A Walk-In Clinic Providing Illness Treatment to Residents of Silver Spring, MD & Nearby Communities
Illnesses have a way of striking at the most unfortunate times, don’t they? Thankfully, a walk-in clinic like Fast Track Urgent Care provides a more convenient and affordable alternative to the emergency room in non-life-threatening scenarios. Our fully equipped walk-in clinics are led by board-certified, emergency medicine-trained physicians who promptly treat a wide array of common illnesses. We are here for you and your children every day – visit our centers in Silver Spring or Kensington, Maryland, without an appointment during the week between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., and on the weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Here’s a brief overview of the non-emergency illnesses we treat at our walk-in clinics:
Upper Respiratory Conditions
- Sinus infections
- Strep throat
Viral & Bacterial Infections
- Influenza (flu)
- Urinary tract infections
- Certain sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
- Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
- Gastroenteritis (stomach bug)
- Ear infections
- Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
- Asthma (mild symptoms)
- Nausea and vomiting
- Minor headaches
- COPD symptoms
An accurate diagnosis is key to appropriate treatment. At Fast Track Urgent Care, our walk-in clinics in Silver Springs and Kensington are equipped with clinical labs and digital X-ray machines to help patients find the answers they need – fast. From rapid strep testing and urinalysis to STD testing and chest X-rays, our walk-in clinic can provide the precise diagnostic services you or your child needs to return to good health. We can even provide nebulizer treatment to young patients.
Feeling sick? Visit a Fast Track Urgent Care walk-in clinic in Silver Spring or Kensington today and swiftly get on the road to recovery. Our centers keep wait times brief, but to streamline your visit with us, consider booking your appointment online. We care for patients of all ages and accept most major health insurances, including BlueCross/BlueShield and Medicaid.
In the event that you or someone around you has shortness of breath, severe chest pain, or sudden dizziness and confusion, call 911 immediately.