Walk-in Friendly Medical Clinic
At AFC Urgent Care - NE Portland, we're open 7 days a week with extended hours. We offer a variety of services, including urgent care, quick visits, travel medicine as well as employer and physician services.
Our friendly, experienced Portland medical providers deliver efficient, top-notch care for a variety of needs. Our goal is to bridge the gap between your primary care physician and the local Portland emergency room. Walk in today, and in minutes, get urgent medical treatment for what is ailing you or your loved one.
Our Convenient Walk-In Clinic:
• Walk-in friendly
• Open 7-days a week
• In-network for most Oregon insurers
• Open extended hours
• Has X-Ray and Lab onsite
• Appointments availabe online, via mobile, or on the phone
Our Core Purpose: Every person is valued, and better off because they came to AFC Urgent Care, because we care. Every patient who walks through AFC Urgent Care doors deserves nothing less. This is who we are.
If you are inspired by this vision and share our values we want to hear from you!
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