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Urgent Care at Denver Speer

AFC Urgent Care Denver Speer now available for walk-in clinic urgent care care access for local patients in Speer, Lincoln Park, Baker, and Alamo Placita, CO. 

Denver Speer

777 E Speer Blvd.
Denver, CO 80203

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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AFC Urgent Care Denver Speer

Our Denver Speer clinic is located at the corner of the northbound side of E Speer Blvd and N. Clarkson St. The clinic is just a few blocks west of Denver Country Club by the historic Cherry Creek. We are just 5 minutes south on Speer from Denver Health. 

The Denver Speer clinic serves the Speer, Alamo Placita, Baker, Washington Park, Washington Park West, Belcaro, Capitol Hill and Cherry Creek neighborhoods. 

We offer the flexibility of setting an appointment to fit your schedule. Or to simply walk in and be seen as soon as possible.

Our Services

Urgent Care
Primary Care
Drug Testing
Occupational Medicine
Flu Shots
STD Testing
On-Site Labs
Sports Physicals
DOT Physicals

Directions to AFC Urgent Care Denver Speer

AFC Urgent Care Denver Speer aims to provide friendly and family-focused urgent care and walk-in clinic to multiple communities around the immediate Denver Speer neighborhood. 

AFC Urgent Care Denver Speer serves families and patients located in Speer, Baker, Belcaro, Lincoln Park, Capitol Hill, and Alamo Plactica. If you reside in these areas or are passing through, AFC Urgent Care has a convenient walk-in clinic for a variety of medical services. 

If you require more detailed directions, use the link below to locate us on the map or consult with the step-by-step directions below: 

Directions to our Walk-In Clinic from Lincoln Park, CO

Directions to Denver Walk-In Clinic from Baker, CO

Directions to our Walk-In Clinic from Speer, CO

Directions to Denver Walk-In Clinic from Alamo Placita, CO

Explore our other urgent care services at AFC Urgent Care denver locations:

Urgent Care Center

Urgent care is a form of walk-in clinic that provides near ambulatory care to patients of all ages. Urgent care is an essential alternative to emergency care for any patient that has a sudden, but non-emergency, medical need. 

Urgent care services include a mix of medical treatments, triage, preventive care, and diagnostic medical procedures. For example, an urgent care center can provide x-rays and imaging services so you’ll never need to wait in an emergency room.  However, urgent care also provides a vast array of common medical services for patients: 

Learn more about the services provided by our dedicated urgent care providers!

Walk-In Clinic

A walk-in clinic by its most basic definition is a category of medical facilities that accepts patients without the need for an appointment. As the name suggests, patients just walk-in to the clinic in order to receive treatment. 

A walk-in clinic usually provides services on a first-come, first-serve basis for immediate medical needs that aren’t qualified as medical emergencies. The main goal of a walk-in clinic is to provide a faster and more cost-effective alternative to the doctor’s office and the emergency room. 

Check out more on our walk-in clinic page for more information:

Flu Shots

Flu season doesn’t mean you or your family members have to feel crummy. Avoid getting seasonal influenza at any AFC Urgent Care Denver walk-in clinic. We have flu vaccines in stock and available immediately—no appointment necessary.

Patients above the age of six months old should get a flu shot as soon as possible and right before flu season begins. Without the flu shot you and members of your family will likely get sick, experience irritating symptoms, and missed commitments including school and work.

If you need a flu shot ASAP, please check-in to your nearest AFC Urgent Care Denver facility whenever possible. If patients need to learn more about the flu, how it impacts communities, and how to prevent it, please keep reading: