Come to West Valley Urgent Care for compassionate, fast care.
Walk-ins are Welcome or Call for a Priority Appointment
Glendale Urgent Care by West Valley Urgent Care
For Glendale urgent care, look no further than West Valley Urgent Care.
Call (623) 334-8671 for a priority appointment or walk-in! Doctors are standing by.
We are conveniently located at:
17218 N. 72nd Drive, Suite 101
Glendale, AZ 85308
Hours: Open Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Sunday – closed
West Valley Urgent Care has proudly been serving the Glendale/Peoria area for more than 25 years. Our caring doctors and medical staff are dedicated to helping our patients live long and healthy lives. As a family-owned and operated practice, we treat patients of all ages with compassion.
Don’t go to the ER, skip the long waits and come see us. We treat most non-life-threatening medical conditions.
We look forward to seeing you and helping you on your road to a fast recovery.
Don’t wait – call or come in today!
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West Valley Urgent Care’s Blog
Health Alert We are seeing a large number of patients with upper respiratory infections. If you feel sick, come in before the infection worsens. Request an appointment online! Understanding an Upper Respiratory Infection The upper respiratory tract includes our nasal … Read more
Do you know when you should go to the ER vs. Urgent Care? Many people do not know what conditions they should go to the Emergency Room (ER) vs. what an urgent care can handle. Emergency rooms are not always … Read more
Did you make your New Year’s Resolutions? Every January 1 marks a new year and many people look at it as a time to reset. Why not use it wisely? We’d like to offer 5 tips for a healthy happy new year. … Read more
Happy Holidays to you and yours! We hope you have a happy, healthy, holiday. Our Holiday hours are: Friday 12/23, OPEN 8A – 4P Saturday, 12/24, OPEN 9A – 2P Sunday, 12/25 – CLOSED Monday, 12/26 – OPEN 9A – 5P
According to the CDC, every 43 seconds someone is suffering from a heart attack in the U.S.. Do you know what to do? In a heart attack, the big blood vessels supplying blood to the heart shut off. The longer … Read more
Life expectancy in the U.S. fell for the first time in decades: from 76.5 to 76.3 for men and 81.3 to 81.2 for women. Small declines, to be sure, but researchers are nonetheless concerned says article from NPR. Scientists measure … Read more