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West Valley Urgent Care Locations

West Valley Urgent Care offers three locations throughout the valley to serve your urgent care needs.

Walk ins are welcome or you can call ahead for a priority appointment!

  • Glendale/Peoria Urgent Care – (623) 334-8671
  • Phoenix/Avondale Urgent Care – (623) 218-0782
  • Surprise/Sun City Urgent Care – (623) 691-7748

We offer a wide range of services and can treat most non life-threatening medical conditions.

For a list of our urgent care services, click here.

Skip the long waits at the ER and come to us!

West Valley Urgent Care’s Accreditations

West Valley Urgent Care Accreditations

West Valley Urgent Care’s Blog

Kids Sports Physicals

July 12, 2017

When school is in and schedules can get hectic, West Valley Urgent Care is here to help take your child’s sports physicals and school physicals off your to-do list! Our qualified healthcare professionals will review your child’s medical history and perform a physical exam to … Read more

Checklist of Heat-Related Illnesses

June 16, 2017

With excessive heat this hot summer season, it’s good to know about heat-related illnesses.  Some are serious and life-threatening! Checklist of Heat-Related Illness 1.  Heat Stroke – this is a serious life-threatening condition that occurs when the body loses its ability to control its temperature. Immediate attention … Read more

Excessive Heat Warning Through Father’s Day, June 16

June 11, 2017

The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning for Maricopa County and the Tucson area through Sunday, June 16. What Are the Criteria for Excessive Heat Warning The Phoenix area has plenty of days when the temperature reaches 107 degrees, however; an excessive … Read more

Dry Drowning Can Lead to Death

June 9, 2017

Dry drowning occurs when a child dies hours after being in the water. It is a very rare occurrence. It can be know as secondary drowning. In dry drowning, someone takes in a small amount of water through his or her nose and/or mouth, and … Read more