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Urgent Care Services in Adelphi

At Fast Track Urgent Care’s two walk-in clinic facilities, we offer a wide range of medical care and treatment. When you need urgent care, medical treatment, or wellness checks, you can come to Fast Track without having to make an appointment.

At both of our Adelphi-area walk-in clinics, we take care of:

Flu Shots

Get your annual flu shot without having to make an appointment with your doctor. Learn more about our walk-in flu shot clinic near Adelphi.

Respiratory Diseases

We can treat a variety of respiratory diseases, including Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), other lung diseases, respiratory tract infections, asthma, and more. Learn more about our Adelphi-area respiratory care services.

Eye Infections

Common eye infections like conjunctivitis (or pinkeye) and sty usually require a simple treatment. Visit one of our walk-in clinics for eye infection treatment in Adelphi.

Nebulizer Treatments

Nebulizer treatments are used for patients with respiratory diseases. They are commonly used to treat asthma. Come to Fast Track for nebulizer treatment for respiratory care.


Visit our Kensington urgent care location to get full x-ray services.

Pulled and Strained Muscles

Pulled or strained muscles can be very painful and should be examined by a professional. Common muscles to pull include your back, shoulder, groin, and calf. If you’re dealing with a muscle injury, don’t wait—visit a Fast Track walk-in clinic to get a proper diagnosis.

Lab Work

You can get basic lab work, including blood tests, tuberculosis skin tests, rapid strep tests, and urinalysis, at our on-site laboratory located in our Kensington walk-in clinic.

Childhood Illnesses

From chickenpox to RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) to measles, we can treat all childhood illnesses.

Skin Infections

Fast Track Urgent Care treats bacterial, viral, and fungal skin infections including staph infections, warts, athlete’s foot, and more.

Cuts, Sprains, Broken Bones, and Simple Fractures

Fast Track Urgent Care is fully equipped to treat broken bones, fractures, and sprains.

School and Sports Physicals

Whether you’re starting a new sport or a new season is beginning, most institutions require that athletes have a sports physical. This includes checking their medical history, pre-existing conditions, overall well-being, and more. If you need a sports physical in Montgomery County, contact or visit a Adelphi-area Fast Track Urgent Care today! We also provide school physicals and camp physicals—all during our convenient weekend and evening hours.

STD Testing

Fast Track offers STD testing near Adelphi seven days a week. If you think you were exposed to a sexually transmitted disease (STD) or sexually transmitted infection (STI), please visit us right away to get tested and get treatment.

Strep Throat Treatment

If you suspect you or a family member has strep throat, come to Fast Track for strep throat testing and treatment.

Ear infections

Fast Track provides ear infection treatment at both of our Adelphi-area locations. Middle ear infections are generally caused by bacterial infections and viruses. Our doctors and clinicians can treat the problem at its source and clear up the symptoms so you’ll be comfortable again.

Our Adelphi-area Urgent Care clinics also treat:

  • Minor burns
  • Headaches
  • Cuts
  • Sore throats
  • Coughs and the common cold
  • Sprains
  • Work and auto injuries
  • Sports injuries (ankle taping and bracing, Achilles tendonitis, rotator cuff injury, ligament injuries, and more)
  • Most other medical cases

And we provide:

  • Travel medicine
  • Stitches and splints
  • Administration of IV fluids

Fast Track Urgent Care Near Adelphi

If you are looking for more information about urgent care clinics in the Adelphi area, please call Fast Track at 800-417-1164 or visit one of our fully-equipped locations.

Please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room if:

  • You have a life-threatening emergency
  • You have a history of heart disease or have had a prior heart attack and are experiencing chest pains