KidsStreet Urgent Care in Augusta, Georgia

Open 7 Days A Week

Mon – Fri: 8AM – 8PM
Sat – Sun: 9AM – 9PM

KidsStreet Urgent Care in Augusta, Georgia provides after-hours urgent care services for newborns to 16-year-olds!

We highly recommend you register online before you come to the clinic. You will be added to the same queue if you walk into the clinic. Registering online allows you to do most of your waiting from home, which reduces your in-clinic wait times.

Our mission is the same as yours – to help your kids heal and feel better, FAST!

Note: If this is a life-threatening pediatric emergency, please call 911.

KidsStreet Online Registration Process

Testimonials

This office is so nice and effective. The online system is a lifesaver and the time frame is very accurate. The nurses are amazing with my kid, and the doctor was the BEST.
K.S.

We had a great experience! The staff is kind and accommodating! They offered us free drinks and a blanket for my sick daughter. We will be using this urgent care in the future!
L.J.

Doctor and staff were absolutely amazing! They took awesome care of my daughter. Actually, they went over and beyond for her care.
C.S.

What Are The Symptoms?

 

The symptoms of respiratory infection can vary based on type, but tend to include: 

 

  • Coughing or sneezing
  • Sore throat
  • Trouble breathing
  • Drainage
  • Congestion 
  • Stuffy or runny nose
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Red eyes
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches

Types Of Upper Respiratory Infections

 

Many URI’s are typically known as seasonal illnesses, which affect people during certain parts of the year. However, your child can contract a URI at any time especially if they have a weak immune system. 

The Cleveland Clinic considers these to be the most common upper respiratory illnesses: 

 

  • Sinusitis (sinus infection) 
  • Laryngitis
  • Common cold or cold viruses 
  • Pharyngitis (sore throat) 
  • Epiglottitis 
  • RSV (can affect lower respiratory tract as well)

Urgent Care Services

Fever and Common Illnesses

We treat a wide variety of common illnesses, including fevers, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and more.

Colds, Flus, Strep, and More

Our pediatric providers treat everything from the flu and strep throat to common colds and ear infections.

Allergies and Asthma Treatment

We treat asthma and most allergies, including seasonal allergies and allergic reactions.

Breaks, Sprains, and Stitches

Our clinics treat breaks and sprains, complete with X-rays. We also treat cuts and minor burns.

Youth Athlete Sports Physicals

Need a youth sports physical for the upcoming sports season? No matter the sport, our clinics have you covered.

Why Choose KidsStreet urgent Care?

Why KidsStreet Urgent Care for Children in Augusta?

Our KidsStreet clinics are tailored to help your little ones feel safe and comfortable throughout the entire experience. We know going to the doctor can be scary for little kids, so everything we do is designed with their comfort in mind. From ear infections, flu, strep, and COVID to broken bones and stitches, our pediatricians are here to help your little ones heal and feel better, FAST!

Pediatric urgent care at KidsStreet typically has shorter wait times and lower co-pays than a traditional Emergency Room, plus we accept most major insurance plans, including Medicaid!

Our KidsStreet Urgent Care in Augusta is open 7 days a week with extended hours that are convenient for your family. 

Why Build an Urgent Care for Children?

KidsStreet Urgent Care is part of a network of urgent care clinics throughout the Southeast with our parent company MainStreet Family Care. In caring for families, we realized the need for kid-friendly, after-hours urgent care centers that are designed specifically to help children of all ages feel more comfortable as they receive the care they need. 

In our goal to bring convenient, affordable healthcare to small cities and towns, we decided to also help address the need for pediatric urgent care centers in metro areas.

How can we help you?

When looking for an urgent care for kids near you, turn to KidsStreet Urgent Care in Augusta, Georgia. Our friendly staff, pediatricians, and pediatric providers are here to help your children get the care they need so they can heal as quickly as possible. 

We also work directly with your pediatrician to help give you peace of mind. We will automatically fax your visit records to your primary pediatrician and keep them up-to-date on your child’s care.

Who can be seen at KidsStreet? 

Our KidsStreet Urgent Care in Augusta location has seen kids from all over the Augusta, Georgia area including Evans, Grovetown, Harlem, Martinez, Thomson, Warrenton, and more! Any kid from newborn to 16 years old is able to receive care at any of our clinics. Just next door, MainStreet Family Care will see patients 16+, allowing for convenient care for your entire family. 

Heal and Feel Better, FAST!

Located near Walgreens on Washington Road just off the Bobby Jones Expressway

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