Cottage Health Opens New Urgent Care in Ventura Poinsettia Plaza
On July 20, Cottage Health opened its newest Cottage Urgent Care Center in Ventura Poinsettia Plaza, 4360 E. Main Street, with the goal of providing complete care within 45 minutes. Access to care is an important priority in preventing a minor issue from becoming a more serious health concern, and the new Urgent Care Center provides the community with convenient access from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 365 days a year.
The Cottage Urgent Care at Poinsettia Plaza is the second center for the Ventura area. Cottage Urgent Care has other convenient locations at Montalvo Square in Ventura, as well as in Buellton, San Luis Obispo, Goleta, Oxnard, Camarillo and Santa Maria.
Cottage providers staffing the Urgent Care Center include a licensed nurse practitioner, a radiology technician and clinical concierges who are dedicated to providing the highest quality care that distinguishes Cottage Health. Patients arriving at the Cottage Urgent Care Ventura Poinsettia Plaza will be welcomed with modern and comfortable amenities.
Conditions treated include scrapes and minor cuts, minor burns, sprains, allergies, earache, urinary tract infection, skin conditions, rash, poison oak, cold and flu symptoms, and other minor ailments and injuries. Patients who require attention for more serious medical conditions may be referred to a local Emergency Department or physician.
Available services onsite include X-rays and point of care lab services. The center also offers physical exams for student sports participation. Walk-ins are welcome and online appointments are available. For more information and appointments, visit www.cottagehealth.org/urgentcare.
Options for Care
With the new Cottage Urgent Care and the Cottage Virtual Care service for online visits, patients can quickly receive care or an appropriate referral. Both of these services can connect patients to local physicians for follow-up and preventive care to improve overall health. These services enable Cottage Health to serve the community in new ways and adapt to current and future healthcare needs.