Here is a complete list of the treatments and services at Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens locations, including approximate costs for self-pay pricing*.
Remember to bring the following to your appointment:
- Valid ID
- Insurance card (Contact your insurance carrier before visiting to confirm service coverage.)
- Form of payment
Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens accepts:
- Most major credit cards
- Personal checks that represent the exact amount for services
Without these necessary documents, your visit will be rescheduled.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your selected registration time, as arriving late may delay your priority status. If you arrive 5 minutes late for your scheduled appointment, we will make every effort to accommodate you. We regret that we may have to reschedule.
What illnesses does Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens treat?
- Allergies (seasonal)
- Athlete’s foot
- Diarrhea, nausea and vomiting
- Earache and ear infections
- Female bladder infection and urinary tract infection (UTI)
- Headaches and migraines
- Head lice and scabies
- Lyme disease (early)
- Mono (infectious mononucleosis)
- Oral, mouth and cold sores
- Pink eye and styes
- Poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac
- Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening and treatment (ages 18+)
- Shingles (herpes zoster)
- Sinus infections
- Skin infections, irritations and rashes
- Sore throat and strep throat
- Staple and suture removal
- Swimmer’s ear
- Swimmer’s itch
- Upper respiratory infections
What injuries does Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens treat?
- Burns (minor)
- Corneal and eye abrasions
- Foreign body removal from eyes or ears (limited)
- Joint pain
- Minor back pain
- Splinter removal
- Sprains and strains
- Tick/insect bites and stings
What chronic conditions does Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens treat?
- Acid reflux and acid indigestion
- Cardiovascular conditions
- Chronic bronchitis
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Minor depression
- Thyroid disorders
Does Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens accept Walgreens Healthcare Clinic vouchers?
Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens locations do not accept Walgreens Healthcare Clinic vouchers.
How much do vaccines** cost for self-pay pricing* at Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens?
- Flu (Influenza)
- Fluzone Quadrivalent Flu Vaccine (Ages 18mo+): $40
- Flublok Quadrivalent Flu Vaccine. Adult flu vaccine, also used as high dose for seniors. Safe with egg allergies (Ages 18yr+): $74
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Series (Ages 9-45): $136 each
- Hepatitis A Series
- Adult (Ages 19+): $80 each
- Child (Ages 7-18): $39 each
- Hepatitis B Series
- Adult (Ages 19+): $86 each
- Child (Ages 7-18): $47 each
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) (Ages 7+): $61 each
- Meningitis (Meningococcal; Ages 11-55): $89 each
- Meningitis B Series (Ages 10-25): $96 each
- Pneumococcal Vaccine (PPSV; Ages 7+): $125 each
- Pneumonia (Pneumococcal) – Prevnar 13® (Ages 7+): $227 each
- Shingrix: $181
- Tetanus, Diphtheria, Whooping Cough (Pertussis): $53 each
- Tetanus & Diphtheria - Td (Ages 11+): $44 each
How much do physicals cost for self-pay pricing* at Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens?
- Administrative Physical (Ages 19+): $60
- Sport & Camp Physicals (Through Age 18): $38
- Administrative Forms Only/Additional Form: $15
How much do health screenings and tests cost for self-pay pricing* at Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens?
- Blood Pressure Screening & Counseling: $23-$57
- Cholesterol & Diabetes Screening & Counseling: $71-$94
- Diabetes Screening & Counseling: $83-$106
- Health Screening: $71-$94
- Health Screening with Risk Assessment: $71-$94
- PPD/TB Testing: $10
- PPD/TB Reading: $23
How much do exams cost for self-pay pricing* at Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens?
- Illnesses, aches and pains patient exams: $111 and up
- Skin conditions patient exams: $111 and up
- Minor injuries patient exams: $111 and up
- Ongoing health conditions exams: $111 and up
How much do procedures cost for self-pay pricing* at Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens?
- Foreign Body Removal from Ear (Limited): $106
- Foreign Body Removal from Eye (Limited) : $103
- Skin Tag Removal: $91
How much do medications and treatments cost for self-pay pricing* at Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens?
- Demonstration of Nebulizer Treatment: $17
- Pressurized or Non-Pressurized Inhalation Treatment: $19
- Tobacco Cessation: $29
How much do diagnostic tests*** cost for self-pay pricing* at Piedmont QuickCare at Walgreens?
- Glucose Test: $12
- Flu A & B Test: $34
- Lipid Panel: $25
- Mono Test: $13
- Pregnancy Test: $9
- Pulse Ox Test: $3
- Strep Test: $17
- Urinalysis Test: $4
STOP! If you or a family member is experiencing a life-threatening illness or injury – such as major head trauma, chest pain, severe abdominal pain, or loss of consciousness – immediately call 911 or go directly to an Emergency Room (ER).
- Charges may be higher based on the length and complexity of your visit.
- Your visit may be more complex if you need care for more than one health condition or have an advanced condition.
- Additional charges apply for diagnostic tests and treatments.
- Prescription sent to the pharmacy of your choice.
- You must provide proof of active prescription (current medication bottle or verification by your current/prior pharmacy, pharmacist, or primary care provider).