NextCare Urgent Care: Scottsdale
- STD & Lab Testing
- Vaccinations & Immunizations
- Occupational Medicine
- Care 1st
- Health Choice
- Medicaid (AHCCCS)
- Mercy Care
- United Healthcare
You’ll Love NextCare In Scottsdale
We provide easy and affordable access to caring medical professionals at NextCare in Scottsdale. Conveniently located on Shea Blvd. near the Loop 101 Freeway, NextCare Urgent Care offers Scottsdale residents extended hours on nights, weekends and holidays. Add to that in-house lab services and x-rays, and you have a solid combination of care, convenience and cost. You can make your visit even easier by using our WAHOO online check-in service. Just check in online and we’ll call or text when you’re next in line.
“Doctor’s office not open on a weekend? This IS your place for you to stop by if you need immediate med attention – stat.
Clean, cheap (if you’re insured) and comprehensive.
NOTE: Book an appointment online and complete your pre-forms ahead of time. Trust me. ;)”
“Even though this urgent care isn’t close to my house, I will continue to come here when I’m in need. They are professional, kind, and quick…I highly recommend bookmarking them for your next semi-emergency.”
“As the other reviewer mentioned, everyone is professional and prompt. I felt very comfortable with the staff. And other than the wait to see the doctor (which we all know is typically long anywhere), I wasn’t stuck at Nextcare for a very long time. I was diagnosed, given a prescription, paid and left in a little more than a half hour.”
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