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Urgent Care Center With X-Ray Services Available for Westwood, MA, Residents & Visitors

Urgent Care With X-Ray Westwood MAPhysicianOne Urgent Care — a trusted express care provider serving the Westwood, Massachusetts, community — is pleased to offer walk-in X-ray services. Our skilled urgent care team can perform X-rays to test for a wide array of injuries and illnesses, including broken bones, joint dislocations, lung congestion, pneumonia, kidney stones, bowel obstructions, and foreign body embedment.

Walk-In X-Rays for Your Convenience

If you’re short on time or simply don’t feel like sitting for hours on end in a hospital waiting room, you’ll be glad to know that PhysicianOne Urgent Care offers X-ray services on a walk-in basis. If your injury isn’t life- or limb-threatening, an emergency room doctor will likely place you lower on his or her list of priorities, resulting in lengthy wait times. That won’t be a concern with PhysicianOne Urgent Care. We typically have very short wait times, and we even offer an online check-in option for further expedited service.
What’s more, unlike many primary care providers, we’re able to perform X-rays on site, so you’ll be spared the time and hassle of having to visit a third-party provider for diagnostic testing, then having to travel all the way back to your doctor’s office for treatment. Our knowledgeable team will speak with you about your symptoms, conduct a physical exam, perform any necessary X-ray tests, and recommend an appropriate course of treatment, all in one visit.

Stop Into Our Westwood Urgent Care Center Today

If you’re in need of an X-ray test, visit PhysicianOne Urgent Care today. Our Westwood urgent care center is open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. on weekdays, and from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on weekends and holidays. You’ll find us at 211 University Avenue, in University Station.

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