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About West Valley Urgent Care

Would you like to learn more about West Valley Care, our practice, the doctors and medical staff who will be treating you?

West Valley Urgent Care has been serving the Phoenix-metro and west valley since 1997. We strive to be different from other Urgent Cares and ERs. With little to no wait times at all three of our new and relaxing facilities we work hard to provide you with the best medical service possible. We are never too far away with three convenient locations in:

We serve Phoenix, Glendale, Peoria, Avondale, Litchfield Park, Laveen, Goodyear, Sun City, Sun City West, Youngtown, Lake Pleasant, Arrowhead, and Buckeye. Daytime, evenings, weekends, holidays or after your doctor’s office hours, our experienced, compassionate staff and health care providers offer same-day care  so you can get back to feeling better sooner.

Our number one priority is to make sure our patients are treated with respect and dignity. We know it’s not fun to be injured or sick, so we want to make sure you are diagnosed correctly and put on the quickest possible track to recovery. It’s our goal to make sure every patient has the best possible experience while at our Urgent Care and to ensure your full recovery. As a walk-in clinic we strive to keep wait times to minimum and offer time-saving services such as the Urgent Care Priority Reservation systems so you can reserve your spot ahead of time and skip the waiting room.

Our physicians and employees are specially trained to deal with more complex medical issues than a traditional urgent care. Our physicians are trained to handle patients of all ages, including pediatric and geriatric patients. All of our physicians are board certified and ready to assist you with your health concerns.

Did you know that 85% of individuals are generally healthy? We are here to offer you affordable quality health care for non life-threatening injuries and illnesses. Our extended hours make it convenient to get immediate care if your primary care physician can not see you. Our on site radiology, procedure room for lacerations, fracture care, and service for employer worker compensation needs make us the choice for all your health care needs. We accept most insurances as well as Medicare. We also offer cash discount packages for the uninsured.

Why Choose Us:

  • Just walk in! No appointments or referrals necessary
  • We treat adult and children
  • Open extended hours
  • Minimal wait time
  • Affordable health care and cash discounts for the uninsured
  • Specially trained doctors

West Valley Urgent Care was founded on the basis of patient care. We believe that the foundation to any good clinic or Emergency Room is to provide a high quality of care to our patients in an environment that focuses on the satisfaction of our patient. We will not be satisfied until we know we have done the best job for our patients.

Healthcare is a complicated issue and we understand that it is not a cookie cutter business. Not everyone responds to the same treatments so we ensure to find the best medicine and treatment methods that will work for you. We are not focused on the quantity of patients seen but the quality of care we provide. This is what makes us fundamentally different from most other Urgent Cares.

As a walk-in clinic we are also different from most Urgent Cares because we have specially trained doctors to handle a variety of medical issues. We are fully capable of handling children, elderly, and more complex non-life threatening medical issues. We strive to be the premier after-hours clinic in the West Valley. Our three brand new facilities and caring staff will provide you with the best care possible for all your non-life threatening injuries and illnesses.

Don’t have a primary care physician?

No problem, at West Valley Urgent Care we can get you set up with a primary care physician at our sister clinic West Valley Internal Medicine. We offer affordable health care and cash discounts for the uninsured to ensure you receive the best health care at affordable prices. Why go anywhere else? At West Valley Care we can be your one stop for minor medical emergencies as well as your yearly checkups.

 

West Valley Urgent Care’s Accreditations

Earning your repeat visits by practicing exceptional medicine.

West Valley Urgent Care Accreditations

West Valley Urgent Care’s Blog

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March 27, 2017

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World TB Awareness Day – March 24, 2017

March 24, 2017

Unite to End TB Each year, we recognize World TB Day on March 24. This annual event commemorates the date in 1882 when Dr. Robert Koch announced his discovery of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacillus that causes tuberculosis (TB). Although tuberculosis (TB) is preventable and curable, many people in the United States still suffer from this disease. … Read more

Rare Cancer Linked to Breast Implants

March 22, 2017

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has reported nine deaths stemming from a rare cancer associated with breast implants. 359 cases of cancer from breast implants reported. The rare cancer, called anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL), can be found around the breast implant and affects cells in the immune system. Not a type of … Read more

E. coli Outbreak

March 18, 2017

E. coli Outbreak Reported 157 Cases Reported so far The Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are investigating a multistate outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli infections. To date, 157 cases have been reported, with six people requiring hospitalization. Four of these people developed HUS (hemolytic uremic syndrome), … Read more