On July 11th , Walk-In-Care, LLC will reopen its Madison Heights location, located at 118 Oakwood Place! The immediate care will focus on a range of acute illnesses, non-life-threatening injuries, and sports and DOT physicals with hours of operation of Monday-Friday 8a-6p.
Effective, Monday, September 21, 2020
Our Candlers Mountain, Forest, and Wards Road facilities will return to business as usual, seeing both sick and well patients. All three facilities will have the ability to conduct Coronavirus testing, in addition to providing our traditional, acute medical care services.
Our Amherst location will remain a Well Location for patients with NON-Coronavirus symptoms.
On July 8, Walk-In-Care, LLC will open a new Forest location to better serve the west side of Lynchburg, as well as the Wyndhurst, Bedford, Goode and Forest Communities. The immediate care will focus on a range of acute illnesses, non-life threatening injuries, and sports and DOT physicals with extended hours and weekends.
Last Updated: July 1, 2020
In an effort to continue providing a safe environment for our patients and staff, starting Monday, May 4th, we are requiring all patients wear masks or face coverings when visiting our Walk-In-Care locations. Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
As a member of Collaborative Health Partners, we offer immediate care health services at a fraction of the cost of an emergency room, with much less patient wait time! The goal is to make healthcare affordable, so employers can focus their time and attention on building the business. This is why we feature programs for pre-employment screening, drug testing, occupational medicine, workers’ comp examinations and physicals, in addition to convenient care.
Walk-In-Care Launches New App!
Walk-In-Care is proud to announce the launch of their new app! Now patients and visitors have even more convenience, right in the palm of their hand. The new app has simplified functions to make navigating the Walk-In-Care easier.
Physician’s Treatment Center and CVFP Medical Group have created Walk-In Care, with ﬁve locations open seven days a week.
Combining the strengths of both PTC and CVFP Immediate Care Centers, Walk-In-Care locations will expand access to medical care for acute illnesses and injuries as well as routine healthcare services, with several locations open seven days a week.
“This is a great example of two strong, independent groups in the community coming together to increase access, focus on quality, and work toward lowering the cost of healthcare,” says PTC’s Dr. Matt Tatom, who serves as President of Walk-In-Care.