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Welcome to Westlake Urgent Care in Thousand Oaks, CA

When you’re in need of urgent care, waiting for an appointment simply isn’t an option.  Westlake Urgent Care is the premier urgent care provider in the Thousand Oaks area, bringing quality health care options in a convenient and affordable way!  Our professionally trained, board certified providers are here for you in the daytime and evening hours and weekends, even after your primary care physicians office has closed.  Our dedicated staff provides same day, in house medical treatment to get you feeling better sooner.

Why Choose Urgent Care?

Let’s face it, getting an appointment with your primary care physicians can often takes days, if not weeks to get you treated and emergency rooms are not only expensive, but you can end up waiting for hours just to be seen!  This is why Westlake Urgent Care is your best option when you need immediate medical care!  Whether you’re suffering from a cold or cough or have a serious injury, Westlake Urgent Care offers numerous urgent care services when you need us, after most doctor’s offices have closed and when the emergency rooms are packed.

Who will care for me? Westlake Urgent Care is staffed with experienced board certified providers.   This urgent care is equipped with laboratory and diagnostic X-ray services and can perform numerous walk-in clinic procedures that you would find at your normal doctor’s office.

What forms of insurance and payment do you accept? Westlake Urgent Care accepts most health plans, cash, personal checks, Visa and MasterCard.

When should I go to the emergency room?

Use a hospital’s emergency department for serious or life-threatening problems. Call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room if you have:

  • Chest pain
  • Sudden weakness or loss of coordination or balance, numbness in the face, arm or leg
  • Coughing up or vomiting blood