NextCare Urgent Care: Cary
- STD & Lab Testing
- Immunizations & Vaccinations
- Occupational Medicine
- Carolina Access
- United Healthcare
Why Choose NextCare in Cary?
We know that finding a convenient and affordable urgent care in Cary is important to you. That’s why NextCare on Kildaire Farm Road is open late 7 days a week. When you can’t get in to see your primary doctor, or don’t want to wait at an ER, visit NextCare for relief from colds, flu, earaches, minor injuries, rashes or infections.
You can also bring your children in for a sports physical, or get flu shots to protect you and your family. We are located on Kildare Farm Road at Maynard Rd.
“Just want to say that EVERYBODY in your facility made this the best experience I ever had at an urgent care facility. I recently moved here from Charlotte and had visited a few urgent cares and have NEVER had the helpfulness, courtesy and REAL GENUINE CARE that I had in Burlington. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!”
“After feeling terrible for a day, and nearly passing out the following morning, I went to NextCare Urgent Care Center. They were very professional in all regards. They even called in my prescription to the pharmacy of my choice so that when I arrived it was already filled and waiting for me. I am very pleased!”
“The whole experience was 100% better than going to a hospital emergency room. I am thankful there are places like this for minor conditions like we had Saturday. The nurse who saw my daughter was exceptionally good. She had excellent communication skills and made my daughter feel at ease and me, too.”
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