NextCare Urgent Care: Gastonia
- Lab & STD Testing
- Vaccinations & Immunizations
- Occupational Medicine
- Carolina Access
- United Healthcare
Welcome to NextCare Urgent Care in Gastonia
We provide easy and affordable access to caring medical professionals at NextCare in Gastonia. Conveniently located on Robinwood Rd. at Union Rd., NextCare Urgent Care offers Gastonia and Raleigh 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.
Urgent Care isn’t the type of place you’re clamoring to go to, but if I had a choice between this or a hospital, then this would definitely be my choice. My most recent trip here was to get a tetanus shot, considering that I needed a booster & may have gotten tetanus….a good reason to go if you ask me. Anyways, the wait wasn’t too bad & I wasn’t in any pain so it seemed like a quick process. Everything went pretty smoothly & I got my booster shot within a hour or so. It was also much cheaper than an ER visit, so add that to the reasons I’d rather go here than a hospital.
“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!”
Keep Office Germs at Bay This Flu Season Hello! Dr. Kaplan here from NextCare Urgent Care and we’re talking about Flu in the office today. It’s mid December, and cold and flu season is just getting started throughout the nation. So, today, we’ll give you some tricks and tips that you can do to keep… Read more »Read more
Experts say even if flu season is in full swing, it’s not too late to get vaccinated. A late flu shot can still protect you from the virus, even after the flu has started to affect those around you. While it’s certainly ideal to get your shot in the fall — typically around September or… Read more »Read more