NextCare Urgent Care: Phoenix (N. Tatum Blvd.)
Phoenix (N. Tatum Blvd.)Tatum Blvd. just north of the 101
Phoenix, AZ 85050
- Monday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
- Tuesday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
- Wednesday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
- Thursday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
- Friday: 7:00AM - 7:00PM
- Saturday: 7:00AM - 4:00PM
- Sunday: 7:00AM - 4:00PM
- STD & Lab Testing
- Vaccinations & Immunizations
- Occupational Medicine
- Care 1st
- Medicaid (AHCCCS)
- Mercy Care
- United Healthcare
Why Choose NextCare in Phoenix?
You’re looking for a caring, affordable urgent care location in North Phoenix that’s ready when you need it most. At NextCare in Desert Ridge, on Tatum Blvd. just North of the Loop 101, we offer extended hours on nights, weekends and holidays. We’re open when Phoenix residents need us the most. So while we hope you don’t have to come in, if you do need urgent care, choose us for quick relief from minor injuries like bumps, cuts or bruises, illnesses like sore throats or the flu or even x-rays and lab testing.
You can also bring in you little athletes for a Paradise Valley Unified School District sports physical, or get flu shots to protect you and your family.
“I was seen for a severe cough. The young black gentleman (Jason) was very nice and patient with me, I was not feeling very well and being a bit rude. The doctor (Jeanette) took time to explain everything to me and help me understand exactly what was going on. I would come back to this location if anything else were to arise just because of how great the customer service was.”
“Got me in and out in under 30 minutes with a prescription that cured my illness. I’d say that’s as good as it gets!!!! Oh yeah, and gave me a coupon for the decongestant to boot. Perfect!”
Keep Office Germs at Bay This Flu Season Hello! Dr. Kaplan here from NextCare Urgent Care and we’re talking about Flu in the office today. It’s mid December, and cold and flu season is just getting started throughout the nation. So, today, we’ll give you some tricks and tips that you can do to keep… Read more »Read more
Experts say even if flu season is in full swing, it’s not too late to get vaccinated. A late flu shot can still protect you from the virus, even after the flu has started to affect those around you. While it’s certainly ideal to get your shot in the fall — typically around September or… Read more »Read more