Walk-In Urgent Care

Healthcare Centered On You & Your Family



Get in, Get out... Feel Better!

When you're sick or injured, the last thing you want to do is wait for an appointment.
Campbell Urgent Care is open 7-days-a-week, with extended evening and weekend hours so we can be here when you need us.
Best of all, you don't need an appointment! Simply walk-in and we'll help you feel better in no time.

Campbell Urgent Care provides

  • Walk-In Clinic
  • In-Office Lab Tests w/ results in minutes
  • Blood Draws, X-Rays, EKG, Pulmonary Function Testing, Drug/Alcohol Testing
  • Shorter waiting periods than ER
  • Treating patients 6 months & Up
  • Lower co-pays
  • Most Insurances Welcome
  • Board Certified Physicians
  • Certified Technicians

No insurance, no problem. Campbell offers an affordable fee schedule.

We treat symptoms ranging from upper respiratory infections (sore throats, colds, fever, flu, sinuses and more), gastrointestinal symptoms, injuries, lacerations, urinary symptoms to asthma, headaches, muscle aches.

We also perform school and sport physicals along with Sports Medicine related injuries and occupational medicine related care provided by our expert doctors.



Over 50,000 satisfied patients!






OPEN TODAY 9AM - 9PM




Why Choose Campbell:

  • Just walk in. No appointment necessary.
  • Open extended hours
  • Shorter waiting times
  • On Site Lab
  • X-Ray Services Available
  • We accept most insurances






  • Dr Bazzi ... is great with patients and has a sense of humor doctors no longer carry these days. 2 thumbs up! RJ
  • I was so comfortable with the staff that I moved over to having Dr. Shaya as my primary care physician. KD
  • Dr. Maki was very good in explaining what was going on, and less than 3 days later I had gotten rid of a cough that I had previously had for more than a month. Lilly
  • WONDERFUL!!!! The staff and Dr. were really great. Dawn

Doing aerobic, muscle-strengthening and bone-strengthening physical activity of at least a moderately-intense level can slow the loss of bone density that comes with age.

-- CDC





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