Fox Valley Urgent Care Clinic

Urgent Care in Aurora, IL

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3535 E New York St.
Suite 115
Aurora, IL 60504-4465
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Phone

630-499-1900

Fax

630-499-1903

Hours of operation

  • Monday 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sunday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
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About Fox Valley Urgent Care Clinic

Fox Valley Urgent Care Clinic is an urgent care center in Aurora, IL located at 3535 E New York St., Suite 115. They are open 7 days a week seeing walk-in patients in Aurora. Fox Valley Urgent Care Clinic appears to be individually owned and operated and not part of a larger network of urgent care clinics. There are, however, 2 walk-in clinics within 20 miles of Aurora in cities including Montgomery and Oswego.

As an urgent care center, Fox Valley Urgent Care Clinic provides non-emergent medical care most typically referred to as urgent care services. This category of medicine includes the treatment of allergies, asthma, broken bones and sprains, burns, cold and flu symptoms, ear, sinus and respiratory infections, insect and animal bites, stomach viruses, skin rashes and most other non-life threatening injuries, illnesses and conditions. Additionally common health assessments are typical service offerings including annual and school physicals and STD tests. While this urgent care does offer assistance with immediate health care needs, if you are suffering from a true medical emergency, go to the emergency room in Aurora, IL or call 911 immediately.

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  • Posted on October 19, 2015 | Visited this location October 18, 2015
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    Outsanding service, will conisder this my only location for emergencies for our family

    Excellent staff. X Ray on site, immediate attention- respectful, considerate- attentive.
    I was well looked after, all of my concerns were discussed. I wasn't rushed, nor pushed quickly through.
    Pharmacy on site, open on Sundays and late evenings-
    I know many people think an emergency room is the best choice, however I feel more confident of the care I received today, than my last ER visit.

  • Posted on May 17, 2016 | Visited this location May 16, 2016
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    Scary, shady place

    Do not go here unless you want to be misdiagnosed with 3rd world diseases and have to go to a real facility with real doctors to get a proper diagnosis and have your issue addressed by a health practitioner and not some scam artist just trying to bill you when they have no idea what they are doing. I seriously doubt the "Doctor" we saw had real medical training.

  • Posted on February 12, 2017 | Visited this location February 08, 2017
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    Never again

    This was a horrible experience. The receptionist was rude to us, staff very unprofessional, we were there over 2 hours even though there were only 2 other patients in the waiting room. The worst part was they misdiagnosed my son which led to further problems. We went in because he was in tears over ear pain and they said his ears were fine and proceeded to do a step test, even though his throat wasn't bothering him very much. Obviously that came back negative and I heard some people in the hall discussing "so how should we diagnose the boy" as if it was up for debate?! They finally told me there was some bacteria in the throat culture and would send over a mild amoxicillin to the pharmacy. The next day my sons ear drums burst open and started leaking infection, and now he has pink eye probably from sleeping on infection that had leaked all over his pillow. Oh, but it gets even better, when I went to pick up his perception it wasn't there so I called the clinic and the receptionist said there was no perception perscribed by the doctor, and that doctor was off now so there was no way to get a perception. I asked her to find it and got put on hold for over half an hour until I finally had to hang up. So we were back at square one, going to go see a real doctor, with much worse symptoms now that should have been easily diagnosed and prevented. Scary and shady for sure!