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.
I came here because my primary care provider was unable to fit me in. Brandon the nurse practitioner and Christina were so kind and professional. The receptionist made things easy and was very helpful. I got processed, seen, and treated in an hour.Mandie O.
The staff was very professional...when I walked in I was greeted my with a very pleasant greeting and beautiful smile!!! The nurses was hands on and very compassion to my needs...from giving me a shot...I was very nervous...she really calmed me down!!! The doctor was very concerned about my knees she gave me the right meds to help me until I get to my orthopedic doctor!!! It's always a pleasure to go the APPLECARE BY SAVANNAH MALL!!! GOD BLESS!!! HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!Linda S.
The staff was very pleasant and understanding. I was unable to get in with my physician in a timely manner. The wait at AppleCare was very short. I was most impressed to find out they are open 7 days a week. Highly recommended during those unforeseen circumstances.Tiffany T.
I was just there, and the service was excellent. The receptionist was very polite and greeted me right away. Got all the paperwork taken care of and waited for a few minutes and then the nurse took me back. The nurse was very friendly as well. The doctor I had was very nice. I had a great experience there. Service was quick and great.Lai K.
I went to Immediate care with strep throat and ear pain and got no relief. I saw NP Carver yesterday at AppleCare and was very pleased with my treatment! The facility was very busy but got me in and out in a timely manner. Thank you AppleCare and Mrs. Carver!story2218
Poison Ivy appeared on my face and chest while in another state attending a family funeral. Because my son was already on medication for poison ivy (Both of us got it from working in my yard.), I used some of his medication. I knew I was going to have to visit an urgent care facility once I returned home; however, I dreaded that long wait with a group of people. I was on line looking for urgent care facilities in Macon-Bibb and I just happened to click on the Apple Care Urgent Care site. When I saw I could reserve a time, I decided to go for it. I input my information (nothing personal or sensitive) and submitted. Within seconds, my phone received a text confirming my requested appointment time. I also received follow-ups informing me to be there 10 minutes earlier than my appointment time for administrative purposes. Once I arrived there, I was immediately taken care of (very professionally by everyone). I was in and out of there in less than 35 minutes. This is the way to go. If at all possible, I'll never sit in an urgent care facility for hours again. (Of course, it has been 15 years since I last had such an emergency.)Thank you for the opportunity to comment on Navicent Health/Applecare Urgent Care.BeautyBlack09
Excellent service. The waiting room was packed and it took an hour to get back, but the staff gave us excellent care when we got back. Thorough and friendly. Thanks!!!Jennifer C.
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.
Friendly professional staff. Felt valued as a patient. I would recommend treatment here.Lisa A.
Best AppleCare in middle Georgia!! Make your appointment online and get in out fast. Wonderful staff!!!Kelley S.
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