We can help you immediately.
Our mission is to provide exceptional healthcare services that are fast and affordable.
Designed to be more convenient and accessible to you, we offer extended hours, access to appointments online, medications dispensed to you at the end of your visit, and prescription refills.
Visit our Walk In for a variety of reasons:
- COVID Testing
- COVID Vaccinations
- Sprains and strains
- Vomiting and diarrhea
- Rashes and bug bites
- Cough and colds
- Eye Infections
- Influenza (flu)
- Sore throats
- Rapid strep and throat cultures
- Lab work and diagnostic testing
- STD testing
- Ear Infections
- Sore Throat
- Stomach aches
- Animal or insect bites
- Cold and flu symptoms
- Lyme Testing
More Information about our Walk-In Clinic
When to Visit the Emergency Room VS The Urgent Care/Walk-In Care Clinic
Urgent care may be the best option for you if your condition isn’t life threatening and if we have everything at our clinic available to treat you. If we are unable to treat you in our urgent care clinic, we will direct you to the hospital. Our walk-in care clinic is ideal for patients who need medical care that can’t wait for a doctor’s appointment but isn’t urgent enough for a trip to the ER.
Quick and Discrete STD Testing and Treatment in Lewes, Delaware
Did you know that half of all people don’t know they have a sexually transmitted disease? Half of all STD’s are from a partner who doesn’t know they are infected.
We can screen and offer treatment to our patients for many common STDs.
There are three types of UTIs, so you need to talk to a doctor so you can get diagnosed and receive the proper treatment and medication. We offer fast and affordable care for those suffering from UTIs. Additionally, our transparent pricing is listed on our self-pay page.
Rapid Test and Treatment for Tick Bites and Lyme Disease
Tick bites are extremely common here in Delaware. If someone is bitten by a tick, they can suffer from a host of different diseases and lifelong complications, but they are entirely preventable if you catch it in time. If you have been bitten by a tick, you should get tested and treated with precautionary medication for Lyme disease, especially if you experience symptoms.