Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine is the local pediatric urgent care Centennial. Located at 2241 E. Arapahoe Rd., Centennial’s pediatric urgent care treats kids of all ages. We’re a walk-in clinic, but you can also schedule your visit online. Here are 11 reasons parents choose pediatric urgent care Centennial in the Southglenn neighborhood.
- COVID-19 Testing and Treatment
- Sports Injuries
- Sports Physicals
- Summertime Injuries
- We’re more affordable than the ER
- Telehealth Visits
- We’re close to home, school, and if you’re on the go!
- We treat common back to school illnesses
- We accept most major insurances including Medicaid
- Is the pediatrician’s office closed? We are open nights and weekends!
- Onsite X-Rays
There is same-day testing availability if you need COVID-19 testing for your child to return to school, need the test for travel, or if you’re interested in testing. We offer rapid antigen, rapid molecular, and lab-based PCR testing. The molecular tests include the Abbott ID NOW and RT-PCR rapid tests. Both tests are NAAT and offered at the Centennial walk-in clinic. It’s same-day results with the rapid tests.
If your child suffers from sprains, strains, fractures, or scrapes while playing sports, consider seeing a provider at Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine. With 9 locations across the Denver metro area, we are located near many community sport venues.
Walk-in sports physicals are available year round. Sports physicals are cash-pay for $35. Walk-in today or you can also schedule your visit online.
During the summer months, the Centennial pediatric urgent care in Southglenn sees an increase in injuries related to jumping on the trampoline, riding bikes, and using a scooter. We are a walk-in clinic with minimal wait times, so come by the clinic to get treatment. We have onsite x-ray and can do stitches if needed. Keep in mind, we also remove stitches.
The providers at pediatric urgent care Centennial – Southglenn can see non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries meaning a trip to the ER is not always necessary. Keep in mind we are open nights and weekends when the pediatrician’s office might be closed. We are a walk-in clinic, so you won’t need an appointment to be seen.
If your child is feeling unwell consider a telehealth visit from the comfort of home. Be seen by our providers for cough, cold, flu, fever, strep, rash, sinus infection, and more. We offer curbside testing and any necessary prescriptions will be called into the pharmacy of your choice.
Dr. Tony Euser opened his first urgent care in 2012. The clinics are now located across the metro area in Centennial – Southglenn, Fort Lupton, Brighton, Westminster, Lafayette, Broomfield, Denver’s Central Park neighborhood, and in Northglenn. This means we are conveniently located near your child’s school, home, or when you’re on the go.
Walk-in to the Centennial urgent care, or consider a telehealth visit, when your child isn’t feeling well due to the common cold, eye infection, strep, or an ear infection. These illnesses are common when kids are back in school.
Not only does the pediatric urgent care Southglenn accept most major insurances including Medicaid, we also offer self-pay pricing.
Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine Centennial – Southglenn is open 7 days a week, 8 am to 8 pm. If your child’s pediatrician is booked, or it’s after hours, we are a great alternative to the ER.
Kids like to have fun and, unfortunately, sometimes x-rays are necessary to diagnose fractures. Our x-rays are done onsite and we provide a CD with images to easily share with the child’s pediatrician.
Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine is your Centennial pediatric urgent care in the Southglenn neighborhood. We’re located near Centennial, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Cherry Knolls, Littleton, Cherry Hills Village, and Southmoor Park. Keep in mind, we have locations across Colorado’s Denver metro area. Click here to see a list of our locations.