When you or a family member are in need of immediate medical care, you can trust the team a Robertsdale Urgent Care in Alabama to get you in to see the provider quickly. Owner and provider Amy Younce is a longtime community member and native resident of Robertsdale, and she is committed to providing prompt and reliable care. We understand that sometimes you don’t have time to wait to get into an appointment with your family doctor; when you don’t feel well, you need and deserve care right away.
When you come to our medical practice, we will make time for your entire family to be seen and treated. We take precautions to prevent illness from spreading to other patients, making hand sanitizer and facial masks available at our front desk. Our provider and nurses care about your continued well-being, so when you visit us, we will give you the same care and understanding that a family doctor would give you.
If you have any questions about our services or hours, our staff would love to hear from you, so be sure to give us a call. When you need to be seen promptly in Baldwin County, stop by our walk-in clinic. Remember that in life-threatening emergencies, you should always dial 911.
*Covid testing offered by appointment only. Please call to schedule.
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Our provider Amy is a qualified MSN, RN, CRNP, FNP-C, and AGACNP-BC. She graduated from the University of South Alabama in 2011 with degrees in both family practice and acute care. With six years of experience in emergency medicine and trauma surgery, she can handle your medical needs.
If you need medical treatment quickly, you don’t want to deal with the hassle of making an appointment and suffering until then. When you choose us, you can walk in, be seen as quickly as possible, and go home with the medications you need to feel better.
Our team is committed to improving the access available in our community to quick and quality healthcare. We want to make sure every patient gets the care they need to get back to life as soon as possible.