NextCare Urgent Care: Longmont
- Lab & STD Testing
- Vaccinations & Immunizations
- Occupational Medicine
- Anthem BCBS
- Cigna CO
- Colorado Access (Medicaid)
- Rocky Mountain Health Plan
- United Healthcare
Why Choose NextCare in Longmont?
You’re looking for a caring, affordable urgent care location in Longmont that’s ready when you are. At NextCare in Longmont on 21st Ave, we offer extended hours on nights, weekends and holidays. We’re open when Longmont residents need us the most. So while we hope you don’t have to come in, if you do need urgent care, choose us for quick relief from minor injuries like bumps, cuts or bruises, illnesses like sore throats or the flu or even x-rays and lab testing.
You can also bring in you little athletes for a physical, or get flu shots to protect you and your family.
NextCare Primary Care For Medicaid Patients
Did you know that in Colorado, you can visit a NextCare Urgent Care for any of your primary care needs? Don’t have a regular doctor, just visit NextCare Urgent Care or call us at 888-381-4858 to get more information
“I have been here for treatment of both infection and an injury. I have worked in the medical field, so naturally I always hope for good customer service. My entire experience from being greeted, being seen, treatment, and escorted out were phenomenal. I came after work (expecting a very long wait for the time of day) and was greeted and seen in a very timely manner. They called to see how I was feeling afterwards and treated me with genuine concern for my needs. I was expecting typical crowded, rushed urgent care but instead received quite the opposite. Also, I signed up for Nextcare Advantage which took a HUGE chunk of what I paid out of pocket off. I would highly recommend doing that. Anytime I need to go will only be $35 now. I am very happy with this place. They first saw my husband when he strained a muscle in his back-we now both go here instead of our regular doctors!”
“The ENTIRE STAFF are the most caring and professional folks I have ever met! My wife was very ill and their excellent bedside manners and caring attitude from the front desk to the patient rooms was A+.”
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