We keep our office fee lower than the local ER or other walk-in clinics.

Acute Care Services

If you have an acute health issue, even or especially, if you have no health insurance, you need to see a doctor.

DON'T go:

1)  To the hospital Emergency Room;

2)  To the pharmacy in the supermarket;

3)  To the Urgent Care Clinic

The role of the hospital ER in modern medicine is to "stabilize" the patient.  That is, they want to be sure you have no life-threatening injuries or conditions.  Once they determine you are not likely to die immediately, they will refer you back to your primary care doctor for follow-up.

If you go see the supermarket pharmacist for care, even if it is a well-marketed chain, the pharmacist will make sure you get some medication - and some even will prescribe it for you.  Can they do an assessment and make a diagnosis?  No, of course not.  If all you want is medicine, well, surely you are smarter than that!

Why not come see a primary care doctor, who can check your sore throat, listen to your breathing, check your temperature and make a diagnosis.  Maybe you need a prescription, but maybe there is another way to treat your condition.

Make an Appointment

​(602) 566-2015

Fees for Acute Care Medical Treatment

Office Visit:                              $75.00

Therapeutic IV:                       $125.00

Injection of Medication:       $35.00 ea.

Physical Procedures:             $35.00 ea.

​Trigger Point Injections:       $125.00

Acute Care Issues

  • Coughs, Colds, Sneezing, Runny Nose
  • Ear aches, discharges
  • Watery Eyes, blurred vision
  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
  • ​Sudden onset of Pain:
    • ​Chest pain
    • Headache
    • Abdominal pain
    • Pelvic or genital pain
    • Muscle pains
    • Joint pain, sprains, strains
  • Discharge or pain from vagina or urethra
  • Skin eruptions, blisters
  • Difficulty breathing