Why Choose Us
We’re open nights and weekends, no appointment needed. From flu shots and lab tests to x-rays and workers' comp exams, get the care you need on your schedule.
We have short wait times, in-network providers, and clean facilities. We know you're busy, so we provide high quality care that's convenient for you.
For a fraction of the cost of an emergency room visit, our licensed experienced providers address urgent matters, including sprains, broken bones, and more.
The staff members were very courteous and professional, and I was seen very quickly.Theresa H.
10!! I will be back to this AppleCare in Waycross even if it is 30 miles from me. I think Brandon saw me and he was very knowledgeable, professional, and very courteous. I will be back to this clinicTommy A.
Applecare waycross was very prompt an friendly in taking care of all our needs .I highly recommend them .Kimberly E.
Excellent professional service with a very friendly staff. Everything was very clean also. Very pleased with this urgent care. This was my first visit to Apple care and I was treated with kindness like I have been coming here for years.Rhonda L.
Staff was extremely polite and nice. I was seen quickly. They even accepted my Florida insurance and I only had to pay the regular co-pay.Clover N.
I was very pleased with the care I received. From receptionist to NP everyone was very helpful and courteous.Sherrie H.
Went for two children’s sports physicals. I feel like they valued my time as much as I did. We were in and out for two kinds in under a hour. That’s a win any day!Sarah S.
Great staff!!! Very timely!! Love the new screen with wait time on it. Spot on treatment. Highly recommended.Hyrum H.
Best Dr I have been to in years. So kind too. The entire staff was kind and efficient. It could not have been any better.V K.
I absolutely LOVE the staff and providers at AppleCare! I've visited the office quite a few times and not once have I left feeling as if nothing was accomplished! Everyone in the office is friendly and knowledgeable!Stephanie A.
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