Access Medical Centers: Tulsa (Riverside Pkwy)
Your Number One Choice for Urgent Care in Tulsa
You’re looking for a caring, affordable urgent care location in Tulsa that’s ready when you are. At Access Medical Centers on Riverside Parkway, we offer extended hours on nights, weekends and holidays. We’re open when Tulsa residents need us the most. So while we hope you don’t have to come in, if you do need urgent care, choose us for quick relief from minor injuries like bumps, cuts or bruises, illnesses like sore throats or the flu or even x-rays and lab testing.
You can also bring in you little athletes for a sports physical, or get flu shots to protect you and your family. Our convenient Riverside location is at the corner of Riverside Parkway and E. 97th St.
“Needless to say, I left with a favorable impression of the place. I have been back for a dog bite and multiple upper respiratory infections since and always had a good experience. The wait is usually not crazy and the staff, doctors, and nurses are knowledgeable and friendly. I continue to be amazed that one can lurch into a facility feeling like death and by evening or the next day feel human again. The miracles of modern medicine!”
“All personnel were above expectations. That is why I have come here when I am unable to see my family doctor in a timely manner…”
“Just want to say that EVERYBODY in your facility made this the best experience I ever had at an urgent care facility. I recently moved here from Charlotte and had visited a few urgent cares and have NEVER had the helpfulness, courtesy and REAL GENUINE CARE that I had in Burlington. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!”
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