Get the most out of your visit to Fast Track Urgent Care’s walk-in clinics by being prepared. If you have any questions about what to bring with you to Fast Track, call us at 800-417-1164. Our friendly, professional staff is ready to assist you!
What to Bring to Urgent Care
- A form of identification – driver’s license, passport, military ID, employment badge, or student identification card.
- Your insurance card – Fast Track Urgent Care accepts nearly every form of health insurance. If you don’t see your provider listed here, please call us at 800-417-1164.
- A method of payment – payment is due at the time of service.
Please have, to the best of your knowledge, the following personal health information:
- List of current medications
- List of past surgeries and medical conditions
- List of any allergies
- Notes on your symptoms or any other information about your condition that you think your doctor should know
In addition, please bring:
- Contact information for healthcare providers you see regularly
- Contact information for an emergency contact
Please note—the following services are available at Fast Track:
- Onsite pharmacies
- Lab services, including:
- Blood tests, including CBC (Complete Blood Count)
- PPD (tuberculosis skin test)
- Pregnancy tests
- Rapid strep test
- STD testing
If you need lab tests, please call ahead so that we can give you any special instructions you need for your particular test.
When Bringing Minor Children for Treatment at Urgent Care
Patients under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who can provide photo identification, current insurance, and (as required) proof of guardianship. If the minor is not accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, the accompanying adult must have a notarized statement signed by the parent or guardian that authorizes treatment.
When Should You Come to Urgent Care?
Urgent care facilities, such as Fast Track, are ideal for treating the following conditions:
- Bronchitis, pneumonia, sinus infections
- Colds or flu
- Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
- Cuts and scrapes
- Minor broken bones
- Rashes and other skin conditions
- Sore throat
- Sprains, strains, and fractures
- Urinary tract infections
When to Go to the Emergency Room
If you are experiencing any of the following, head to the nearest emergency room immediately:
- Chest pain
- Heart attack
- Severe injury or trauma
- Shortness of breath
- You can come in on your own schedule. Sometimes, making an appointment to see your doctor isn’t possible. Maybe you can’t miss class or don’t want to lose paid time at work. Fast Track Urgent Care’s walk-in clinics make it easy for you to get the medical care you need on your schedule—when it’s convenient for you. Both of our clinic locations are open until 9:00 p.m. on weekdays and are open on Saturday and Sunday.
- You can use your insurance. We make our services even more convenient by accepting most major insurance plans. Check our provider page and call us if you don’t see your insurance company listed.
- You don’t need to call ahead. There is no need to make an appointment at our walk-in clinics.
- You can trust our staff. Our board certified doctors and clinicians provide the same level of care you would get at your own doctor’s office.
- You won’t have to wait long. Typically, the wait at Fast Track Urgent Care is far shorter than the wait at the emergency room.
- You can get your prescription filled while you’re here. Both of our walk-in clinics have on-site pharmacies, saving you a trip to the drugstore.
Why Get Treatment at a Fast Track Urgent Care Walk-in Clinic?
AND one more reason: we have two Urgent Care locations convenient to the Silver Spring area!
If you have any questions about Fast Track Urgent Care, please call us at 800-417-1164.