We Partner with Leading Health Systems
Why Choose Us
We’re open nights and weekends, no appointment needed. From flu shots and lab tests to x-rays and workers' comp exams, get the care you need on your schedule.
We have short wait times, in-network providers, and clean facilities. We know you're busy, so we provide high quality care that's convenient for you.
For a fraction of the cost of an emergency room visit, our licensed experienced providers address urgent matters, including sprains, broken bones, and more.
Went for two children’s sports physicals. I feel like they valued my time as much as I did. We were in and out for two kinds in under a hour. That’s a win any day!Sarah S.
The best walk in care I have ever been to. There was quite a few people waiting. They were very organized, the staff is caring, and they do what it takes to make you better. They do not rush you through. Very thorough.jgc j.
Excellent service and very fast even though it was full of people! Very satisfied with all the staff and physician. Meds were called to the pharmacy immediately as well.Valerie V.
AppleCare Macon was very considerate, clean and efficient! I was seen and diagnosed quickly and on my way. It was the height of flu season and they were actively cleaning each surface which was wonderful since I wasn't there with the flu! We will be using them again if needed in the future!geoffrey m.
Best urgent care in townProvider explained everything from injury to procedure.Front desk ladies were professional, courteous and thoughtful.I will definitely use again.Kathy D.
Friendly and very competent team at AppleCare in Douglas on Saturday. Quick yet thorough and I'm feeling better already instead of having to suffer until Monday and see my PCP or sit in an emergency room on the weekend. Great job! Thank youSherry S.
The staff is very knowledgeable and sufficient.Taradeanmia R.
Fast friendly service. Medication prescribed was very effective and successfully treated my medical condition.Lenjan D.
I was just there, and the service was excellent. The receptionist was very polite and greeted me right away. Got all the paperwork taken care of and waited for a few minutes and then the nurse took me back. The nurse was very friendly as well. The doctor I had was very nice. I had a great experience there. Service was quick and great.Lai K.
Dr. Mathews was amazing. Very intelligent guy. He actually cares about his patients. He wasn't the type of doctor to rush everything. He actually took time to listen and to talk about everything with me. And that means a lot especially for a first time walk in. He definitely deserves a 10/10Cody S.
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