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.
  • Do You Suffer From Allergies? Here Are 2 Allergy Tests You Can Get At Urgent Care Centers

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    When it comes to medical tests, one major type that many people often ignore or neglect is allergy testing. Allergies show themselves in many different forms, and knowing and understanding the various symptoms of allergies is critical and can save yours or someone else’s life. If you’ve experienced any rashes, lesions, swelling, or hives, it could be a major red flag that an allergy attack is in the works, and you should see a doctor or visit an urgent care center immediately. Here are the most common allergy tests performed at urgent care facilities.

    Blood Tests:

    The objective of blood tests is to locate chemicals in the blood called antibodies, which get released when an allergy attack is underway.

    WebMD says, “The most common type of blood test used is the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA, EIA). It measures the blood level of a type of antibody (called immunoglobulin E, or IgE) that the body may make in response to certain allergens. IgE levels are often higher in people who have allergies or asthma.”

    Blood tests are no doubt an accurate way to determine whether or not you have a legitimate allergy. However, many prefer a less invasive and more affordable type of allergy test.

    Skin Tests:

    There are three main types of skin tests, and each is aimed at putting a small amount of a suspected allergen on the skin and observing the results. Skin prick tests require the allergen to be placed on the tip of the finger with a pin, intradermal tests inject it into the skin, and skin patch tests simply tape a pad with the solution to the skin. Whichever type you choose, all three are minimally invasive.

    Ultimately, urgent care centers are a great place to get information about allergies. The urgent care movement began in the 1970s in the United States but has grown exponentially around the globe since then, and it’s continued to widen its scope of support as well. For more information about medical tests, contact AFC/Doctors Express.

  • Debunking 3 Common Myths Surrounding Pediatric Care

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    It’s no secret that urgent care clinics offer countless advantages over emergency rooms and physician’s offices. In fact, the typical emergency department visit costs an average of $1,500, while treatment at an urgent care center costs, on average, under $150. But aside from costs, urgent care facilities also offer a wide range of medical services, including pediatric care. But before you bring your child in to see pediatric care specialists, it’s important to be aware of these common myths about child healthcare. Read more »

  • STD Testing: What You Should Know

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    Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), sometimes called sexually transmitted infections (STIs), can be an embarrassing topic for some people. But understanding your risk is a critical part of your overall sexual health. By learning the basics of these often hidden diseases, you can minimize your chance of contracting one and act quickly if you do. Use this guide to learn the basics of STDs and to know whether it is time to visit an urgent care center for rapid STD testing. 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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