We are offering walk-in Rapid COVID-19 Antigen and Rapid 1-HOUR PCR Testing at our Swampscott clinic – NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED. Online registration is still recommended (please follow all steps and upload insurance information and photo ID).  We are also seeing patients for general urgent care needs and following the strictest protocols for patient safety.


Urgent Care

Skip the wait and cost of the emergency room and avoid the hassle of trying to book an appointment with your primary care physician when you’re faced with sudden injuries, or your cold symptoms are becoming concerning.  AFC Urgent Care Swampscott has you covered for all of your urgent medical needs!

Walk-in Urgent Care in Swampscott, MA

Urgent care centers like AFC Urgent Care Swampscott provides patients with low-cost medical services in a timely manner.  Our walk-in urgent care center is open seven days a week to treat acute illnesses and minor injuries such as:

  • Nausea & vomiting
  • Flu & Colds
  • Headaches & migraines
  • Eye irritation & pink eye
  • Ear infections & swimmer’s ear
  • Sore throats & coughs
  • Body aches & pains
  • Skin rashes & infections
  • Strains, sprains, & breaks
  • X Rays & Lab Tests
  • Cuts (including stitching)
  • And more!

For more information about our walk-in urgent care center and the services we provide, please call to speak with one of our medical professionals at (781) 691-9366.

Why should I consider an urgent care center for my medical needs?

An urgent care center is a great medical option for most patients that need to get the care they need ASAP without needing to get a medical appointment at their normal doctor. This is because a walk-in clinic can treat patients on a first-come, first-serve basis without requiring an appointment! Instead a patient can simply find a nearby urgent care center, wait in a clinic, and get any of their urgent care needs treated in a few minutes.

Urgent care centers are great for patients that have immediate healthcare needs that aren’t a full-blown emergencies. An urgent care center is not an emergency room, which means that patients with severe life-threatening emergencies need to visit an ER. However, urgent care can help treat anything else that isn’t a major emergency: injury treatment, x-rays, physicals, flu shots, and more!