PEDIATRIC URGENT CARE IN TARZANA, CA

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18555 Ventura Blvd, Suite B
Tarzana, CA 91356
Phone :818-614-3088

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Opening Hours

Monday - Friday 10:00am-10:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-9:00pm
Sunday 9:00am-9:00pm
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Convenient Care

  • Major cross streets: Ventura and Reseda Boulevard in Tarzana (in a retail space)
  • Easy parking
  • Open 365 days a year
  • Avoid the busy ER and sick adult patients
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Efficient Care

  • No appointment necessary and short wait times
  • On-site x-ray and board-certified radiologist readings
  • On-site laboratory
  • Immediate access to pharmacy
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Effective Care

  • All physicians are board certified in pediatrics
  • All nurses and nurse practitioners are highly trained in pediatrics
  • Partner with your pediatrician
  • Proximity to Providence Tarzana Medical Center (1/4 mile)

Testimonials

Always great, fast, and friendly! My child is well taken care of every time. A+
Marie P.
They were all a pleasure to deal with and I highly recommend them!
Valerie C.
MVP is professional, trustworthy, caring and top of the line
Michael J.
Clean, friendly and most important the nurses and doctors are amazing
Eric B.
Awesome staff and great care. The environment was welcoming and fun
Alice W.
Amazing Doctor. My experience here with my daughter was wonderfull
Rebecca E.

Call Today! Walk-ins Welcome! Board Certified Pediatricians On-site Every Day!

Blog

  • You pick your child up from daycare and his teacher tells you he’s been clingy and crying over  little things all day. By dinner time, he’s getting the sniffles, doesn’t want to eat (even though you made his favorite!), and his temperature is rising. Is it a cold, or is it the flu? During this cold and flu season, it’s important to know the difference between a cold and flu and what to do for each. We’ll also tell you how you can prevent both. Cold symptoms The common cold

  • One minute your child is complaining of a stomach ache, and the next minute you find yourself running to get something under him or her to catch vomit! Gastroenteritis, or the “stomach flu” as it is sometimes called, is a highly contagious illness. The stomach flu in kids is very similar to that in adults. It commonly causes fever, vomiting, stomach pain, and diarrhea in children. It can be caused by bacteria, such as those encountered in contaminated food, or by viruses, which are usually spread from person-to-person. Vigilant hand

  • You are at the playground with your child. She is running around and having fun. Suddenly, you hear crying and see that she has cut her arm on a sharp edge of the playground equipment. Your child has an open wound and it is bleeding. What you do next depends on several factors such as how deep the wound is, whether the bleeding stops, and even what type of material they cut themselves on. Scrapes and cuts are an almost-unavoidable aspect of childhood. Normally, a scrape or small cut does

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