Primary Care

myDoc Primary Care

Angeles Urgent Care provides walk-in medical services for wide range of common illness and injuries 7 days a week; while it’s important to provide the convenience of urgent care, we strongly believe primary care is the key to maintain overall population health.

Primary care is the day-to-day healthcare given by a health care provider. Typically this provider acts as the first contact and principal point of continuing care for patients within a healthcare system and coordinates other specialist care that the patient may need.

  • Comprehensive annual physical exams with complete blood work
  • Education and promotion of wellness and prevention
  • Monitor your health history
  • Flu Shots and Vaccination Services
  • Manage common chronic illnesses which may include: hypertension, diabetes, asthma, COPD, depression and anxiety, back pain, arthritis, or thyroid dysfunction.
  • Referrals to Specialists
  • Physical exams for employment, schools, and sports.
What type of medical providers are working at myDoc Urgent Care?

Angeles Urgent Care only employs board-certified and high-quality medical providers. Our staff includes family medicine physicians, internal medicine physicians, nurse practitioners, x-Ray Technologist, and MAs

Where are you located, what landmark to look for, is there parking?

We are located at 1420 Locust St, on the ground floor of the Academy House. The Academy House is a tall residential building directly behind the iconic music hall “The Academy of Music”, you will see two signs: Academy House and 1420 Locust St.

Do you accept Insurance?

Yes, we do. We accept all major insurances.

We recommend contacting your insurance company before your visit to verify benefit and coverage for urgent care. This will prepare you for any out-of-pocket costs (including co-pays and deductibles) that you might be responsible for. 

Do you carry controlled substances, for pain management purpose, for example?

No we do not.

What type of x-Ray equipment is on site?

We have a GE model portable x-Ray machine, the same used by almost all hospital emergency rooms. It performs all typical x-Rays include chest, limb, abdomen.