Phoenix Urgent Care Services
Come to West Valley when you need Phoenix Urgent Care services. Our board-certified doctors and highly trained medical staff will give you the attention and medical care you deserve. Accepting most insurance plans, we have low deductibles. We also give discounts for cash payments for the uninsured.
Minimize your wait. We treat most non-life threatening conditions.
Call for a Priority Check in: (623) 218-0782. Walk ins are welcome!
Open Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Closed Sunday.
Our Phoenix urgent care medical services include:
- Illness diagnosis and treatment
- Motor vehicle accident urgent care
- Work injuries and worker’s compensation
- In-house lab testing
- Pain relief & management
- Physicals and Preventive screenings
- Allergy testing
- Pediatric urgent care
Ready to Serve Phoenix Urgent Care Needs. Fantastic, Caring Doctors!
WE CAN TAKE CARE OF VIRTUALLY ANY NON-LIFE THREATENING MEDICAL CONDITIONS, JUST CALL AND ASK!!!
Walk-ins are Welcome
We are dedicated to providing quality healthcare with a team of caring doctors and medical staff. If you need a specialist, we can easily start the referral.
- Offering online check-ins
- Walk-ins are always welcome
- Caring board-certified doctors on site when we are open
- X-rays and immunizations available
- Open Monday – Saturday
Get seen quickly. For Phoenix Urgent Care services, come in today!
West Valley Urgent Care’s Blog
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