MedPost Urgent Care to open new center in Scottsdale

The new MedPost in Scottsdale. (Submitted photo)

The new MedPost in Scottsdale. (Submitted photo)

MedPost Urgent Care will soon be opening centers in Scottsdale, Peoria and Surprise.

The centers are open 365 days a year, according to a press release. Hours are to be 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

The centers will provide an array of services including treatment for burns, scrapes, sprains,  fractures, colds, coughs, infections, and allergies, as well as offering sports physicals, immunizations, employment screenings, drug testing and TB tests, according to the release. Laboratory and X-ray services also are available.

The new centers are:

  • 23015 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 10 at Silverstone Marketplace at Pinnacle Peak in Scottsdale: Opening Aug. 25.
  • 21471 N. Lake Pleasant Parkway, Suite 1710 at Camino á Lago Marketplace in Peoria: Opening Sept. 1.
  • 16840 W. Waddell Road, Suite 110 at Shoppes at Prasada in Surprise:  Opening Sept. 15.

Highlights include:

  • Walk-in care, no appointment needed
  • Evening and weekend hours
  • Online or phone check-in to save your spot in line
  • Referral options and coordination when specialty care is needed

MedPost Urgent Care centers are staffed by physician specialists in primary care, internal medicine and emergency medicine, as well as nurse practitioners and other health professionals, the release stated.

MedPost centers opened in 2014 at 5130 W. Baseline Road in Laveen, and 2487 S. Gilbert Road in Gilbert.

The centers are part of a growing national network of walk-in urgent care facilities that are open seven days a week, with extended hours, to provide high-quality care for residents in their communities, according to the release.

Abrazo Community Health Network’s parent company, Tenet Healthcare, operates MedPost, stated the release.

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