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Arlington Urgent Care

601 S Carlin Springs Rd
Arlington, VA 22204 703-717-7000

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no longer at that location Moved to south arlington - Jun 17, 2020

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Ballston Urgent Care

3833 Fairfax Dr
Arlington, VA 22203 571-405-2822

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Two visits within a week for the same problem resulted in different providers... - Apr 28, 2020

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MidAtlantic Urgent Care

3301 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201 703-243-6720

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Consistently good, practical. available. Good follow-up with testing results. - Apr 27, 2020

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Simplicity Urgent Care

3263 Columbia Pike
Arlington, VA 22204 703-746-0111

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I've visited Simplicity a handful of times over the years, for violent reactions... - Aug 21, 2018

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Minute Clinic

1201 S Hayes St
Arlington, VA 22202 703-418-3790

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I went here a couple of years ago and I have REFUSED to go to a CVS walk-in... - Jan 29, 2018

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CVS MinuteClinic

3133 Lee Hwy
Arlington, VA 22201 703-522-0260

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What a joke. This "service" should be shut down post haste! they can not do... - Jan 20, 2014

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XPress Care

1409 S Fern St
Arlington, VA 22202 703-521-2121

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Visited this facility when I fell and injured my knee. The X-ray showed no... - Sep 17, 2015

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Arlington Urgent Care Center

1701 N George Mason Dr
Arlington, VA 22205 703-558-5000

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Run by Arlington Hospital and so they refer you to a doctor with connections... - Nov 26, 2017

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When first confronted with an illness or injury, you must quickly decide whether the case is life threatening—whether there’s a risk of death or permanent disability if the patient does not receive immediate care (within 30 minutes or less).

The most difficult decisions involve cases in which you feel safe waiting 30 minutes or more to receive care, but still require treatment at a hospital, rather than at an urgent care clinic or doctor's office.

Many cases are not even urgent, of course. These cases could await a visit to an urgent care clinic or a family doctor during regular hours.

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