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Urgent Care in Santa Clarita

Walk-in care for everyday medical needs

Urgent Care in Santa Clarita

Faster, low-cost emergency room alternative

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Workers comp. and other employer services

Welcome To Doctors Express Santa Clarita
Urgent Care for Santa Clarita, CA

Our centers are open every day with extended hours. No appointments are needed and we accept most insurance plans.

Doctors Express treats everything from cuts and bruises to fractures and colds and everything in between. We have on-site lab tests, x-rays and prescriptions with no appointments needed. We're a state-of-the-art urgent care center with professional medical staff on-site every day.

Quality, Quick & Convenient Medical Care

Our professional and experienced medical staff can treat numerous issues:

  • Colds & Coughs
  • Breaks & Sprains
  • Infections
  • Allergies+ Bites & Rashes
  • Cuts & Burns
  • Earaches, Fever+ Pediatric Illness
  • Vomiting
  • Aches & Pains

Doctors Express provides high-quality, urgent care at a low cost! When you come to Doctors Express you'll be seen by a physician every time. Our professional staff of physicians, x-ray technicians and medical assistants are here to not only provide you with high quality care but a positive experience.

We have a comfortable lounge to wait in, a very friendly and professional staff and state of the art equipment (including digital x-ray and a full lab) to take of all your urgent care needs.

 
Illness
Injury
Prevention
Abdominal Pain Dizziness
Skin Infection
Abscess Ear Ache
Skin Irritation
Aches & Pains Fever
Sore Throat
Acid Reflux Flu/Influenza
Staph Infections
Acne
Headache
Strep Throat
Allergies Heartburn
Urinary Tract Infection
Anxiety Hemorrhoids
Vomiting
Asthma Infections
Virus
Athlete's Foot Inner Ear Infection
Warts
Back Pain Joint Pain
Wheezing
Bites & Rashes Kidney Infection

Bladder Infection Migraine

Bronchitis
Nausea

Cold Sores
Pink Eye

Colds
Pneumonia

Cough
Prostatis

Dehydration
Rashes

Diarrhea
Sinus Pain / Sinusitis

 

Testimonials

"Our visit was great. Super staff. A follow up call the next day. All things I didn't expect. Made things less stressful for me and my little one. Thank u."

- Arnette D.

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