AppUrgent Care Center
A part of Appalachian Regional Medical Associates
Get in, get out, and get well!
AppUrgent Care Center provides convenient, walk-in care to patients with non-life threatening illness or injury such as sore throats, strains, sprains, fever, flu and more. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911 or proceed to your nearest emergency room.
NOTICE: We accept all major insurance, credit cards, and personal checks.
Patients may contact the Practice Manager at (828) 265-5505 with questions, concerns, complaints or compliments regarding AppUrgent Care.
Our services and symptoms we can treat:
- Allergic Reactions
- Broken Bones & Fractures
- Concussion Screening
- Head Injuries
- Insect Bites
- Lab Work related to complaint
- Muscle Injuries
- Occupational Health
- DOT / CDL physicals
- Sport physicals
- TDAP vaccines
- Flu vaccines
- TB skin test (PPD)
- Splinters & Other Foreign Objects
- Strep Throat
- Traffic Accidents
I went to Appurgent Care one Wednesday morning. I was there about an hour total and everyone was great! I don’t have insurance and they were very polite in letting me know how I should pay. Thank you for the help and getting me better, keep up the great work.
I am visiting Boone, NC from Florida and had a need for an urgent care. I visited today and from the minute I walked in the experience was top notch. I was pleasantly greeted, waited a minimal amount of time (10-15 minutes), was promptly seen by Dr. Zimmerman and a very knowledgeable nurse, and received a thorough exam and diagnosis. I couldn’t be more pleased! Thanks for the great care.
From the minute we walked in the door, we knew we were going to be looked after very well. All the staff was friendly and knowledgeable. From Bill, the RN who kept my husband distracted to Andrew Gray and his assistant Crissy who stitched him up quickly and professionally, we couldn’t have asked for a better experience. Thank you to all of you!
Sometimes it’s hard to know whether your illness or injury requires the emergency department or urgent care. This decision-making graphic should help you decide. Read More: ER or Urgent Care: Which should you choose?