Here is the information. I hope this helps. The hours for the clinic are shown below. You must go here to sign in and let them know on the paperwork the reason you want to be seen. Since you are under 50 you can tell them your reason or concern. Then you will be given a referral to one of the locations for Florida Hospital and call to set the appt.
It is best on week days to go as early as 2:30 pm to sign up on the clip board on the outside of there door at the entrance behind the bldg. On Saturdays people go as early as 6 am or before to get name of the list. I have not seen them turn anyone away.
Wish you the best
After Hours Clinic
The hospital emergency room isn't the only place you can go for basic care if you are uninsured. The Community After-Hours Medical Clinic at Florida Hospital might be the place for you.
To be eligible for the After-hours Medical clinic, patients must not have insurance and not have Medicare or Medicaid coverage.
The Clinic is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 5:00pm and Saturdays at 8:00 am. No appointment is necessary. However, we can only see the first 25 patients.
Fees may vary per lab work ordered.
The following services are not offered by the After-hours Medical Clinic; routine physicals, prenatal care, chronic pain management, HIV testing or treatment, sexually transmitted disease screening, contraception management, mental health or psychiatric issues and seizure disorders.
2604 N. Orange Avenue
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/CommunityAfterHoursClinic.
Orlando, FL 32804
(Across from the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute, corner of N. Orange Avenue and Winter Park Street)