Walk-In Clinic Services

Bio Family Clinic is proud to be offering “Same Day Walk-In Services” starting on Friday, March 1st, 2019. As part of Bio Family’s ongoing process to provide the best healthcare services to their patients and the county of Yuma, they have added another team member, Nurse Practitioner, Bola Falegan. She will be the designated provider handling our patients needs for our Walk-In Clinic, don’t spend hours waiting to be seen at the hospital or urgent care. The average wait time in a Yuma hospital before being seen is 15 minutes for medical emergencies and acute injuries (1). Non emergency wait times vary from 15 minutes to hours, based on the type of care needed you can wait between 3 to 5 hours before you are discharged and sent home, spending your entire day and being sent home with antibiotics or guided instructions and to follow up with your primary doctor. On top of that a hefty emergency room hospital bill. Why go through that when you can be seen within the same 15 minutes, get the needed diagnostic testing done and be on your way home, saving time and money. 

Same Day Assessment and Treatment

Cough Fever
Sore Throat Sprain and Strains
Ear Infections Sinus Infections
Immunizations Bladder Infections
Flu Symptoms Eye Irritations
Coumadin Management Allergies

Emergency Room Symptoms

Chest Pain/Pressure High Fever
Severe Bleeding Shortness of Breath
Numbness of Limb/Face Fainting/Loss of Consciousness
Broken Limb Head Trauma

The symptoms above are examples of what should be treated at the hospital and what should be treated at our Walk-In Clinic, this will help you decide what is an emergency and what is not considered an emergency. If you have any doubts if your symptoms are considered and emergency, just give us a call at (928) 342-6500.




1. Yuma Hospital Wait Times

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