NextCare Urgent Care: Wilmington
- Lab & STD Testing
- Vaccinations & Immunizations
- Occupational Medicine
- Carolina Access
- United Healthcare
Quality Urgent Care in Wilmington
Finding a convenient and affordable urgent care in Wilmington is what matters most to you. That’s why NextCare Urgent Care in Phoenix is qualified to meet immediate needs with friendly, caring and informed medical personnel. Our Clinic’s team brings a combined experience of 40+ years in healthcare. You can also skip lobby wait times by using WAHOO, our online check-in system. We’ll call or text you when you’re next in line so you can wait where you feel most comfortable.
We know that you want a community partner from your Wilmington NextCare location. That’s why NextCare is a proud sponsor of the Cardinal Strut, Spring Fling at Cape Fear Community College and the WWAY TV3 Health Fair at the Independence Mall. We are also proud to be the premier urgent care provider to UNC Wilmington and our surrounding community.
“Fast, courteous, efficient! Everything an urgent care should be. On vacation with my partner I got an upper respiratory infection. Ended up in urgent care due to cough/wheezing. Saw provider Jeffery Martin, he was very professional and fast. Got me on my way with a Z-pack and an inhaler. Thank you NextCare you’ll be my go to destination for healthcare from now on while vacationing!”
“I called in and asked about their rates. Very helpful over the phone. I don’t have insurance but they have very affordable plans. I checked in online and didn’t have to wait at long at all. The staff was very friendly!”
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