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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

10 Heart Failure Facts to Know

February 17, 2017

When the heart isn’t able to pump enough blood throughout the body, heart failure occurs, leading to symptoms like fatigue and shortness of breath. One of our employees relatives was brought to the hospital by ambulance. We were told his heart had stopped a couple … Read more

Tips for Better Sleep

February 15, 2017

Here’s eight helpful tips for better sleep: Make sleep a priority – keep a consistent sleep and wake schedule. Create a sleep sanctuary – your bedroom should be dark, quiet, comfortable and cool. Maintain a relaxing sleep routine – create a bedtime routine and do things … Read more

Health Alert: Leptospirosis Outbreak

February 10, 2017

An ongoing outbreak of leptospirosis has affected over 40 dogs in Maricopa County.  To date, no human cases have been confirmed, but multiple illnesses are being investigated. Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that affects humans and animals. In humans, it can cause a wide range of … Read more

February is National Heart Month

February 3, 2017

February is National Heart month.   Someone in the U.S. dies of heart disease every 85 seconds. Don’t wait to get heart-healthy. Did you know, 80% of heart disease and stroke events are preventable? In the United States… Fewer Americans have been dying of heart disease … Read more