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Urgent Care

At denova Health care, we have an extensive network of primary care providers and several facilities in the Phoenix Area.  At our facilities, we offer comprehensive medical care for both urgent and non-urgent medical issues.  We offer both virtual and in-person care.

What Is Urgent Care?

Urgent care is the best alternative to the ER for emergencies that require immediate treatment but are not serious enough to require hospitalization.

If you have a sudden illness or injury, call denova to schedule an urgent visit rather than seeking care at an emergency room. Your primary care provider knows you best.

However, an urgent care clinic or your primary care office is NOT where you should go if you believe your life is at risk. If you are sick or injured and believe the issue is a life-threatening emergency, such as chest pains that could indicate a heart attack, you need to go to the ER.

When Should You Go To Urgent Care?

  • Fever without a rash
  • Vomiting or persistent diarrhea that does not improve over time
  • Abdominal pain
  • Wheezing or shortness of breath
  • Dehydration
  • Moderate flu-like symptoms (nausea, headache, stuffiness, muscle pain, and aches, etc.)
  • Sprains and strains
  • Small cuts or lacerations that may require stitches to heal properly

denova Health care can handle, diagnose, and treat different medical problems that diagnose, and treat lots of different medical problems that require treatment for your health, well-being, and comfort – but are not considered to be “true” emergencies that require hospitalization at the ER.

Contact denova Healthcare To Get The Help You Need

We provide board-certified providers and expert care throughout the Phoenix Area. If you’re in pain or discomfort or worried about symptoms that have recently begun affecting you, help is right around the corner at denova Healthcare.

Schedule online now to get the help you need at one of our facilities.  We can see you virtually or in person.  Remember, if you believe your issue is a serious life-threatening emergency, you should call 911 and go to the ER. Use your best judgment. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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