Arden Urgent Care Near You

You never need an appointment at AFC Urgent Care of Arden. We strive to have patients in and out in under an hour and a provider is always on-site.

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Urgent Care & Walk-in Clinic Arden NC – Buncombe & Henderson County

AFC Urgent Care is proud to serve Arden NC and the surrounding areas within Hendersonville and Asheville. Visit our urgent care clinic located just 5 minutes from the Asheville Regional Airport off Exit 40 on Brian Blvd, across the street from Carolina Academy Child Care Center. Our Urgent Care is open 7 days a week with walk-in convenience and extended hours with no appointment necessary.

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Why choose AFC Urgent Care Arden?

Convenience and Efficiency

AFC Urgent Care Arden offers fast, quality care for your non-emergency medical needs. From minor illnesses like the flu or strep throat to sprains and broken bones, our experienced team of medical professionals is here to serve you. Whether you’re commuting to work from your home in Oak Park or Royal Pines, finding adventure at Riveter in Mills River or staying in a treehouse at Fletcher’s own Raven Rock Mountain, AFC Urgent Care Arden is just a quick trip away when unexpected illness or injury occurs. We aim to provide our patients with quality care within one hour so you can go about your day but still feel confident about the care you receive.

Affordable Care

We accept most major insurance plans and offer affordable self-pay options for anyone without insurance. Unlike the emergency room, the average urgent care visit costs $150 while most ER trips average $1,300 plus extended wait times. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the latest medical technology and provides a warm, welcoming atmosphere. So when you need medical attention fast without the expensive price tag, visit AFC Urgent Care Arden.

If you need urgent care or walk-in services, call or visit our office today.

Urgent Care near you for zip codes 28704, 28732, 28803, 28792, 28791

Arden, North Carolina, situated in the Piedmont Region of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is a charming and vibrant community. With its breathtaking views of the mountains and close proximity to Asheville and Hendersonville, this area is an ideal destination for both arts and culture and outdoor adventure seekers. From zip line tours to eclectic festivals, you’ll find plenty of ways to get your thrills and discover new experiences.

In between your adventures, you’ll find plenty of great restaurants and shopping centers to visit like Gerber Village Shopping Center or Biltmore Park Town Square. No matter what draws you to the area, you’ll find a unique and welcoming atmosphere in Arden and its surrounding communities that will make your visit or day-to-day routine both comfortable and special.

While no one plans to get hurt or start feeling sick in the hustle and bustle of everyday life or on a weekend getaway, accidents do happen and sickness can come when you least expect it. When those unexpected accidents or illnesses happen, no one wants to sacrifice too much time on vacation or from your daily schedule. AFC Urgent Care gives you quality medical attention without making you wait in a lobby for hours of your day. We try to keep your visit quick and to the point so you can focus more on getting healthy and worry less about how many hours you’ll spend waiting for care.

How can I stay healthy in Arden NC?

AFC Urgent Care is dedicated to providing accessible, quality health care to people with and without insurance for a fraction of the cost required for a visit at the emergency room. As Arden and surrounding neighborhoods continue to grow, it becomes increasingly important to keep residents safe and healthy. Buncombe County currently hosts more than 271,000 residents with an expected population increase of nearly 40% by 2040. Henderson County’s population increased more than 9.3% from 2010 to 2021 and is expected to continue growing as the 24th largest county in North Carolina. With this ongoing growth, staying healthy is critical to keeping these overlapping communities active and engaged.

Increased population means increased exposure to germs, viruses and bacteria. It’s important to practice healthy habits and to take preventative measures to avoid getting and spreading illnesses. Here are 10 practices that may help you and others avoid getting sick:

1. Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for 20 seconds.
2. Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
3. Avoid touching your face (eyes, nose and mouth) with unwashed hands.
4. Stay home if you feel sick.
5. Cover your mouth or nose when you cough or sneeze.
6. Clean & disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces (doorknobs, lightswitches, toys, etc.).
7. Eat a balanced, nutritious diet.
8. Exercise and move regularly to keep your body healthy and strong.
9. Get plenty of sleep to help your body fight off infections and stay healthy.
10. Avoid smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke.

Sometimes it feels impossible to totally avoid sickness or prevent accidents from happening, even with the healthiest of habits. If you do get sick, visit AFC Urgent Care where we offer rapid Flu, Strep Throat and RSV testing, remedies for sinus infections and bronchitis, treatment for nausea and stomach issues and even digital x-rays for those unexpected accidents and injuries. For all the school and recreational athletes, we also offer walk-in sports physicals so we can help you prevent injuries during your sports season.

No matter what brings you to our urgent care walk-in clinic, we will respect your time and provide exceptional care for your medical needs. Visit AFC Urgent Care Arden 7 days a week with no appointment necessary.

Walk In Patients Are Welcome 7 Days a Week!

If you’d like to pre-register to fill out your paperwork, you can do that at the link below.

Open 7 Days a Week • 8am-8pm Monday through Friday and 8am-5pm on weekends

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