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Primary Care Services | Instant Urgent Care

At Instant Urgent Care, our goal is to assist you in achieving complete wellness with a focus on both your body and mind.

Our Primary Care services are available for your routine medical needs. We highly recommend our patients to see a primary care provider at least once a year for an annual check-up.

Our board-certified doctors manage your whole health package including aspects of preventative care such as immunizations, mammograms and colonoscopies. Your doctors order the routine tests and can also recommend any specific tests you might need. Our doctors can coordinate your care with other doctors and refer to specialists, as needed.

The average wait time to see our doctors us less than 15 minutes and our doctors are available on the same day when you need them.

We offer a full range of primary care services
for all ages, including:

  • Well child exams
  • Women’s health exams
  • Men’s health
  • Geriatric exams
  • Health screenings
  • Prescribing medications
  • Treatment for illness or injury
  • Referrals to specialty care, when needed

For more information about the services we provide,
please call to speak with one of our medical professionals at
(408) 687-4806, or stop by today!

For more information about the services we provide,
please call to speak with one of our medical professionals at
(408) 687-4806, or stop by today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Find your answers to the questions and helpful information about our services. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to call us.

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1. What are Primary Care Services?

For those looking for medical care, primary care services are their initial point of contact. In order to handle common health conditions, they put an intense focus on providing complete, continuous medical care. They also provide preventive care and provide specialist referrals as necessary.

2.What is the goal of primary care?

By preventing, diagnosing, and treating a variety of health conditions primary care aims to improve overall health and well-being. In order to provide individualized care, it puts an intense focus on preventive measures, early intervention, and establishing long-term patient-provider relationships.

3. What is a primary vs. secondary care provider?

A primary care provider (PCP) is usually a family physician, internist, or pediatrician who offers general healthcare services and serves as the initial point of contact for patients. They provide routine check-ups, manage chronic conditions, and refer patients to specialists if necessary.

On the other hand, secondary care providers are specialists in specific medical fields such as cardiology, orthopedics, or dermatology. They are consulted by primary care providers when patients require specialized care beyond the scope of primary care.

4. How do I choose a provider?

When choosing a primary care provider, consider factors like their credentials, location, office hours, communication style, and whether they accept your insurance. Ask for recommendations from friends, family, or your insurance provider and schedule a meet-and-greet to assess compatibility.

5. How often should I make an appointment with my primary care provider?

The frequency of appointments with your primary care provider can vary based on your age, health status, and specific medical needs. Typically, adults should aim for a yearly check-up or as advised by their PCP. Patients with chronic conditions may need more frequent visits for management and monitoring. Always follow your provider’s recommendations.