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.
Yes I would like to thank Ms. Donnan for seeing me she did great and I feel much better today!! The exotic looking nurse I think her name was Mary gave me my shots and I barely felt anything. The front desk lady was very sweet and nice thank you Ms. Clarissa!! Thank you all for your help and I will be coming back!!Shamonika S.
I liked it, everyone was polite and it was a quick visit. I didn’t have any insurance but it was still an affordable visit/ prescriptionsMolly L.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. My wait was not long at all. I would definitely return in the future!Angela T.
The Dr or PA was professional and took care of my problem.. Marty Turner was kind and considerate... The girls in the office and assistants were courteous and professional as well.. I would recommend AppleCare and would use them again....Faye W.
I had a great experience here. The staff was were professional, caring, and informative. I adored Nurse Brooke. She was the biggest help!Skye A.
I had a wonderful experience during my visit at AppleCare. Five star customer rating absolutely! Everyone there was polite, friendly, helpful, and had a great sense of humor. The cost of my visit was affordable considering I was a cash paying patient. The wait time... what wait time? I signed in, filled out the paperwork, and called back within 15 minutes. The staff was mindful and listened to every concern I had. They asked questions about my symptoms, offered sound medical advice, and made sure I understood everything before I left. They didn’t mind that I could be a Chatty Cathy (talk too much). They were just wonderful! I absolutely recommend and will be referring others to AppleCare.Delia T.
The staff is very professional and friendly. The wait time was very short. I would recommend this facility to anyone.Kimberly R.
Staff was polite and friendly. My daughter gets very nervous and shy in new places and staff/nurses/doctor were very sweet to her. They went out of their way to make her feel comfortable and as a mom, that warmed my heart. Will definitely come back if we have any urgent care needs!Hannah B.
Helpful willing and extremely friendly Staff. The Dr. took extra time to explain things and she gave me tidbitsFern T.
I want to commend the AppleCare in Statesboro, Ga. I received prompt and professional treatment from everyone at the facility from the time I walked in the front door! Front desk lady polite and helpful. Nurse was kind and professional and doctor who took care of me outstanding. She diagnosed my problem and went the extra mile in making sure I understood. Thanks to all the wonderful staff!Eva K.
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