Have you ever needed urgent care and didn’t have time to make an appointment? When it comes to medical care, time is something you may not have, and we understand that here at Fast Track Urgent Care. Whether you have a medical emergency and walk into our medical clinic or have an appointment, our doctors and nurses in Washington, DC will help you in a timely and professional manner.
Fast Track Urgent Care is conveniently open 7 days a week, 9 am to 9 pm Monday through Friday and 9 am to 6 pm on weekends.
Our two locations:
10540 Connecticut Ave
13428 New Hampshire Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20904
If you have a life-threatening medical emergency, you should call 911 immediately and/or go to an emergency room.
Medical Care in Washington, DC
Don’t see your medical condition listed? We offer much more medical care for a wide range of conditions, and don’t hesitate to call us and ask any questions! At our medical clinic, located nearby in Washington, DC, you can receive treatment for:
At Fast Track, you can also get:
Urgent Medical Care
If you are looking for a walk-in clinic in the Washington, DC area for emergency medical services, you’ve come to the right place! When it comes to medical care, you deserve nothing less than the best, and that’s exactly what you’ll get.
Medical conditions such as broken or fractured bones, minor burns and certain childhood illnesses cannot (and should not!) wait to be treated, and this is where walk-in clinics truly come in handy. Our walk-in clinic near you in Washington, DC, has friendly board-certified doctors and nurses who can assist you with any type of medical care service.
Pediatric Urgent Care
If you have children, you know how important it is to be able to walk into a medical clinic near you and receive treatment without waiting for hours on end. Our walk-in clinics near Washington, DC offer pediatric urgent care.
From measles, mumps and chickenpox to ear infections and pinkeye, we can treat any childhood illness at our medical clinic. Don’t wait for treatment – the longer you do, the worse the illness may become!
Treatment for Muscle Pulls and Strains
Do you play a lot of sports or lead an active lifestyle? Don’t let a pulled or strained muscle make you hesitant to start running again – you just need proper treatment and tips for preventing those strains from happening in the future!
If you suddenly experience pain or severe discomfort when exercising, playing sports or lifting weights (or even walking!), don’t push through it. Stop whatever you’re doing – rest is highly recommended for early recovery. Depending on what muscle is injured and how badly it’s injured, your rest can last anywhere from a couple of days to several weeks.
It is ALWAYS best to first ice your injury – for at least the first 48 hours. Don’t use heat – that will only draw more blood to the area and increase the swelling. After 48 hours, it is usually okay to being using heat and perform some gentle stretching. Remember it takes time for your muscles to heal and recover.
One of the best ways to prevent pulling or straining your muscles in the future is properly warming up! Never exercise without warming up and stretching first – jumping right into an intense kickboxing class or soccer game with stiff muscles increases the risk of muscle strains or pulls. Whether you’ve pulled or strained muscles in your back, shoulder, leg or arm, come to Fast Track for urgent care for sports injuries.
Treatment for Respiratory Diseases
There are a number of respiratory illnesses: asthma, emphysema, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and many more. Respiratory diseases are serious and call for immediate medical attention, and although some require hospital treatment, others, such as asthma, can easily be treated at walk-in clinics.
Fast Track Urgent Care, near you in Washington, DC, offers nebulizer treatment, which is used for patients with asthma. It is a device that gives the patient their correct dosage of medication in the form of mist that is inhaled into the lungs. In some cases, this treatment isn’t necessary, but sometimes nebulizer treatment is the only method in which to give the patients full dosage of their medication. Older men and women and infants, for instance, are unable to use inhalers, so the nebulizer treatment may be required. Visit any Fast Track location for respiratory urgent care and treatment.
NOTE: call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room if you have a life-threatening emergency or a history of heart disease or have had a heart attack before and are now experiencing chest pains.
Call Fast Track at 800-417-1164 or contact us online to learn more!