What To Expect

Professional & Compassionate Medical Care Everyday!



When you come to Campbell Urgent Care you will be treated with respect and compassion by all of our experienced friendly staff. We will take the time to listen to you to ensure the best and most effective course of treatment for your problem. You will be asked to provide information about yourself, including medical history and a personal photo ID and proof of insurance. You will also be asked to fill out paperwork that is required for your first visit. Once completed, a member of our staff will escort you to a room, where the reason for your visit along with vital signs will be obtained. A medical provider will then see you. They will obtain a detailed history about your visit, and perform a comprehensive examination. The provider will order testing or perform any necessary procedures. A diagnosis and treatment plan will be explained and all questions will be answered thoroughly.



Following your visit, the provider may want to give you prescriptions. If needed, those will be faxed to the pharmacy of your choice that you indicated prior to the front staff, or handed to you per your request.

If you need urgent medical attention, Campbell Urgent Care is here for you. 7 days/week!

OPEN TODAY 7AM - 10PM





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

Heart disease and stroke are two of the leading causes of death in the United States but getting at least 150 minutes a week (2 hours and 30 minutes) of moderate-intensity aerobic activity can put you at a lower risk for these diseases.

-- CDC





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