#1 Urgent Care In The Valley!

Valley Urgent Care is a full service urgent care, serving Northridge, Granada Hills, Reseda, Van Nuys, Chatsworth, North Hills, Canoga Park and Winnetka. We accept Walk-Ins, offer Early Online Check-In, accept most major insurance plans, and offer affordable cash prices as well.

Walk-In Clinic Info


Valley Urgent Care
9335 Reseda Blvd
Northridge, CA 91324
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Our Hours

Monday          8AM-8PM
Tuesday          8AM-8PM
Wednesday    8AM-8PM
Thursday        8AM-8PM
Friday              8AM-8PM
Saturday        10AM-3PM
Sunday           Closed

Check In

Take advantage of our new early check-in portal. Check-In Here →

Front Of Valley Urgent Care

Why Valley Urgent Care?

Physicians You Can Trust

Our walk-in clinic consists of some of the best doctors in Northridge. At Valley Urgent Care, you can trust your physician like you trust your primary care.

30+ Years of Experience

We've been serving our patients in the San Fernando Valley for over 30 years. We value your time and your trust in us, which is why we strive to provide all our patients with fast, friendly, and affordable care.

Short Wait Times

Our doctor online booking system is powered by Solv Health, which has helped us cut down wait times significantly. We always strive to get you in and out as quickly as possible, so you can get back to your day.

“Our goal is to diagnose and treat your symptoms, while also making sure that you are treated with dignity and respect. I’m very proud of the reputation we’ve earned for providing excellent medical diagnostic skills and bedside manner.”
– Dr. Bardia Anvar, M.D. Clinic Director

Health Insurance

Plans We Accept


Blue Shield
Blue Cross
United Healthcare
Health Net
Tricare Insurance
TriWest Healthcare Alliance
Care 2st Health Plan
Promise Health Plan
CareMore Health


LA Care Health Plan
Healthcare Partners
Regal Medical Group
Lakeside Community Healthcare
Health Care LA
Preferred Ipa of California
el proyecto del barrio
premier physician network
Prospect Medical Group
heritage provider network
Nuestra Familia Medical Group
Accountable Care IPA
Citrus Valley IPA
Heritage Sierra Medical Group
Primary Care Associates

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We Have Answers

No, we are a walk-in clinic, so you can walk-in during our normal business hours and be seen by a physician without a long wait. However, if you’d like to use our early check-in system, you can do so here: Early Check-In

We participate with most major PPO insurance plans and HMO insurance plans. We also work with the state to offer additional local coverage. You can see if you’re covered here: Health Plans

There is a range of costs for the office visit depending on the complexity of the medical problem. We discount all of our rates for patients without medical insurance.

Urgent care is for medical conditions that require prompt attention, but do not pose an immediate threat to your health or life. Here is simple rule of thumb, if your medical issues(s) are life threatening, call 911, or go directly to a hospital emergency room. If not, Valley Urgent Care is nearby and available to you.

Simple! You can give us a call at (818) 349-9966 or you can email us at info@sfvalleyurgentcare.com You can also visit us at  9335 Reseda Blvd, Northridge, CA 91324

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