NextCare Urgent Care: Tucson (E Pima St.)
- STD & Lab Testing
- Vaccinations & Immunizations
- Occupational Medicine
- Care 1st
- Health Choice
- Medicaid (AHCCCS)
- Mercy Care
- United Healthcare
Top Rated Urgent Care Tucson
We know that finding a convenient and affordable urgent care in Tucson is important to you. That’s why NextCare on Pima St. is open late 7 days a week. When you can’t get in to see your primary doctor, or don’t want to wait at an ER, visit NextCare for relief from colds, flu, earaches, minor injuries, rashes or infections.
You can also bring your children in for a Tucson Unified school district sports physical, or get flu shots to protect you and your family. Recently, Pima-Tucson has participated in sponsorships for Catalina High School and Palo Verde High School.
We offer a wide arrange of services and can help same day. Start feeling better today and check-in online to help save a lot of time in the waiting room. Don’t forget to check out our medical discount programs if you need additional pay options.
“I don’t have a family physician here in Tucson yet – and since moving from Dallas I have not had many health problems here in AZ; save one: allergies The last time they attacked and I couldn’t breath or work or think I came here to NextCare ! They were fast and nice! Got me the right medicine and fast! Thank you and we will see yal next time”
“ The WAHOO advance checkin was fabulous! Was able to walk in and be seen within 5 mins of arriving. All the staff were courteous and efficient. The physicians assistant who provided my care and diagnosis was a dynamo. Facility was super clean and orderly. I would definitely recommend this clinic!”
From our NextCare family to yours, we wish you a safe and healthy Holiday Season. Nobody wants to get sick on a Holiday. And if you do, you want fast & quick medical care. That’s why many NextCare clinics nationwide will be open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. See… 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