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SmartClinic provides urgent medical care on a walk-in basis and occupational medicine by appointment. SmartClinic is a 21st century urgent care center where the latest technologies, including digital x-ray and paperless electronic medical records, combined with old fashioned, compassionate personal attention work together to make SmartClinic the go-to treatment center of choice for West Covina and the surrounding communities.


SmartClinic will be certified by the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA).

SmartClinic is one of only a handful of certified urgent care centers in the state of California. They met the certification guidlines set by the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA)

SmartClinic is staffed at all times by physicians who are board certified in emergency medicine, family medicine, and experienced in urgent care.

SmartClinic is actively establishing relationships with area businesses and organizations in need of occupational medicine and worker's compensation medical care. SmartClinic offers routine physicals, drug screening, workplace injury evaluation and treatment, as well as other medical care for business community employees.

SmartClinic works with individuals, HMOs, and IPAs and accepts referrals from overscheduled area physicians. Please contact your insurance carrier or give us a call to verify coverage.

Remember, if you have a life-threatening emergency or illness, call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency facility immediately.

The following list includes many of the medical conditions which can be diagnosed and treated at SmartClinic Urgent Care, as well as services available:

  • colds/flus
  • ear infections
  • lacerations
  • abrasions
  • sprains/strains
  • uncomplicated fractures
  • school/DMV/DOT/sports physicals
  • travel immunizations
  • minor burns
  • travel immunization consultation
  • minor burns
  • animal/insect bites
  • infections
  • asthma
  • minor headaches/migraine
  • vaginal/urinary tract infections
  • bronchitis
  • minor pneumonia
  • diarrhea/vomiting
  • sports injury

Direct link to the Center for Disease Control: http://www.cdc.gov/


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