We ARE now offering walk-in Rapid COVID-19 Antigen and PCR Testing at our Methuen clinic – NO Appointment needed. Online registration is still recommended (please follow all steps and upload insurance information and photo ID).  We are also seeing walk-in patients for general urgent care needs and following the strictest protocols for patient safety.



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Symptoms of Asthma

Asthma is a condition that causes your airways to swell and makes it difficult to breathe. This can cause coughing, shortness of breath, or a whistling sound when exhaling. There is currently no cure for asthma. It can be managed, however. Visit AFC Urgent Care Methuen for asthma treatment, as well as prescriptions for inhalers. If …

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Foods to Avoid with Heart Disease

Heart problems have become sadly become a prevalent part of our lives. Much of the blame goes to the unhealthy and unconscious eating habits people live by, while other reasons revolve around stress and anxiety. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Americans. Heart problems only affect the heart, while cardiovascular disease impacts …

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How Can You Tell if You Have a Thyroid Problem?

Thyroid problems can show up from an overactive gland (hyperthyroidism) or an underactive gland (hypothyroidism). 1 out of every 8 women is affected by thyroid issues, leaving them more prone than men. If you are experiencing any symptoms or just want to check on your general health, visit AFC Urgent Care Methuen. Our providers can answer …

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Early Symptoms of Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye disease that affects millions of Americans over the age of 60. It is the number one cause of blindness in adults. If caught in time, however, it can be treated, and further development can be prevented. Call AFC Urgent Care Methuen for any general health questions or concerns. If you fall into …

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Should I get a flu shot?

Flu season runs between the Fall and Winter months – from November to March. Cases typically peak in December and February, so there is still time to protect yourself this season. The CDC has estimated that the 2019-2020 flu season had about 38 million cases and 22,000 deaths. There is never a wrong time to get a …

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Telemedicine Benefits for Patients in the Fall

COVID-19 has led schools, workplaces, and nearly every other industry to explore remote options to help slow the spread of the virus. One of the most important industries utilizing remote options is the healthcare industry. Telemedicine is the remote care for clinical patient needs and it has more benefits than you realize! If you’re on …

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