NextCare Urgent Care: Glendale (N. 59th Ave)
- STD & Lab Testing
- Vaccinations & Immunizations
- Occupational Medicine
- Care 1st
- Medicaid (AHCCCS)
- Mercy Care
- United Healthcare
Why You’ll Love NextCare Urgent Care in Glendale
Finding convenient and caring medical attention when you need it most is important to you. That’s why NextCare Urgent Care is located on 59th Ave and Union Hills, near the Loop 101. With extended hours and affordable in-house labs and x-rays, NextCare Urgent Care in Mesa will help you get back to feeling great in no time.
NextCare in Glendale is a proud participant in many Glendale community events including the Relay for Life and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
“Seen here twice and I used the WAHOO service each time to cut down on wait time. It worked very well and I was very satisfied with the speed of getting to see a physician.
If you need x-rays, blood tests, etc, it’s all done here so you don’t need to take doctor’s orders and drive somewhere else to have that taken care of.
I was pleased with the level of care and treatment I got at NextCare and I will be back if the need arises..”
‘I’ve been to this urgent care a few times and have enjoyed it every time I’ve been. The place is clean and organized and the Doctor and staff are great. Last time I was there I was really sick and they had a pharmacy where I could pick my Rx’s up there instead of having to go to another place and spread my germs. I will be returning here the next time I need to.”
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 December 24th & 25h, and January 1st. See below for a listing of… Read more »Read more
Dining Dangers at your Family Feast How safe are you and your family at your holiday meal? Sad but true, NextCare Urgent Care facilities across the nation see a major increase in the number of food-borne-illness-related diagnoses between Thanksgiving and New Years. Food Poisoning, Airborne Contagions, Viruses and Bacteria are just a few of the… Read more »Read more