Services at Las Vegas Urgent Care ®
Among our various healthcare services, we offer prescription refills when your doctor is unavailable, treatment of non-urgent medical conditions like headaches and migraines, strains and sprains, back pain, fevers, colds, flus, bronchitis and other non-life-threatening conditions.
We also offer routine physicals for school, sports programs and employment. Our Las Vegas quick care center & urgent care clinic in Las Vegas can assist you with a variety of health care needs. Our state-of-the-art medical equipment can help us diagnose and treat your specific condition. We have a fully equipped laboratory on site, so you won’t need to visit a separate facility for blood and urine testing. Our Las Vegas quick care center can assist you with a variety of needs.
We also provide pulmonary and other diagnostic testing as well as confidential HIV and STD testing. We offer immediate results on many diagnostic tests, including strep. Additionally, we can perform suturing, splinting and other minor procedures right in our walk in clinic.
Insurance Accepted at Las Vegas Urgent Care
Our goal is to provide the highest quality healthcare in a timely, welcoming atmosphere.
We will work with you and your insurance provider to determine payment for your care. We believe you should not be surprised by extra bills for visiting our Urgent Care.
However, if you don’t have insurance, we offer low-cost appointments and services on a cash basis.Learn More
Las Vegas Urgent Care® exists for one purpose: To serve patients.
Welcome to your source for convenient, quality medical care.
Our state-of-the-art Las Vegas quick care center is a private practice that is owned and operated by Dr. Ralph Carullo and Dr. Fauzia Carullo.
Las Vegas Urgent Care provides the acute illness and injury care you need when your doctor is unavailable. We provide a wide array of healthcare services – all in a more cost effective and efficient way than a typical hospital emergency room. This helps keep your medical costs lower because we believe Urgent Care should not cost Extra while allowing emergency facilities to focus on patients with truly life-threatening conditions.Learn More
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