Accepts most insurances
Good Night Pediatrics is a pediatric urgent care center serving the children, adolescents and young adults inAvondale with extended hours, making them a great option 7 days a week when your child's primary care office may not be open. You can find this clinic located at 10320 W McDowell Rd, Building L and patients can walk in to see them today from 5:00PM to 11:59PM (last verified on 2018-08-10).
With more than 25 reviews and ratings, Good Night Pediatrics has received an average of1.9 stars out of 5.
Nationally, most pediatric urgent care patients see average wait times between 15-30 minutes before being seen by a provider, which should be expected at Good Night Pediatrics as well. As part of the Good Night Pediatrics group, they have a sister facility in Peoria 13 miles away that you may want to consider if the wait gets too long.
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I’m a single mom and I don’t have help when my daughter gets sick. I normally go to the Phoenix Children’s Urgent Care but they were closed which is how I ended up here (Good Night Pediatrics). At 11pm, my daughter had a fever of 103. I decided to drive her to the clinic. While I was checking in, I was explaining to the front desk girl why we were checking in (returning fever after a week). The Dr spoke up from behind the desk as he was taking notes and said “There’s probably not much we can do here. You have to take her to see her primary” I understand I have to take her to her primary. Her fever happened today at 11pm during non-business hours. I needed immediate help resolving my daughters fever in the moment. I know that fevers over 103 can be brain damaging. After I filled out the paperwork during my daughters still on-going-unattended fever… I told the front desk I just got new medical insurance therefore I didn’t have the cards with me bc they were being mailed. She then said I would have to be self-pay and if I didn’t want to pay she’d need to call her boss (which I never said I wouldn’t pay). Meanwhile, again…. My daughters fever is still being un-attended and every second matters. I didn’t know what to do being that the place I came to for help was not being helpful. I was frustrated and crying while I waited for the front desk girl to “call her boss” and even if the doctor saw her, he already told me there wasn’t much he could do for her… As a single mom, I try to do it all by myself. You’d think that when your daughter is sick, doctors would try to help. I went up to the front desk asked for my paperwork and insurance card and opted to walk out. Worst experience ever. I just needed help and reassurance that my daughter would be ok from a medical professional. I got everything else but that.
2 months ago
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