FAQs

What do I need to bring with me in order to be seen? » 

Please bring one form of personal identification (either a valid driver’s license, passport or other ID with photo) and Insurance Card (provided you have insurance).  Also, be sure to bring any custom or additional forms to be filled out if you are getting a camp, school, sports, or employment physical.

What can I go to a walk-in clinic for? »

At AHS, we treat minor sprains, strains, lacerations and illnesses such as cold, flu, cough, upper respiratory infections and any non-emergency illness or injury. We also provide physicals for camp, sports, and employment. AHS does not treat chronic illnesses or emergencies.

What are the advantages of using a walk-in clinic as opposed to the Emergency Room? »

Patients are seen quickly at AHS and, in general, our services are less expensive than going to the Emergency Room.

How old does a young person have to be to receive care without a parent present? »

You must be 18 years of age or older to receive care without a parent or guardian present.

What type of doctors do you have on staff? »

AHS employs physicians who specialize in Family Practice, Sports Medicine & Occupational Medicine.

Do you provide vaccinations? » 

AHS is a full-service clinic, providing vaccinations, flu shots, and blood work. If you would like a vaccination, please bring your immunization card if possible.

Do you provide flu shots? » 

Yes, AHS provides flu shots.

Do you have the capability to take X-rays? » 

Yes, AHS offers digital x-rays, which save time and money, allowing for faster, more accurate results.

Do provide blood work? » 

Yes, we offer blood work.

Do I need an appointment? » 

No appointment necessary! We are a walk-in clinic, open 7:30 am to 5pm Monday through Friday.