Walk-in Urgent Care open 8a-8p / 365 days per year

Urgent Care Phoenix

Walk‐in or Appointment • Open 7 days, 8am-8pm • Insurance or Self-Pay

  • Phoenix

    602.687.7858

  • Phoenix

    602.687.7858

We all face similar challenges when it comes to quality healthcare. First, no one ever gets sick at "the right time." So you pick up the phone to schedule an appointment with your primary care provider, only to find out you'd have to wait two weeks to be seen. What good is that?

Phoenix Urgent Care is here to help bridge the gap between the emergency room and your primary care physician. We're all familiar with the long wait times and enormous costs that come with a hospital emergency room. However the vast majority of illnesses and injuries that are brought into a local ER could have been treated in an Urgent Care Clinic like ours.

We provide urgent care medical treatment for the Phoenix and Scottsdale communities 365 days a year. We're open 8am-8pm every day to deliver a more convenient, and lower cost, alternative when you're stuck needing to be seen right away.

Our clinic has physicians, X-Ray and Lab equipment onsite to ensure quick and reliable treatment of the ailment that is bothering you. We can also assist with preventative and Occupational Health Services.

We're proud to offer urgent care when you need it.
  • What Men Can Expect When Getting Tested for STDs

    std tests for menWhile the common belief is that men have an advantage over women, this is not the case when it comes to STD testing. Many medical centers do not offer std tests for men, only women. Considering that urgent care centers see three million visitors every week, this may come as a surprise.

    While most people would go to their primary care physician for medical tests, only 29% of primary care doctors are available after-hours. To get around this, men should consider a walk in clinic for local STD testing. In many cases, you do not have to make an appointment to visit these facilities. STD testing for men specifically is usually available during the week.

    So what is it like for men to test for STDs? The process of HIV testing is simple. It involves putting a swab in your mouth and rubbing it against the gums. Results are ready in about 20 minutes and are usually free.

    Tests for other STDs may require the health care provider to get samples from your body. These samples can come from your mouth, a urethral swab from the tip of your penis, urine, or blood. Blood samples are used to test for diseases such as herpes, syphilis, and hepatitis B. Urine samples are needed to test for chlamydia and gonorrhea.

    The process of retrieving a urine sample involves gently inserting a cotton swab three-fourths of an inch into the tip of the penis. Test results are usually available after about two weeks. Once your test results are in, you’ll receive a phone call to come back and meet with one of the medical staff. One important rule of thumb to remember is to ask what exactly you’re being tested for to ensure you’ve been tested for more than one STD.

    Finding the nearest walk in clinic that provides STD tests for men at little to no cost can be challenging. However, once you do come across one, getting tested and knowing your status is well worth the stress. With over 6,800 urgent care centers located in the U.S., you are sure to find a center that provides STD tests for men. Protect yourself and know your status. Just a few minutes can save your life.

  • 5 Secrets About Urgent Care Doctors Want You to Know

    urgent care facilityYou’ve cut your hand, your child has a cold, and one of your in-laws is complaining of mild chest pain. Your first instinct is to go to urgent care because these are not life-threatening problems. Before heading to your car, you might want to consider the following urgent care secrets.

    You should still see your doc
    Although an urgent care facility does have many of the same things found in a doctor’s office, it cannot replace your primary care physician. Urgent care centers provide care when you are sick and your primary care doctor is unavailable. Just 29% of primary care doctors are available to patients for after-hours coverage. For this reason, urgent care is available to service those who do not have access to their physician.

    They don’t want to refill your prescriptions
    It is a common conception that refilling prescriptions is a simple and easy process. Chronic conditions are highly recommended to be monitored by primary care doctors. This is because they are able to see your treatment from start to finish. They can also help you to make the necessary lifetime changes to maintain the condition.

    If possible, go during the day
    The start of business, dinnertime, and closing time are known as the busiest times to visit medical centers. This is because patients tend to visit before or after work or school. Studies have shown that wait times are shorter in the late morning and early afternoon in the middle of the week.

    You may be seen by a nurse practitioner
    Contrary to belief, not all staff at immediate care centers are family doctors. In many cases, there may be a nurse practitioner or physician assistant providing you with health care services. Considering that the average American child catches a cold up to 10 times a year, 3 million people visit an urgent care facility every week. Physicians typically examine more serious conditions, like chest pain.

    Don’t go if you think you could be having a heart attack
    Speaking of chest pain, patients who come into urgent care clinics suffering chest pain are often sent to the emergency room. The time you spend visiting a walk in clinic wastes time, heart muscle, and brain tissue. Experts recommend going straight to the emergency room if you think you may be having a heart attack.

    There are many reasons you need need to visit an urgent care facility. From cuts and minor injuries to sicknesses like the flu, medical professionals at these facilities can service your needs when your doctor cannot. Consider a walk in clinic the next time you need medical attention. You could save lots of time and money.

  • FAQs on Medical Testing, Answered

    medical test

    Medical testing isn’t exclusive to hospitals anymore. In fact, more than 6800 urgent care clinics are located throughout the United States to service the 1 billion Americans who suffer from colds each year. To help you determine if testing is right for you, here are a few commonly asked questions to consider. Read more »

Get quality urgent care at Phoenix Urgent Care.

We all face similar challenges when it comes to quality healthcare. First, no one ever gets sick at "the right time." So you pick up the phone to schedule an appointment with your primary care provider, only to find out you'd have to wait two weeks to be seen. What good is that?

Phoenix Urgent Care is here to help bridge the gap between the emergency room and your primary care physician. We're all familiar with the long wait times and enormous costs that come with a hospital emergency room. However the vast majority of illnesses and injuries that are brought into a local ER could have been treated in an Urgent Care Clinic like ours.

We provide urgent care medical treatment for the Phoenix and Scottsdale communities 365 days a year. We're open 8am-8pm every day to deliver a more convenient, and lower cost, alternative when you're stuck needing to be seen right away.

Our clinic has physicians, X-Ray and Lab equipment onsite to ensure quick and reliable treatment of the ailment that is bothering you. We can also assist with preventative and Occupational Health Services.

We're proud to offer urgent care when you need it.

What We Treat

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