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.
A good experience!. Friendly and helpful staff. I got in and out in no time!. It's great for veterans under the mission act you get 4 free visits, after that it's a &30.00 copay.Sandra R.
I loved the care I received. Everyone was so kind. I needed stitches and the lady who stitched me was wonderful and patient. The care was excellent.Palma E.
Thank you so much you all have really help me a whole lot. I'm feeling so much better my jaw has went down and the meds has been helping me with my pain. Y'all Was so nice to help i thank you again i give y'all five ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ for a great service.Shyderia S.
The staff is very professional and friendly. The wait time was very short. I would recommend this facility to anyone.Kimberly R.
My family and I have been visiting AppleCare periodically for years, and have always been treated with friendly service and a very compassionate staff! I will continue to visit AppleCare and would highly recommend their services to anyone. Thank you!Jenna L.
Work quickly and efficiently. My wait time was short. Obviously the busier they are the longer it will take but through no fault of their. Great staff, Amazing Dr. Thank you!!!Chris E.
Love it...they are Great 👍 This is his wife and I just want to thank the 2 Great Ladies that set Franklin back on the right path to taking care of himself.Terri T.
I had the best experience at AppleCare Valdosta. They’re always helpful and courteous and recommend them highly, Thx AppleCare staffharry p.
I needed a quick sports physical for my son, they got me in and out. Very pleasant atmosphere...Lakeesha M.
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.
Have you ever thought about how many food options we have in the U.S.? We have thousands of fast food restaurants, hundreds of cereals, and more flavors of ice cream than most people can imagine. Unfortunately, most of these foods don’t fuel our bodies. In fact, they do the...read more →
School’s out, which means your child is probably anxiously waiting for summer camps or sports to get started. It also means it’s time to schedule a camp or sports physical. What is a Camp or Sports Physical? A camp or sports physical, also called a pre-participation physical examination (PPE),...read more →
The summer months are an excellent time of year to focus on our health. Not only should physical and mental health take priority, but our eye health as well. With increased exposure to the sun, we must be proactive in protecting our eyes. Avoid ultraviolet (UV) rays. To...read more →
When you think of winter what all comes to mind? Holiday parties, family gatherings, baking pies and decorating cookies are a few of my winter favorites. This time of year, brings a lot of sweet memories made and also a lot of germs shared. As a health care worker...read more →
Good morning Georgia! Two updates to the list below – Douglas will be open normal hours on Saturday Waycross will be CLOSED Saturday. Valdosta may close early today – A decision will be confirmed this afternoon and communicated at that time. We will continue to update as needed. Be...read more →
If you’re one of the millions of people who enjoy a glass of wine with dinner, you’re in luck – especially if you prefer red wine. Years of research and studies have shown that moderate, daily consumption can reap you the perks you’ve heard so much about in the news. And...read more →
With so much information flowing through the Internet and across countless social media sites, it’s easy to get confused as to which heart health news may be more myth than actual reality. What was good is now bad, and what was bad is now not quite as bad, or actually even...read more →
Though primarily known for the shift to Daylight Savings Time, St. Patrick’s Day, and finally signaling the long-awaited start of spring, you should know that March is also National Brain Injury Awareness month. Every year in the U.S. over one million people suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) of some kind,...read more →
As you’ve more that likely heard by now, a relatively recent outbreak of the mosquito-borne Zika virus is making its way around South America, mostly in the country of Brazil. The virus is actually not new, as it was first discovered and identified in the late 1940’s in Uganda. Since then there...read more →
If you’re one of the growing number of Americans suffering from heartburn these days, you may also be one the millions of people taking some type of medication to treat or prevent it. While there is more than one way to medically combat heartburn, one of the leading methods is utilizing what’s known...read more →
A lot of different traits can run in families, such as hair color, height, or an increased likelihood of having twins. Something else that can be passed down from generation to generation? Seasonal allergies. Genetics play a starring role in what you may or may not be allergic to during...read more →
Eye health is something that most people don’t really think about too often, and as a result we tend to take our vision for granted. If you wear prescription eyeglassesor contact lenses, you may already have a small idea of how difficult life could be if you were to completely...read more →