NEED A DOCTOR? JUST WALK IN!

At Urgent Care Africa we know that having immediate, affordable, convenient access to urgent medical care is important to you. From coughs and colds to cuts, burns and broken bones our qualified doctors and medical staff are here to treat a wide range of non life threatening illnesses and injuries for adults and children.

Our walk in medical centres are open 7 days a week with extended operating hours including early mornings, evenings and weekends to ensure you and your family are well cared for.

  • Open 7 days a week
    Open 7 days a week
  • Extended hours
    Extended hours
  • No appointment needed
    No appointment needed
  • Qualified doctors on site
    Qualified doctors on site
  • More affordable
    More affordable
  • Data stored for quick repeat visits and consultations
    Data stored for quick repeat visits and consultations

WHY URGENT CARE

Little things, like a grazed elbow, can be treated at home. Life-threatening conditions, like chest pains, require a trip to the Emergency Room. For everything in between, there's Urgent Care.

Emergency rooms are not the fastest or most cost effective choice when you need immediate health care, with long wait times for less serious health concerns. Primary healthcare practices require appointments, and are often not available after hours, weekends or over public holidays. That’s why Urgent Care Africa is a convenient, caring alternative facility for your health care needs.

We offer treatment to patients of all ages for non-life threatening injury and illness, like the flu, allergic reactions, broken bones, cuts requiring stitches and more. We provide a full service option for unscheduled, time sensitive care by a doctor lead team of medical professionals.

OUR VISION is OUR MISSION

Innovating the art of immediate healthcare in every corner of Africa, by delivering:

What we treat:

Illnesses

Allergies

Bladder infections

Bronchitis

Colds

Cuts / minor lacerations

Diarrhoea

Ear infections

Ear wax removal

Eye infections / sties

Fingernail / toenail injuries

Haemorrhoids

Influenza (flu)

Insect / bee stings

Laryngitis

Sinus infections

Splinter removal

Sprains

Stomach flu (gastroenteritis)

Strep / sore throat

Swimmer's ear

Urinary tract infections

Adult (Episodes/Complications)

Abdominal pain

Abnormal vaginal bleeding

Allergic reactions

Anaemia

Anxiety

Arthritis

Asthma

Diabetes

Diarrhoea

Diverticulitis

Gastritis or indigestion

Gout

Headaches – migraine and tension

Hypertension

Kidney disease

Medication side effects

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)

Paediatric

Childhood infectious diseases

Skin Conditions

Acne

Athlete’s foot

Cold sores

Eczema / dry skin

Impetigo

Minor burns and rashes

Minor skin infections

Sunburn

Minor wound care

Psoriasis

Ringworm

Skin lesions/rashes

Wart removal (liquid nitrogen)

Minor trauma and lacerations

Ear ache

Tonsillitis

Injuries

Acute fracture (non-displaced)

Auto accidents – whiplash

Back pain or strains

Knee, shoulder, ankle sprains

Lacerations

Diagnostic Testing

Blood counts (on site)

Full lab panels

Liver Function Testes (on site)

HIV (on site)

Influenza (flu)

Microscopy

Mononucleosis

Pregnancy tests (on site)

Sexually transmitted disease cultures

Strep throat screens

Therapeutic blood levels

Thyroid screens

Preventive Screenings

Blood pressure

Cardiac lipid profile

Cholesterol

Diabetes / blood sugar

Kidney / liver function

Urinalysis

Pap smears

Physical Exams

Medical certification exams

Employer pre-employment

Executive physicals

Insurance physicals

Routine physical exams

School and sports pre-screening

Fit to travel exams

Vaccinations

Flu – seasonal

Hepatitis A – child/adult

Hepatitis B – child/adult

Hib

OPV (polio)

Meningitis

MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)

Pneumonia

Td (tetanus, diphtheria)

Travel vaccines (excl Yellow Fever)

Varicella (Chickenpox)

HPV (Human Papillomavirus)