured the skin, while in a closed fracture, the skin is not broken. In a compound fracture there is more...

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Gastritis

Gastritis is the medical term used to describe irritation of the stomach or upper abdomen. Gastritis doesn't always present with clear signs and symptoms, but if you've ever had indigestion or an upset stomach, you've had a form of gastritis. Most cases of gastritis are short-lived, resolve themselves...

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Headaches and Migraines

Most headaches are not serious medical issues, and will resolve and go away on their own fairly quickly. However, some headaches can be the result of a serious illness, and some may result from a condition requiring emergency care. Your headache symptoms themselves will actually help your doctor determine...

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Insect Bites and Stings

Most insect bites and stings are minor events and can be easily treated at home. However, certain insect bites or stings can cause serious allergic reactions or transmit disease and you should seek immediate medical attention if you experience the following symptoms from an insect bite. Allergic Reaction One...

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Lacerations

A laceration is a minor cut in the skin that does not produce significant bleeding and does not appear severe enough to need stitches. All that is required to care for most minor cuts or lacerations is to wash them with soap and water and keep them clean and dry. Seek medical care early if you think...

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Musculoskeletal Injuries

The causes of musculoskeletal injuries and their associated pain are many and can vary widely. Muscle tissue can be damaged through the mechanics of daily work or other activities, athletic activities or some sort of external trauma to the affected area. Other causes of musculoskeletal pain can include...

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Neck Pain

Everyone has at one time or another experienced neck pain of some sort and degree of severity. Maybe you wake up with a “crick” in your neck after sleeping on it wrong, and every time you try to turn your head, you get a stabbing pain in your neck. Most of the time this occurs because the...

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Pink Eye/ Conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis – commonly known as “pink eye”, is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, a thin, transparent membrane that covers the surface of the inner eyelid and the front of the eye. The conjunctiva will sometimes react to a wide range of bacteria, viruses, allergens, irritants and...

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Pneumonia

Pneumonia is an respiratory infection that inflames the air sacs in one or both lungs and can range in seriousness from mild to life-threatening. Pneumonia is considered serious for infants, young children, people over 65, and those with health problems. A variety of organisms, including bacteria, viruses...

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Skin Rashes

A skin rash is a superficial eruption of the skin that causes changes in the color or texture of the skin and may produce redness, small bumps, blisters, spots or scaliness. The cause or type of a skin rash can usually be determined by its visible characteristics or other symptoms that are present. Skin...

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Sore Throats

A sore throat is an irritation of the throat that causes pain and scratchiness, which often worsens when swallowing. The medical term for a sore throat is “pharyngitis”, which means inflammation of the throat (pharynx). The terms "sore throat" and "pharyngitis" both describe the same thing. Sore...

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Sprains and Strains

Sprains and strains are common injuries that both share similar signs and symptoms, but each are different and involve a different part of the body. A sprain occurs when there is a stretching or tearing of a ligament. Ligaments are extremely tough bands of fibrous tissue that connect the bones in your...

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Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)

A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection of the urinary system, consisting of your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Most urinary tract infections involve the bladder and the urethra and women are at greater risk of developing a UTI than men. Infection limited to the bladder can be painful...

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