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When should I go to All Valley Urgent Care?


Come to AVUC if you have a sudden, non-life threatening medical issue and need same day care. If you can’t get a timely appointment with your primary care physician or pediatrician, come see us. We can help with minor injuries, broken bones, bruises, strains and sprains, common ailments, respiratory illness, colds, flu, stomach distress, sinus pain, bug or animal bites, COVID-19 concerns, pediatric problems, and other can’t wait medical issues that don’t require emergency care. We also provide a wide range of testing, vaccines, screenings, physicals and well-patient care.




When should I call 9-1-1 or go to the ER?


Call 9-1-1 immediately if you’re experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency. If you have severe bleeding, head injury, major trauma or suspect heart attack or stroke call 9-1-1 now! Do not drive yourself.

Go to the nearest hospital’s Emergency Department if you are experiencing chest pain, trouble breathing, weakness/numbness on one side, slurred speech, fainting, head or eye injury, serious burns, concussion/confusion, fever with rash, seizures, severe cuts or facial lacerations that could require sutures, severe flu or cold symptoms, or vaginal bleeding with pregnancy.




Do I need an appointment to be seen at AVUC?


No. Walk-ins are always welcome. We also have a convenient online waitlist. Simply click the Join Waitlist button, enter your name, email and telephone number and you’ll be added. You’ll hear back from us by text message. It’s easy to make an appointment online, too or call us.




What are AVUC’s hours of operation?


El Centro is open Mon - Fri: 11 am - 9 pm; Sat & Sun: 11 am - 7 pm

Brawley is open Mon - Fri: 9 am - 6 pm and is closed on Weekends




What can I expect during my visit?


You’ll be welcomed by our friendly front desk staff, assessed in a private room by a trained medical assistant, and treated by a member of our licensed and credentialed medical staff which includes physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and x-ray and lab technicians. You’ll receive top-level care in a prompt manner and provided with any prescriptions, tests, and follow-up information necessary to get you feeling better, faster.




What should I bring to my visit?


Please bring a government issued ID, your insurance card, co-pay, a list of current medications, vitamins, supplements and any over- the- counter drugs you take, and a list of any allergies you have.




What types of services do you provide?


We treat many common medical conditions including:

Allergic reactions and asthma

Bronchitis and strep throat

Broken bones

Childhood illnesses

Covid-19

Cuts, burns, bug bites and animal bites

Falls, sprains, strains,

Flu and cold symptoms—fever, vomiting, diarrhea, sore throat, cough

Minor injuries

Pediatric problems

Pink eye, ear infections

Sinus pressure and sinus infections/sinusitis

Skin irritations, rashes, infections

UTI infections

We also provide:

Drug screenings

Sports physicals

Testing for Covid-19, tuberculosis, HIV/ sexually transmitted diseases

Wellness checks and annual physicals

Workers comp exams




What ages do you treat?


At AVUC we treat the entire family from babies to senior citizens and everyone in between. We are family and community focused.




Can I get a Covid-19 test?


Yes. We currently offer a rapid Covid- 19 test and can provide results in about 30 minutes, while you wait in your car.




Do you offer physicals and drug tests?


Yes. We offer a full range of well-patient care. We provide workers comp exams, annual, sports and pre-employment physicals, drug tests, screenings, COVID-19 testing and many other health and wellness services.




Who staffs All Valley Urgent Care?


You’ll be cared for by highly trained physician assistants, family nurse practitioners, medical assistants and medical doctors, all credentialed and licensed by the State of California. We also have x-ray and laboratory technicians on staff. Our care team is bilingual and fluent in English and Spanish.




Who can I talk to after hours?


We currently do not offer after-hour care. If you need immediate assistance, please contact your nearest Emergency Room or call 9-1-1.




Can I go to AVUC for routine tests?


Yes. We offer all the typical blood tests physicians normally order including pneumonia, tetanus and flu shots.




Does AVUC offer well check-ups and physicals?


Yes. We provide sports and annual physicals, workers comp exams and wellness checks.




Can I get x-rays at AVUC?


Yes. We have a full x-ray suite for your imaging needs.




Does AVUC offer laboratory services?


Yes. We have a laboratory onsite and perform all tests right here.




Do you accept insurance?


Yes. We accept most insurances. Please call us with your insurance information if you have questions.




Which payment options do you accept?


We accept cash, credit and debit cards.




Can I join a waitlist or book an appointment online?


Yes, you can join our waitlist and/or book an appointment online. Just click on the Join Waitlist button or Appointment button, enter the information requested, and we’ll send you a text. It’s that easy!