Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care of Athens & Ardmore
For When It Matters Most
The ER is 3x more expensive than Urgent Care. An average visit to Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care runs $75-$125.
Minutes in Urgent Care vs Hours in the ER or months to be seen by a primary care in a large healthcare system. Spend 90% less time waiting.
Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care is in your neighborhood. Walk-ins are welcome and we are open Monday through Saturday in Athens and during the week in Ardmore.
Get In Touch
Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care of Athens & Ardmore, Alabama, has two convenient locations in your neighborhood, offering flexible, extended hours. Give us a call or just walk-in for a personalized care experience from providers you can trust.
Mon, Wed, Thurs: 8am – 6pm
Fri: 8am – 5pm
Sat: 1pm – 5pm
Mon-Wed: 8am – 6pm
Fri: 8am – 5pm
Why Choose Comprehensive
Primary & Urgent Care of Athens and Ardmore Alabama
We offer a more convenient and affordable way to get help when you have a medical problem – and without the wait of an Emergency Room or the scheduling months in advance to see your primary care provider. Our experienced providers are equipped with the tools and technology needed to provide the highest quality care. The main difference between our primary and urgent care facility and emergency rooms is the severity of your health problem. If your condition is life-threatening, go to an emergency room as soon as possible. If you’re dealing with a minor illness or injury, need a general wellness exam, or need to establish long-term care with a primary care provider (PCP) take advantage of the convenience and affordability Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care has to offer!
Our Healthcare Services.
We specialize in customized care to address everyday medical problems like broken bones, lab work, vaccines, physicals, and even routine annual visits and we even work with most major insurance providers.
Now offering Phizer COVID-19 Vaccine via appointment.
Rely on us for every member of your family’s health.
For illness, accidents, minor injuries just walk-in.
We are urgent care AND full primary care/family medicine.
Follows a specific set of steps approved by Medicare.
Same services as a primary care physician less the wait.
Men’s Physical Exams
You take care of others, so don’t neglect your own health.
Walk-in treatment for seasonal allergy symptoms.
Stop in to get your flu shot here just like a pharmacy.
Sports & School Physicals
Is your child joining a team or league. Call or walk-in today.
Children’s Urgent Care
When children are sick or injured, every second counts.
Vaccines – Immunizations
Vaccines are important to mitigate preventable diseases.
We can do most of your lab work in-house without delay.
If you’re sexually active, you need to be tested ASAP.
We offer in office rapid COVID-19 antigen AND rapid COVID-19 antibody testing.
Patient Resources and Forms
Please complete and sign the new patient welcome packet below. Please print and bring the forms with you to your appointment or you may email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audra Moore, APRN
Family Nurse Practitioner
Audra Moore is a Nurse Practitioner who emphasizes empathy and patient education as a true patient advocate with excellent customer service skills. She has been a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners since 2015 and has experience in OBGYN, pediatric care, and family medicine.
Stan Smallwood, APRN
Family Nurse Practitioner
Stan Smallwood is a caring and dedicated Nurse Practitioner who seeks to provide the highest quality patient care through education and empowerment. He is a 2007 graduate of The University of Alabama in Huntsville with a Masters degree in Nursing. He is Board Certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. He specilized in Family Practice and Urgent Care.
Morgan Coulter, CRNP
Family Nurse Practitioner
Morgan is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner with experience in family practice, urgent care, and orthopedics. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Masters of Science in Nursing in 2019 and also completed a double major from Martin Methodist College in 2015 where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Morgan has a passion for developing long-term relationships with her patients and their families. Her special interests include using evidenced based medicine to care for and thoroughly educate her patients on both existing and new medical conditions, preventative medicine, and health promotion.
A Healthcare System Designed for Modern Day
No one has time these days for waiting around months to see their primary care doctor or hours in the Emergency Room for minor health issues that can be seen by our urgent care staff. That’s why Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care is here. We’re local and open 6-days a week with extended hours for when it matters most to you and your family.
+ Combined Yrs Experience
Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between CPAUC and my current PCP?
What makes us different is the fact that we offer both urgent care AND primary care, where you can establish care with us on a routine basis just like any other primary care provider (or PCP). Even if you have yet to establish with us as your PCP, patients are more than welcome to utilize our urgent care services too. Your primary doctor plays a very important part in your long-term health.
PCPs know your medical history and the conditions you’ve suffered from. They have access to your medical records and can therefore come to more educated conclusions when you come to them with symptoms. This is particularly important when managing chronic conditions. PCPs can be your home base for illness or chronic condition management, and can advise you on the next step based on everything you’ve already tried.
Urgent care clinics handle basically the same conditions as a primary doctor’s clinic. When you’re not feeling well. The times you need basic shots (like the flu shot) or stitches. To get your prescriptions renewed. When you need tests done (x-rays, lab tests, strep tests).
What's the difference between urgent care and the ER?
(If you feel you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please visit your closest Emergency Room)
Urgent care clinics like Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care are here to support patients going through urgent medical conditions. We don’t deal with life threatening conditions – that’s what the ER is for – but we do help patients who can’t wait weeks or months for a family doctor appointment.
See our services for how we can help you and your family and to see the minor conditions we treat.
Is Urgent Care Cheaper than going to the Emergency Room?
Financial Considerations should not dissuade you from going directly to the emergency room if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency.
An average visit to Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care is between $125 – $75. Often times urgent care is less expensive than going to the emergency room due to the fact that urgent care facilities like Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care deal with less serious medical conditions compared to the ER. But when you or a loved one are feeling sick, has a broken limb, or need to renew a prescription, we will certainly be the better option and significantly cheaper than the ER as long as you are NOT experiencing a potentially life-threatening emergency. In that case, please visit your local Emergency Room as soon as possible.
Does CPAUC Take Insurance?
Absolutely, we work with most major insurance providers in the state of Georgia. Even if we are considered out of network with your insurance coverage, we will be happy to supply you with all the necessary paperwork for you to file for a reimbursement from your insurance company.
Walk in Appointments Available Daily
Comprehensive Primary & Urgent Care is in your neighborhood, open 6-days a week, with extended hours so give us a call or just walk-in for a personalized care experience from providers you can trust.
707 W. Market Street
Athens, AL 35611
26545 1st Street
Ardmore, AL 35739