ExacCare – Crossville

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Walk-in Clinic : Appointments Never Necessary

ExacCare is a convenient care walk-in clinic in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee, that provides patients access to affordable, high-quality medical care seven days a week, with extended evening and weekend hours. The experienced providers offer a variety of services for both adult and pediatric patients who need treatment when their primary provider isn’t available or when you want to skip the lines and the high cost at the emergency room.

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When your child is sick, you want them to have the best medical treatment possible — and fast. At ExacCare walk-in clinic in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee, the experienced medical team offers a variety of pediatric diagnostic and treatment services to treat a range of acute illnesses and injuries, such as strep throat, chickenpox, asthma, and open wounds. Help your child feel better quickly with a walk-in visit to ExacCare. You can also schedule an appointment ahead of time by phone or by using the online booking feature.

Primary Care

When you’re in pain or have symptoms of an illness, you need prompt medical treatment to feel better fast. At ExacCare walk-in clinic in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee, the experienced team of board-certified nurse practitioners and physicians assistants offers primary care with on-site lab testing and treatment services to relieve symptoms of a variety of conditions quickly and accurately. They also provide preventive care services. Visit the clinic as a walk-in or call ahead to learn more about available primary care services.

Sports Physicals

If your child is planning to participate in sports, they need a physical exam to ensure they’re healthy and ready to take the field. At ExacCare walk-in clinic in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee, the team of providers offers comprehensive sports physicals to meet the requirements of your sports organization. The ExacCare staff also offers on-site lab testing and drug screening for your convenience. Schedule an appointment for a sports physical online or by calling the office.

Drug Screens

Before you can participate in certain sports or be hired by a new employer, you may need a drug screening. At ExacCare in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee, the medical staff offers on-site drug screenings, including blood, urine, and hair sample testing. With an on-site laboratory, you can undergo testing and receive results all in the same appointment. To learn more about the available drug screening options, call the office.

TDOT Physicals

If you plan to apply for a commercial driver’s license in Tennessee, you must pass a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination. At ExacCare in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee, the experienced team of providers offers TDOT physicals to make it convenient for you to complete your applications. To learn more about the TDOT physical exam process, call the office directly. ExacCare also accepts walk-in TDOT physicals.

Industrial and Occupational Medicine

An on-the-job injury requires the expertise and attention of a qualified provider. At ExacCare in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee, the team of providers offers comprehensive medical services to care for work-related injuries, such as cuts, burns, and sprains at affordable pricing for employers and employees. The team offers walk-in services with no appointment necessary, and our patients are our No. 1 priority. Learn more about industrial and occupational medicine options by calling the office directly or using the online booking feature.

Medicare Wellness Exams

As part of your Medicare Plan B coverage, you can take advantage of an annual wellness exam. ExacCare walk-in clinic in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee, offers comprehensive Medicare wellness exams as part of your preventive health care. The experienced team of nurse practitioners and physicians assistants offers a variety of wellness exam services, including vaccinations and health screenings to ensure you’re in optimal health. Learn more by calling the clinic or booking an appointment online.

Sinus and Upper Respiratory Infection

Sinus and upper respiratory infections are two of the most common reasons people visit ExacCare in Crossville and Kingston, Tennessee. The provider at the walk-in clinic offers comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of these types of infections to relieve your symptoms as quickly as possible. Whether you need antibiotics or a referral to a specialist, the ExacCare medical team is available seven days a week to provide you with high-quality health care when you need it most. Visit as a walk-in or schedule an appointment online or by phone.



ExacCare is proud to accept almost all insurance plans and networks. The co-payment for your specific plan will be collected during your visit.

The icons displayed below represent a sampling of some of the most common insurers in our area, all of which are accepted at ExacCare. To verify your coverage, co-payment, co-insurance and/or deductible, please call your insurance provider directly. To verify that ExacCare accepts your insurance, please call or email us today.


What pediatric services are available?

ExacCare is a dependable resource for you as a parent when your child is suffering from a minor illness, needs vaccinations, or suffers a minor injury. The ExacCare providers provide a variety of pediatric-centered medical services, including:

Asthma treatments
Cold and infection evaluations
Treatment of minor wounds
Minor burn assessments
Diagnosis of sprains and strains
With on-site laboratory testing, the provider thoroughly examines your child, evaluates their symptoms, and performs necessary testing, so you have an accurate diagnosis as quickly as possible.

What is primary care?

Primary care at ExacCare provides comprehensive medical services for children and adults that include diagnosis and treatment of undiagnosed health conditions and complete evaluation of symptoms. The providers treat conditions like strep throat, urinary tract infections, and scabies. They also diagnose conditions like diabetes, allergies, and high blood pressure.

The medical team at ExacCare also provides patient counseling and education services, offering resources and health screenings as part of your preventive health care.

What is a sports physical?

Many sports organizations require a physical examination before your child can participate in sports. The exam allows your ExacCare provider to ensure your child is in great physical health and is able to participate in their chosen sport without limitations.

What is a drug screen?

A drug screen is a test that identifies one or more prescription or illegal drugs in your system. The most common types of drugs that testing can confirm include:

Drug tests are often necessary prior to new employment, sports participation, or to ensure you’re taking the proper dosage of a prescription medication.

What is a TDOT physical?

A TDOT physical is an examination to confirm you’re healthy enough to qualify for a commercial driver’s license. Once you pass your initial examination, you need to have a follow-up physical every two years, unless you have a chronic health condition that needs more frequent monitoring.

Additionally, your ExacCare provider checks your pulse, listens to your lungs and breathing, examines your eyes, ears, nose, and throat, and manually checks your internal organs for signs of lumps or other abnormalities.

As part of your TDOT physical, you also discuss your medical history and family history with your ExacCare provider to determine if additional health screenings are necessary.

What industrial and occupational medical services are available?

The ExacCare providers provide a variety of medical services that address work-related injuries and health issues with the goal to get you back to work as soon as possible. The medical team offers a dedicated occupational exam room to ensure injured employees are seen within 30 minutes.

The walk-in clinic also has on-site laboratory testing for fast and accurate blood work, urinalysis, and other necessary testing for employees. Pre-employment health services, including on-site drug testing and pre-employment physicals, are available on-site.

Some of the services that ExacCare provides include:

Imaging tests
Drug screenings
Compliance testing
Physical exams
Treatment of injuries
Vascular screenings
Hearing and vision tests
Pulmonary function assessments
The ExacCare medical team is also skilled in all aspects of workers’ compensation laws to ensure you receive the prompt medical care you need, as well as the necessary documentation to support your case.

What is involved in an initial Medicare wellness exam?

The purpose of your Medicare annual wellness exam is to detect disease in its earliest stages, as well as prevent disease from occurring.

As part of your annual preventive health plan, you are entitled to receive one visit during the first 12 months that you have Medicare Part B. If you have Part B coverage for longer than 12 months, you can establish a preventive health care plan with your ExacCare provider during future medical visits.

During your wellness exam, your ExacCare provider discusses your medical history and family health history to determine what additional health screenings may be necessary. They also review any medications you currently take.

Other parts of a wellness exam include:

Vision testing
Depression screening
Blood pressure checks
Height and weight measurements
As part of your wellness exam, your ExacCare provider can discuss any health concerns you have about new or existing medical conditions. They may recommend additional testing based on your symptoms.

What is the difference between a sinus infection and an upper respiratory infection?

Sinusitis, or a sinus infection, is a common health condition that often accompanies a cold. Nasal passages become inflamed and infected, causing pain and difficulty breathing through your nose.

An upper respiratory infection is a contagious condition where your upper respiratory tract becomes infected with a virus or bacteria. This type of infection can affect your throat, nose, larynx, and the bronchial tubes that carry air to your lungs.


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