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.
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    For better or worse, the holiday season is upon us, which means many comforting meals that may not be as well balanced as intended. We’re all guilty of overindulging during the holidays, but many walk away from the dinner table feeling guilty. Read more »

  • CDC Reports Highest STD Rates in the U.S., to Date

    std testingThe 2015 Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report, annually released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reported that the combined amount of cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis reported that year was the highest that the U.S. has ever seen. The majority of these cases are being seen in teenagers and young adults. In fact, the under-25 demographic was responsible for over half of all gonorrhea and chlamydia cases.

    But the health industry’s ability to fight sexually transmitted diseases is dependent on state and local legislators. Unfortunately, many STD testing facilities and walk in clinics have been closed due to budget cuts. In 2012, 20 health departments reported the need to close their STD clinics. Since then, even more have closed.

    Not only have there been a number of closings, but there’s also been a severe decrease in existing clinic hours, discouraging many from seeking STD testing or treatments.

    The long-term consequences of untreated STDs are serious and include fertility problems, chronic pelvic pain, and other complications that may cause more incurable conditions — even death.

    The federal government has the ability to help fund state and local treatment centers in conjunction with the CDC. But despite consistent increases in STD numbers nationwide, no measures have been taken in increasing the federal STD treatment budget since 2003.

    The most effective national response to the ongoing STD epidemic is the spread of awareness. Primary care health providers are encouraged to make STD prevention and treatment an integral part of their healthcare methods, especially in pregnant women.

    Pregnant women are at risk of passing some STDs to their offspring during childbirth.

    Additionally, school health education should put heavy emphasis on practicing safe sex, condom usage, and the benefits of mutual monogamy. Parents and providers should also offer access to necessary information regarding safe sex, as well as access to STD testing services.

    As of now, STD services are heavily reactive, instead of being proactive. In order to decrease these problematic numbers of infections, more reliable testing centers should be available.

    Luckily, urgent care centers are reliable testing sites and have the same laboratory equipment as many other walk in clinics, primary care offices, and the ER.

    Like a walk in STD clinic, urgent care services come at a first come-first served basis, with over half of all patients waiting less than 15 minutes to be seen, and 80% of patients waiting no more than an hour.

    If you think that you have contracted an STD, there’s no time to lose. If you’re in the greater Phoenix area, come toAFC/Doctors Express for the most prompt and effective testing services.

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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

  • Wheezing