AFC Urgent Care Watertown Is Open 8AM to 5PM on 11/25 and 8AM to 2PM on Thanksgiving Day. 

DUE TO COVID-19, WE ARE EXPERIENCING UNUSUALLY HIGH CALL VOLUME
INSTEAD OF CALLING, PATIENTS MAY BOOK AN ONLINE TELE VISIT

We are currently doing drug screens only between 4-6pm. Please expect 30-45 mins wait
No BAT (BREATH ALCOHOL TESTING) Or FIT RESPIRATORY TESTING 

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR COVID RESULTS
See how our Abbott Laboratories Rapid COVID-19 Testing performs in the urgent care setting. 

Tick Bite and Lyme Disease Treatment

During the spring and summer, rates of Lyme disease and tick bites increase dramatically in Massachusetts as more individuals go outside and in wooded areas. For any Lyme disease and tick bite treatments, visit AFC Urgent Care Watertown for any tick bite treatment and immediate care.
Both adults and children are likely to require prevention techniques and treatment options throughout the summer for tick bites and Lyme. To avoid Lyme disease and tick contact, make sure you implement these skills:

  • Avoid wooded areas when possible.
  • Wear protective clothing when camping or going into the woods so that ticks don’t attach to your legs. Lightweight but durable pants and boots can help reduce your chances of ticks.
  • Follow frequent public health alerts and updates online or elsewhere to see if your town has any tick alerts or warnings in the immediate area.
  • After any outdoor activities, conduct a body check on your head, hair, neck legs, ears, and any other visible parts of the body. Ticks can still find ways to stay on your person even under clothes, so always double check.
  • Check your pets, especially dogs, for any ticks. Dogs are a frequent host for ticks and will need a through check for any ticks.

How can Urgent Care help with your Lyme Disease treatment?

AFC Urgent Care Watertown provides diagnostic exams to help determine if you have Lyme disease and what the best course of action will be for you. We provide services including x-rays, lab testing, and other diagnostic exams to determine if you have Lyme.
A few ways to tell if you likely have Lyme disease includes:

  • Bull’s Eye Pattern Rash
  • Fatigue
  • Swelling
  • Stiffness
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness

If you ever have questions about our services, please contact us directly at 203.567.4171 for more information about how our walk-in clinic can help you!