Tetanus shots
in Rio Verde, AZ

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155 urgent care locations in
Rio Verde, AZ

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NextCare Urgent Care, Apache Junction

4.59(2973)
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2080 W Southern Ave , Apache Junction, AZ 8512023.6 mi

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Recent patient review

We went to two urgent cares and left due to 3+ hour waits. The wait time was around 30 mins...staff was pleasant and prompt. Dr was quick... quite but thorough. Only downside was no rapid covid testing. But understandable. Making this our go to urgent care from now on.
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Pinnacle HealthCare, Video Visit

4.97(103) video icon Offers video visits
Serving all of Arizona

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Friendly staff. Very patient with daughter which I appreciate greatly! Would definitely recommend.
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AlphaMeD, Scottsdale

5.0(41)
9219 E Hidden Spur Trail , Scottsdale, AZ 8525513.1 mi

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We are from out of town this place was tricky to find but so worth it!! Everyone was so friendly! And helpful
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Gateway Urgent Care

4.76(1548)
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920 E Williams Field Rd , Gilbert, AZ 8529529.3 mi

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Recent patient review

Great experience, friendly staff. And the radiology technician was above and beyond. He was quick, empathetic and has explained everything properly. I would give him 10000000....infinite stars.

Elite Urgent Care

PO Box 27306 , Scottsdale, AZ 852559.5 mi

Care Today

7609 E Pinnacle Peak Rd , Scottsdale, AZ 8525513.9 mi

StatClinix - Scottsdale

3.5(77)
15223 N 87th St , Scottsdale, AZ 8526014.2 mi

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DFMC Urgent Care

36889 N Tom Darlington Dr , Carefree, AZ 8526215.8 mi

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DFMC Urgent Care

36889 N Tom Darlington Dr , Cave Creek, AZ 8533115.8 mi

Morgan Lobe, DO

5.0(2)
15210 N Scottsdale Rd , Scottsdale, AZ 8525416.0 mi

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Private Client Physician Services

5851 E Blue Sky Dr , Scottsdale, AZ 8526616.1 mi

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Parkway Medical

3.41(43)
6565 E Greenway Pkwy , Scottsdale, AZ 8525416.6 mi

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Edicine

4.06(8)
34597 N 60th St , Scottsdale, AZ 8526616.7 mi

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Recent patient review

On June 19th I booked an appointment with Dr. Morrison through Zocdoc which had him available for appointments as well as listed as a surgical dermatologist which I later found out is not correct. What happened upon my arrival was nothing short of an unbelievable and horrid treatment of a new patient. I arrived to my appointment almost half an hour early assuming I would have a bucket load of paperwork to fill out as a new patient. I checked in by saying I had an appointment at 3pm with Dr. Morrison, the receptionist gave me paperwork without a word, I filled out new patient docs, and then waited for about 20 minutes PAST my appointment time to be taken back. The nurse who took me back took my height and weight, and then we went into an exam room where I had my blood pressure, oxygen level, temperature, and heart rate taken. All standard procedure. I then was told to wait and did so for another half hour. It was now closer to 4pm when my appointment was at 3pm. After waiting patiently a knock comes on the door. To my surprise a female nurse walks in instead of Dr. Morrison who is a man. No issues there, but I was utterly confused. I explained I was expecting someone else "lol" and she tells me that Dr. Morrison isn't actually here. She asks me what I have come in for...I have had a thorn or maybe a metal splinter stuck in my hand. So after trying to fix it myself and give it time I finally decided to go in and have a pro excise it. No infection or anything major. Just a hard red bump on my palm that I have been unable to deal with on my own. The nurse practitioner didn't even touch or examine my hand. She quickly explained that she was not experienced in this that she didn't feel comfortable performing anything on me. She explained she was just filling in for Dr. Morrison and she just got called in this morning to work. Supposedly they had called me but I have no missed call, no voicemail, no email, and no zocdoc update. Even my text and email updates confirmed my appt with Dr. Morrison this morning! She then explains she thinks it would be better to scratch this appointment all together and reschedule, but that as a last ditch effort she would ask one of the other nurses about it before I left. She leaves the room for about 5-10 minutes and then comes back alone. Then she proceeds to tell me that the other nurse just says to go get x-rays first and come back for another appointment. That nurse didn't even come in the room and look at my hand. I'm not just going to pay for x-rays just so you can get me out of the office as an excuse for not being prepared for my appointment. So I said I would rather take her up on the first option and we both agree that it's best to just start over and wait until i can see Dr. Morrison. She then leaves the room again and comes back with a billing sheet filled out that I'm supposed to give the front desk. The office manager had decided to charge me for a full "level 2" visit even though I didn't get seen by the doctor as scheduled for almost 3 weeks. I asked why and she proceeds to speak to me from her desk behind the receptionist and behind a wall, refuses to make eye contact with me, and keeps pretending to do other tasks while being passive aggressive. I told her this was far from fair given the circumstances. I asked her if she thought this was fair to which she replied "you were seen". Wow. So I proposed: 1. I pay for today but it gets applied to a new appt with the actual doctor. Or 2. I pay for what was done (new patient add + vitals) which should be no more than $75 even at the most expensive office. She tells me I have to pay the full amount now or they will send it to collections! Ha! Lady you are a piece of work. Dr. Morrison, I understand things come up but you and your office completely dropped the ball on my appointment. And lady, thanks for treating me like complete sh*t instead of owning up and attempting to fix the situation. I won't be back.

Cigna Medical Group

5.0(1)
10900 N Scottsdale Rd , Scottsdale, AZ 8525417.3 mi

Concentra Urgent Care

1.5(7)
10335 N Scottsdale Rd , Scottsdale, AZ 8525317.4 mi

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Banner Urgent Care

4.0(74)
10330 N Scottsdale Rd , Scottsdale, AZ 8525317.5 mi

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Phoenix Children's Urgent Care

2.58(31)
6990 E Shea Blvd , Scottsdale, AZ 8525417.6 mi

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Recent patient review

Awesome experience. Everyone was super friendly. They took the time to address all of our concerns. Thank you!

HonorHealth Urgent Care - Saguaro

2.6(25)
18404 N Tatum Blvd , Phoenix, AZ 8503218.1 mi

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Recent patient review

Went there today for a covid test . The entire visit from the line outside to the time I left was an hour an 15 mins. The staff was friendly. The office was clean, and the facility was following the proper socal distancing measures.

HonorHealth Urgent Care PLUS

5.0(5)
13843 N Tatum Blvd , Phoenix, AZ 8503218.9 mi

FastMed Urgent Care, Scottsdale

3.48(48)
4902 E Shea Blvd , Scottsdale, AZ 8502819.8 mi

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Tetanus Shot Frequently Asked Questions

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    How much does a tetanus shot cost?

    Without insurance, the tetanus shot will typically range from $25 to $60. Costs will vary by clinic. Make an appointment with Solv today to find how much a tetanus shot costs in the Rio Verde area.

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    Is a tetanus shot covered by my insurance?

    Health insurance plans that include preventative benefits usually cover the tetanus shot. If it is covered, you will typically only need to cover the copay, which can range from $10 to $40.

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    Where can I get a tetanus shot in Rio Verde?

    In general, tetanus shots will be available at Rio Verde-area urgent care centers, retail clinics, primary care doctor offices, local pharmacies and travel vaccination centers. While walk-in appointments are typically available, booking a visit online will reduce your wait time and ensure you protect yourself from tetanus faster. It’s vital that you seek treatment for tetanus immediately, so make sure you make an appointment for a tetanus shot ASAP.

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    How can I book a tetanus shot in Rio Verde?

    Regardless of the kind of vaccine you are seeking, Solv can help you book an appointment. Simply search for Rio Verde-area doctors, find a provider, and book the most convenient time for you. Make sure to include “tetanus shot” as your reason for visit.

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    Can I make a same-day appointment for a tetanus shot in Rio Verde?

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    Who should get a tetanus shot?

    You should receive a tetanus vaccine between two months and six years old, and again as a teenager and adult. If you suspect you have come into contact with tetanus (such as via sharp rusty metal) and have not been vaccinated, seek vaccination right away as the progressions of symptoms is swift and can be life-threatening.

Tetanus Shot: Helpful Tetanus Shot Reviews

"I was taken in right away for a laceration to my finger. The nurse and doctor were very friendly and made me feel at ease. After a tetanus shot and and bandage I was good to go. Very professional and very knowledgeable staff. Would recommend this urgent care highly to those in need."

"Needed a tetanus shot and it went very well. Great experience!"

"Awesome experience. I went in for a tetanus shot and was treated with respect and care. In and out within 45 minutes, great staff, overall great experience."