Why Sina Urgent Care?
Convenience. Quality. Cost.
Sina Urgent Care is the largest and fastest growing independent provider of urgent care services in California with locations conveniently located across Los angeles, Woodland Hills, San Bernardino and San Diego. All of our clinics are open 9am – 9pm, 365 days per year, giving you easy access to care you can trust. Our patients are typically seen and treated in under an hour, without an appointment, making Sina Urgent Care the ideal provider of the care you need when you need it the most.
Sina Urgent Care takes urgent care a step further, ensuring quality care for higher acuity patients by maintaining a licensed doctor onsite at all times. Our state-of-the-art licensed facilities have been awarded the Certified Urgent Care Center (Category 1) designation from the Urgent Care Association of America and are accredited by the American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine, both signifying Sina Urgent Care’s commitment to the highest level of quality care.
A visit to Sina Urgent Care costs a fraction of a trip to the emergency room or hospital-affiliated urgent care. The lower cost setting we provide results in significant savings to the overall healthcare system, in addition to lower copays, out-of-pocket expenses and self-pay rates for our patients. At MD Now, these savings will never come at the cost of quality care.
What is Urgent Care?
Urgent care clinics provide walk-in treatment for sudden or unexpected illnesses and injuries that are beyond the scope of a typical primary care practice, but don’t require a costly trip to the ER. Appointments aren’t necessary and urgent care clinics are generally open for extended hours, treating individuals of all ages.
Patients can be treated, often in less than an hour, for a wide array of conditions like fevers, asthma attacks, flu, upper respiratory infections, sprains, strains, cuts, broken bones and burns. Our urgent care centers also offer additional services, including digital x-rays, EKG, ultrasounds, lab testing, physicals, immunizations, vaccines, physical therapy, occupational medicine, travel medicine and selected primary care services.