New urgent care medical clinic opens in Reidsville on US 29

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REIDSVILLE — The Carolina QuickCare GP Center will open this fall as the city’s newest urgent care facility, the company announced in a press release.

Builders started the project this week at 5156 US 29 near Arby’s and Starbuck’s. The new all-ages medical center will be open seven days a week with an on-site laboratory and x-ray facilities, the statement said.

Touted as a compassionate and affordable alternative to emergency services, the clinic will also be an urgent care provider authorized by the Veterans Administration, the statement said.

“Carolina QuickCare Reidsville team members look forward to providing quality, personal care to patients. The new location will be open 7 days a week evenings and weekends to accommodate the busy schedules of Reidsville families,” said the developers. in the communiqué. .

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The schedule will be: Monday to Saturday: 8 am to 8 pm; Sundays: 9am-6pm

“We are excited to pave the way and ‘Rise Up’ in the wonderful community of Reidsville,” said Suzy Buck, COO of Carolina Quickcare.

“Our team looks forward to providing Reidsville residents with convenient access to quality healthcare, 7 days a week.”

Affordable care and convenient services

The Carolina QuickCare Reidsville location will accept all major insurance, including Medicaid, Medicare and TRICARE, and will also offer self-pay pricing from $119. No appointments are required at Carolina QuickCare, but patients can choose to check in online.

In addition to illness and injury visits, the center will provide medical examinations and assessments, as well as the following services on a daily basis:

COVID Testing and Treatment • Onsite Lab and X-ray • Wound Care • $89 DOT Medical Tests • Allergy Care • Burns

Occupational medicine • Sprains and strains • Upper respiratory tract and sinus infections • Skin rashes • STD testing and treatment

Sutures • Tuberculosis tests • Sunburns • Ear infections • Cold and flu care • Bug bites • Headaches • and more

For up-to-date clinic information, please visit or text “QUICK” to 843-418-9107. You can also follow Reidsville’s location on social media at

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(336) 349-4331, ext. 6140


New urgent care medical clinic opens in Reidsville on US 29

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