We are offering walk-in Rapid COVID-19 PCR, Antigen and Antibody Testing  – NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED. Online registration is still recommended (please follow all steps and upload insurance information and photo ID).  We are also seeing patients for general urgent care needs and following the strictest protocols for patient safety.


Flu Treatment

Flu Treatment in North Andover, MA

COVID-19 Testing

Call for information regarding COVID-19 testing at AFC North Andover - available near Andover, Boxford, & Middleton, MA

Urgent Care

Receive care for all urgent health needs at AFC Urgent Care North Andover. We provide treatment for a variety of illnesses & injuries

At AFC Urgent Care North Andover, our board-certified physicians provide prompt flu diagnosis. We can even test for other contagious illnesses, such as strep throat and COVID-19, using our convenient on-site lab. Test results are available within minutes, so we can help you feel your best as soon as possible. Our lab testing is easy and convenient, and our physicians are knowledgeable on all treatment options. 

Illness Treatment near Boxford, MA

The differences between these infections and viruses are often subtle, making it necessary to receive prompt medical attention as they range in their seriousness. In most cases, flu symptoms are often more severe than a cold. 

For instance, with the flu, infants and elderly people often suffer from life-threatening symptoms if they don’t receive medical care. This is why it is important to receive a flu diagnosis, even if you think you may just have a nasty cold. 

Flu Symptoms

It can be easy to confuse the flu with COVID-19. It’s important to get tested and understand the differences in symptoms.

Some common flu-like symptoms you may experience include:

  • Body ache
  • Chest discomfort
  • Chills
  • Dehydration
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Flushing
  • Loss of appetite
  • Runny nose
  • Sneezing
  • Sweating

Contact AFC Urgent Care North Andover

For treatment, our medical team may administer medicine to alleviate certain symptoms. In most cases, our providers will quickly diagnose the illness and offer the necessary guidance and advice to help expedite the healing process.

In general, proper rest is the best medicine to treat influenza. For certain at-risk people, we may recommend visiting the emergency room as they can offer emergency care if symptoms become life-threatening.

For more information about our flu shots or treatment for influenza, please call us at 978-470-0800.