If you ever have any questions concerning your walk-in care needs, please call us at 321-434-1735. You can also check these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for your added convenience.
A: We are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm; and on Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm and Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm.
A: Health First QuickCare accepts many major insurance carriers including Medicare. Please check our website for updates.
A: We treat children 2 years of age and older, as well as adults.
A: We treat upper-respiratory infections, flu, colds, ear infections, sore throat, non-chronic urinary tract infections, rashes, minor sprains/strains, and other common illnesses and ailments.
A: We don't manage chronic illnesses such as hypertension (high blood pressure) or diabetes. We also don't treat potentially life-threatening symptoms such as chest pain, acute abdominal pain, severe headaches, or neurologic symptoms. Patients with these types of symptoms should go to an Emergency Room.
A: Health First QuickCare provides a courtesy refill of non-controlled chronic medications for one month provided you bring in the prescription bottle with pertinent refill information. This service is not covered under insurance and is charged based on number of prescriptions needed.
A: Yes. Health First QuickCare performs school, sports, and camp physicals. These physicals are not covered by insurance. We don't perform pre-employment or work physicals.
A: Yes. We offer many of the most common vaccinations and inoculations including flu, pneumonia, Hepatitis A & B vaccines, DTaP, and tetanus vaccine. Many others are available. Please feel free to call us at 321-434-1735 should you need more information on a specific type of vaccination or inoculation.
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