Best 30 Urgent Cares in Fayetteville, NC with Reviews -
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By: Sandra F.
FastMed Urgent Care
I'm currently in the waiting room listening to the front desk talk their personal issues. Meanwhile I've waited over ans hour just for registration. I ask what the hold up is and was told so many people to register. If they would work it wouldn't take so long.....
By: Laura H.
FastMed Urgent Care
I was her pleased with the care I received at Fast Med last week. The doctor was very caring, efficient and fast at diagnosing my issue. She knew I needed to be referred to another provider and the doctor got me an appointment with the second provider the same day. Yes I waited one hour to be seen, but the service and care I received was well worth the wait. I would highly recommend this facility.
By: Janice S.
NextCare Urgent Care
I don't understand all the bad reviews here, but notice that they're from years back. I've brought my grown son here a couple times, and have been bringing my (89 yr old) mom for maybe four years. (She has tricare/medicare) Yes, there's been times when they were backed up due to flu season; I think our longest wait time was 3 hrs. Whatever problems there were that people gave them a one star and bad review, from my experiences there, it's been resolved. The staff is professional, ultra nice and caring. Depending on the reason for the visit, they also made checkup calls. Even on the bad days, Nextcare is preferable to waiting 8+ hrs at the Cape Fear hosp ER, and I'm not kidding. I've also seen plenty of soldiers there; if Nextcare was as bad as the reviews say, the soldiers wouldn't be coming in. When my mom needs to see a doc right away, I bring her to Nextcare.
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By: Bob B.
NextCare Urgent Care
While visiting in the area, I became quite ill. Unfamiliar with medical assistance here, I looked for a walk in style urgent care. I used the NextCare WAHOO service (Wait At Home Or Office) to book a time and was given a text message when to arrive. Within the hour I got a text advising me to come in. Upon arrival I was greeted promptly by "George" . He could not have been any nicer and was very helpful ensuring my documentation was correct. 10 minutes later ."Amanda" came out and brought me in to the exam room for screening. Shortly there after, PA-C Kerry Clancy came in and was incredibly thorough. "Sarah" assisted me through some testing that went very efficiently. A short time later I was back at the front desk and heading out the door with all my documentation.Very rarely do medical facilities get reviewed. I must say using the WAHOO as opposed to walking in and getting on line was very helpful. The staff at this location is top notch, very professional and very understanding.
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By: Jillian V.
FastMed Urgent Care
The name for this urgent care is misleading. It is listed as FastMed but it should be SlowMed. Your estimated wait time ranges from an hour and thirty minutes to three hours. Overall rating - 2/10
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By: Brenda C.
NextCare Urgent Care
Called for appointment was told to come in at 1230. Came in they say we have no appt you must have been scheduled by the call center.states it is a new system apparently it does not work for someone e in Arizona to schedule appt in fayetteville nc. It is 130 and we are still waiting. Meanwhile other people are being seen who came in after us. Never come back here. I known have to wait anywhere but told u have appt then see everyone else first. My money will go somewhere else!#!
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By: Kimberly B.
Northside Urgent Care
Northside has failed to offer trustworthy services. Individuals are subjected to unreliable drug testing, twice the testing has suggested a positive reading and one has been proved to be an error on their behalf after being sent to another laboratory, still waiting on the newest false positive to be disputed. I feel it unjust to individuals who may require drug testing due to work related injuries whom may have a valid claim with workers compensation who are denied do to improper handling. I was apologized to the first time this was corrected after being subjected to judgemental looks from office staff and other patrons over hearing the conversation due to poor privacy and the discussion being held in the lobby, which is a hippa violation, we are due private conversation regarding matters. Will file with Better Business however Northside is not accredited, not a pleasant encounter very disheartening.
By: David Z.
Northside Urgent Care
If I could give less than one star, I would. The staff here is rude and don't care about helping their patients at all. They treat you like a number instead of as a person and could care less about creating a welcomed atmosphere. If you ask a question to the staff or office manager, you will be replied to with eye rolling and disrespect. Their hours are false and they will quit taking patients whenever they feel like it. Even though they are an urgent care and walk-ins are allowed, you will be turned away. They do not explain things well and I feel bad for the doctors who seem nice that work there. The office staff makes this clinic unbearable to endure
By: Amy C.
Northside Urgent Care
My mother and father are both patients with Northside Urgent Care and have been since 2009. Dr. Ferguson is absolutely amazing. The problem with the clinic is that the staff is rude and less then helpful. They had a P.A. on staff who misdiagnosed my mother not once, not twice, but three times. He almost caused her to die. Her illness was so severe, she had a massive stroke and is now wheelchair bound and may loss her legs. The carelessness of this clinic is inexcusable. They do not take your health seriously. They are now withholding medicine from my mother. I do not recommend this clinic and suggest you go to Dr. Ferguson's clinic in Hope Mills.
By: Renee T.
Med Fast Urgent Care
Would not recommend this place for anyone who wants to be seen. Called the receptionist and asked what time they closed, she stated they take their last patient at 530pm. When I drove 30 miles there from my house, only to see a closed sign and the lights turned off. Worst part is the ladies were sitting in the office laughing and talking. Seemed like a young couple made it just in time before they closed the doors at 5:00pm. The hours posted on the door said they did not close until 6:00pm so when I called to see what was going on, they kept walking past the phone and let it go straight to voicemail. Very unprofessional.
Tips & Advices
Under most health insurance plans, urgent care visits will require a copay that is usually less expensive than emergency room visits, but more expensive than standard doctor visits - around $120 on average. Urgent care staff do not have much information regarding individual coverage, so be prepared and check with your insurance provider to understand costs.
It is common for urgent care physicians to recommend follow-up treatment after an initial visit. Most commonly, patients will be asked to return to the clinic or their primary care doctor if symptoms get worse or do not improve in a certain amount of time. Patients might be referred to a specialist for treatment of more complex conditions. Or patients may simply be given a few basic tips for recovering at home. In any case, patients should follow the doctor’s advice regarding next treatment steps.
If needed, urgent care doctors can prescribe medication to treat conditions. This may include antibiotics for an infection or pain medication for a broken bone. Be sure to follow the doctor’s instructions for taking these medicines.
Be sure to explain your symptoms to physicians in as much detail as possible. Note when or where the symptoms first appeared if possible. Inform urgent care staff of any medical conditions you may have, all allergies, and all medications you are currently taking. Also be sure to bring proper forms of identification, and any health insurance cards/information to help process your visit.
You should be able to find a 24-hour urgent care clinic by searching online resources such as Be sure the location is included in your health plan network before visiting.

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