How do I Choose an Urgent Care Location?

While there are a number of urgent care centers in the Inland Empire, it is important to consider which urgent care location is best for your needs. You could choose to “find an urgent care near me” or an urgent care for specific needs, for example, you may want an urgent care with lab or X-ray services on site.

For example, if you live in the Etiwanda neighborhood within Rancho Cucamonga, our urgent care center located on Milliken Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga is closest.

Alternatively, you can choose our urgent care located in Fontana, which is a bit further away but may offer an earlier appointment. You can decide which urgent care is best for your needs.

When you are looking for an urgent care, it is often best to select a location based on your specific needs. Here are factors to consider when selecting an urgent care in the Inland Empire.

Is the Urgent Care Open Now?

Conveniently located in Eastvale, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, and Ontario, San Antonio Regional Hospital’s urgent care facilities are generally open Monday - Friday, 9 am to 8 pm. On weekends and holidays, the hours are 9 am to 5 pm.

Are Walk-Ins Accepted?

Yes, walk-in patients are welcome at all San Antonio urgent care clinics to serve your immediate medical care needs.

Can I Make an Appointment?

Yes, use our online InQuicker tools to see what dates and times are available at each urgent care facility to make an online appointment while you wait in the comfort of your own home or office.

Is My Insurance Accepted?

Our urgent care facilities are an extension of San Antonio Regional Hospital. We accept most major health insurance plans including HMOs and PPOs, as well as plans for seniors with Medicare. You can view a partial list of plans on our health insurance plan page.

Do You Offer Pediatric Urgent Care?

Yes, all ages are welcome at our urgent care facilities, and we are well equipped to handle pediatric patients.

Are You Affiliated With Any Hospitals?

Yes, our urgent care facilities are operated as an extension of San Antonio Regional Hospital.
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