NextCare Urgent Care: Garner
- STD & Lab Testing
- Immunizations & Vaccinations
- Occupational Medicine
- Carolina Access
- United Healthcare
Welcome to NextCare Urgent Care in Garner
We provide easy and affordable access to caring medical professionals at NextCare in Scottsdale. Conveniently located on US Highway 70 near Target and Kroger, NextCare Urgent Care offers Garner residents extended hours on nights, weekends and holidays. Add to that in-house lab services and x-rays, and you have a solid combination of care, convenience and cost. You can make your visit even easier by using our WAHOO online check-in service. Just check in online and we’ll call or text when you’re next in line.
We also know that being a good member of the Garner community is important to you. That’s why NextCare in Garner is a proud member of the Garner Chamber of Commerce and routinely sponsors local baseball teams in our community.
“The doctor was extremely understanding, very courteous, and I would recommend her highly to anybody needing medical care. I felt like she cared about my suffering and she had a great attitude. You can tell that she is one of those doctors that became a doctor for the right reasons. There just isn’t enough of her kind around anymore!”
“I’ve been here twice in the last three weeks. The first time was for broncitis, and the second was for pink eye. Both times I was very happy with the treatment. The doctor was very nice and knew exactly what was wrong. He did his best to get me in and out as quickly as possible. It was a little bit of a wait, but not longer than you’d think for an urgent care place. Overall, positive experience there.”
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