Magnolia Family Urgent Care in Ocala
Magnolia Family Urgent Care

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I schedule a new appointment?

To schedule a new appointment,  visit our homepage and click on “Book an Appointment.”

Are walk-ins available?

Walk-ins are welcome at our urgent care clinic. Feel free to book an appointment while you are on your way. This may speed up the check-in process and secure an available time.

Do you offer on-site X-rays and other imaging?

We share office space with Radiology Associates of Ocala and have the capability to obtain everything from X-rays to CT scans the same day. Click here for more details

I'm running late to my appointment. Can I still be seen?

If you are more than 15 minutes late to an urgent care clinic, your appointment may be canceled. If you show up after your appointment time, the clinic may still be able to see you; however, you will likely have to wait to be seen. by a provider.

Can urgent care refill my medications?

Yes they can. Depending upon the type of medication and the last time it was refilled, your clinicians will discuss options available for a refill, new medication or connecting you with a primary care provider.

What kinds of tests can urgent care perform with same day results?

There are a variety of tests available such as flu, strep throat, and COVID. If you are experiencing pain with urination or STI symptoms the urgent can help with those as well.

When should I go to urgent care vs an emergency room?

Urgent care can provide care for mild symptoms such as fever, cough, vomiting or diarrhea and injuries such as a cut, sprains/strains or broken bones. If you are experiencing the onset of severe pain or symptoms such as difficulty breathing, chest, abdominal pain or stroke like symptoms go to the ER.

Do you accept my insurance?

We accept most insurance carriers, PPOs, and Medicare. To find out whether we accept your insurance, please visit our pricing page.

When should I see urgent care vs a primary care clinician?
If you are experiencing a mild illness such as a fever, cough, sore throat or sustained an injury that is need of immediate attention you should go to urgent care. See a primary care provider to gain insight into your overall health status, discuss preventive screenings based on your family history and age, and monitor chronic conditions.
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