Fast Pace Health is dedicated to treating patients with injuries or illnesses that require immediate attention. Our team of highly qualified healthcare professionals offers fast, compassionate, and cost-effective care for everyday illnesses or injuries for you and your family. Our West Point, Mississippi walk-in urgent care clinic is conveniently located on US-45 ALT.
At Fast Pace Health, our urgent team knows that injuries and illness can happen at any time. Most people don’t have time to sit around in crowded emergency rooms. Thankfully, our facility is designed for fast and convenient treatment for walk-in patients, and our providers are ready to provide immediate care when you have a condition that requires urgent medical attention.
At Fast Pace Urgent Care, our passionate team of highly-skilled healthcare providers strives to make our urgent care centers accessible for everyone. With our ability to service non-life-threatening needs closer to home, we’ve eliminated the need to travel to a hospital or emergency room far away.
Urgent care clinics are a great option when care can’t wait. Hospital emergency departments treat patients using a triage system, which means that they treat the most critical patients first, regardless of arrival time. This means you could be waiting hours to be seen for a minor injury or illness.
Emergency rooms see millions of patients walk through their doors every year. Urgent care centers can help lessen the load on crowded emergency room departments, as they provide a quicker alternative for those seeking care for minor injuries and illnesses.
Urgent care also provides a simple alternative for those hard-to-get primary care appointments, making access to same-day access to medical care much easier.
In addition to our walk-in services, our West Point urgent care clinic offers virtual care from the comfort of your home through our telehealth services. You’ll get the same level of care as you would at one of our walk-in clinics.
Telehealth allows people to get medical help without it being in person at one of our walk-in urgent care centers. You can video chat with one of our healthcare providers — all from the comfort of your couch. All you’ll need is a smartphone, computer, or tablet.
A telemedicine visit is great for conditions that don’t need to be treated at an office, including infections, viruses, allergies, rashes, and other common ailments. These services are available for new and existing patients.
Our telehealth hours are flexible. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CT and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. CT, and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. CT. There is no need for an appointment.
You’ll find the same level of care at our urgent care clinics as you would at a hospital or family medicine practice. Our compassionate staff consists of medical experts in their respective areas of medicine. These professionals are passionate about what they bring to underserved communities.
Our urgent care clinic is conveniently located on US-45 ALT. in West Point. There is no need to wait in line inside a crowded emergency room or spend tons of time and energy trying to get a primary care appointment. Simply stop by for fast, compassionate care with minimal wait times.
Most people simply don’t have the luxury to change their work schedules on short notice to accommodate a doctor’s appointment. Thankfully, our West Point urgent care clinic is open Monday through Friday until 8 p.m.. We also have weekend hours, and our clinic is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays.
One of our goals is to make our services as cost-effective as we can for all, not just those with economic means or health insurance coverage. At Fast Pace Health, we offer self-pay options for those without insurance, and we accept most private insurance plans.
Our urgent care clinics are equipped to handle many different types of minor injuries, accidents, and illnesses. Here’s a quick look at some of the most common conditions that could bring you through our front doors at our West Point location.
Some of the most common reasons for urgent care visits include strains, sprains, broken bones, bumps, bruises, and minor cuts. Urgent care makes a great alternative to the emergency room for types of minor injuries and accidents.
While the ER used to be the place to go for minor accidents and injuries, urgent care is equipped to handle broken bones, minor burns, scrapes, stitches, and more.
But don’t forget, severe lacerations, uncontrolled bleeding, compound fractures, and other major traumas still require immediate emergency medical attention.
In addition to accidents and injuries, our knowledgeable medical staff can also treat most common illnesses, from cold and flu symptoms to infections and beyond.
Cold, flu, and infections
At Fast Pace Health, we’re equipped to treat cold and flu symptoms. These include classic symptoms like coughing, headaches, runny nose, fever, body aches, and more. We also treat most minor infections, such as pink eye, UTIs, ear infections, and more.
Common allergy symptoms
A major reason for primary care visits is allergy symptoms, which affect millions of people every year. Common allergy symptoms include itchy, watery eyes, runny nose, coughing, and sneezing. Our urgent care clinics can also handle mild allergic reactions, but severe reactions (anaphylaxis) require immediate emergency medical attention.
Nausea and vomiting symptoms
Our clinics can also treat uncomfortable gastrointestinal issues and symptoms, such as nausea and vomiting. These symptoms can be caused by things like food poisoning or stomach viruses. We can help when symptoms like nausea and vomiting get you down.
Urgent care is typically a better option than busy ERs when it comes to minor injuries, accidents, and injuries. However, there are also some potentially life-threatening medical emergencies that do require immediate treatment from an emergency room:
Dial emergency services or head straight to the closest ER if you or a loved one is experiencing any of the following:
Our West Point location provides more than just urgent care. We have X-ray and lab services onsite as well. The lab services include common blood testing, such as:
In addition to lab services, we also support our community’s healthcare needs with additional services, such as behavioral health and DOT and sports physicals. Prevention and wellness services, like vaccinations and flu shots, are also available.
Our behavioral health services include screenings and treatments for various behavioral health issues, like anxiety, depression, ADHD, relationship problems, eating disorders, grief, addiction and substance abuse, learning disabilities, and more.
When you have an urgent medical condition that requires attention, feel free to stop by our West Point location and let our passionate team of highly-trained healthcare providers give you the care you and your family deserve.
From a stomach ache to stitches, we’ve got you and your family covered. We’ll help you start feeling better faster, from your couch or a clinic near you. Our West Point, MS Fast Pace Health location is open seven days a week, with no appointment necessary. Walk-ins are welcome. Just walk in or save your spot in line today.
Get treatment for a wide range of illnesses, injuries, and common conditions that need immediate attention. Providing urgent care for everyday illnesses & injuries. Plus, physicals, vaccines, lab tests & x-ray services. Open seven days a week.
Same excellent urgent care and prescription medications and refills. Wherever you are. Telehealth services are similar to the services patients receive in our clinics, except they are provided in your home via an application downloaded to your smartphone or tablet.
The Behavioral Health team, at Fast Pace Health, focuses on treating patients with behavioral health issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, and other psychiatric disorders using appropriate medications and/or psychotherapy.
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