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.
Very nice staff. Short waiting time. They listen to you. The Dr I saw was very thorough and caring. I would go there again.Terrie V.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. My wait was not long at all. I would definitely return in the future!Angela T.
Did not sit in the waiting room forever.Everyone was courteous, professional, and very competent; the nurse, doctor, and practitioner. I felt very confident that I was in good care. I will go back.Chip J.
The staff and medical practitioners are excellent in their fields. I wish they had a standalone practice, we go to them for medical and medical maintenance.Edward J.
The staff is very knowledgeable and sufficient.Taradeanmia R.
Applecare waycross was very prompt an friendly in taking care of all our needs .I highly recommend them .Kimberly E.
AppleCare Macon was very considerate, clean and efficient! I was seen and diagnosed quickly and on my way. It was the height of flu season and they were actively cleaning each surface which was wonderful since I wasn't there with the flu! We will be using them again if needed in the future!geoffrey m.
I felt very welcomed and they were genuinely concerned with my injury. I would definitely go back.Jaime L.
Very friendly and effective. I would definitely recommend them.Yvette T.
10 +++++ very happy with the service. Very courteous staff very knowledgeable staff an awesome visit all around.... thank you to your wonderful people I feel so much better now...Corine J.
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