Walk-in TB Testing at 4365 North Oracle Road Tucson, AZ 85705 at MinuteClinic

4.4 (92 Ratings)

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  • Wednesday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
  • Thursday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
  • Friday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
  • Saturday: Opens at 9:00am Closes at 1:00pm and Opens at 1:30pm Closes at 4:30pm
  • Sunday: Opens at 9:00am Closes at 1:00pm and Opens at 1:30pm Closes at 3:30pm
  • Monday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm
  • Tuesday: Opens at 8:30am Closes at 1:30pm and Opens at 2:30pm Closes at 7:30pm

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4.4 (92 Ratings)
2.5
July 8, 2021
The nurse practitioner was extremely rude and demeaning. I must have broken up a private personal chat she was having behind behind her closed doors. until the patient consciers stepped in and then everything was excellent
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July 7, 2021
Wonderful, caring nurse! I would go out of my way to see her again if I had any other medical issue.
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June 27, 2021
I felt that the practitioner was berating me as to why I didn’t have a primary care physician. Before I checked in ,I asked her if she would be able to refill my particular prescription and she said yes.... she wasted my time ... wouldn’t fill even just one month of my prescription while I wait to get into a doctor . This practitioner acted as if she had no patients to see and took her time with everything . She was awful
5
June 23, 2021
Praticioner was very personable! She was wonderful!
5
June 9, 2021
My practitioner was very helpful and friendly. She was quickly able to diagnose my issue.

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Walk-in TB Testing at 4365 North Oracle Road Tucson, AZ 85705 at MinuteClinic

Does MinuteClinic at 4365 North Oracle Road Tucson, AZ test for coronavirus (COVID-19)?

CVS Health is conducting no-cost coronavirus testing (COVID-19) at select locations. Limited appointments are available for patients who qualify. Patients must schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 test in advance. It is required for patients to bring their insurance card and proof of identity to their testing appointment. Please view our other coronavirus support options for more information.

What can I expect from CVS MinuteClinic® at 4365 North Oracle Road Tucson, AZ?

MinuteClinic® is a walk-in and book clinic inside your local Tucson CVS/Pharmacy® or HealthHUB® location. At our HealthHUB locations, you can receive most MinuteClinic services as well as shop our health products. Our clinics give you a cheaper and more convenient alternative to emergency rooms and urgent cares. With the ability to walk in and make an appointment, you can come in at any time – including evenings and weekends. MinuteClinic® provides quality health care for adults and children over 18 months. We treat a wide range of conditions and illnesses to ensure that you and your family get well and stay well. Some of our services include TB testing, flu shots, and sports physicals . Come in for a MinuteClinic visit and receive quality health care on your schedule!

What is the Difference Between Urgent Care vs Walk-In Clinic in Tucson, AZ?

Urgent Care and our clinics have many similarities – they both offer similar services and act as a more convenient alternative to emergency rooms. Though they offer similar services, you can save 40% at MinuteClinic when compared to urgent care in Tucson. At MinuteClinic®, you can check the wait times at various clinics online prior to coming in to avoid the long lines that are common at urgent Care. The largest distinction, besides the cost and wait time, is that an urgent care has equipment to perform on-site lab tests and x-rays. If needed, your Tucson MinuteClinic health professional can refer you elsewhere for an x-ray.

When Should I Go to Urgent Care or Walk-In Clinic in Tucson, AZ?

Urgent Cares and our clinics are ideal for when you become sick or injured when your regular doctor is not available for a last-minute appointment. If you have a condition that you would normally see your doctor for, going to a CVS MinuteClinic over an emergency room is appropriate. While we treat sicknesses and injuries, our nurse practitioners and physician assistants are also able to administer a variety of vaccines if needed for work, school or personal reasons such as travel. You should go to an emergency room if you have more complex or critical needs that may require advanced treatments, including cases where surgery may be necessary. An example of some symptoms best evaluated at a hospital emergency room include chest pain, broken bones, or head injuries. Our Tucson walk-in and book clinic is ideal for treating minor illnesses , like ear aches and ear infections, however, in the event of a severe injury, please call 911 immediately.

How Much is a MinuteClinic Visit at 4365 North Oracle Road Tucson, AZ with and without Insurance?

MinuteClinic® prices in Tucson range anywhere from $35 to $250 depending on the service. Please visit our service price list and insurance information page to see detailed pricing and insurance breakdowns. At CVS MinuteClinic®, most insurance plans are accepted. We recommend contacting your insurance company prior to your visit to be sure that the service you are seeking will be covered. How much you will have to pay out of pocket will depend on your insurance coverage. If you do not have insurance or prefer to pay out of pocket, you may pay with cash, card, or check. Prices may vary depending on the complexity of the case. Lab tests and additional services may result in additional charges.


Can’t make it in for a visit? We also have Video Visits, which enable you to see one of our health care professionals from the comfort of your own home as an alternative for just $59 per visit. Currently, a Video Visit is not covered by insurance and is not required to get treatment.

TB Testing at 4365 North Oracle Road Tucson, AZ 85705

Worried you may have TB or need to get tested for work? Luckily, tuberculosis testing is conveniently available at MinuteClinic in Tucson. There are certain cases in which getting TB testing is critical. The risk of contracting tuberculosis increases for people either living in or traveling to areas with high incidences of tuberculosis, including Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Russia, the Caribbean Islands, and Latin America. If you have recently traveled to any of those areas, it may be in your best interest to come in for testing just to be safe. You may also want to come in for a TB test if you experience any symptoms including a chronic cough lasting over 3 weeks, coughing up blood, chest pain, unexpected weight loss, or night sweats. These are just some of the many symptoms you may experience if you have TB. Put your health first and come into the MinuteClinic at 4365 North Oracle Road for testing today.

About Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infection primarily affecting the lungs. Those with this infection must be on medication for months in order to fight further development of the disease. There are two types of TB – latent TB and Active TB. Latent TB is also known as inactive TB or TB infection. This is when you have the infection but the bacteria are dormant and do not cause symptoms. This type of TB is not contagious; however, it can become active if left untreated. The second type of TB is Active TB. In this state, it is an illness and is likely to be contagious. TB can become active anywhere from weeks to years following the infectious state. Not only can TB affect the lungs, it can also affect other parts of the body including the brain, spine, or kidneys. It is important to get tested to ensure that you are receiving the needed treatment as soon as possible.

Walk In Clinic for TB Testing

TB testing is a two-part test, which requires a follow-up visit within 48 – 72 hours of the initial visit. The first part of the test is the TB test placement, which will take place during your first visit. Prior to administering the test, our staff will review your health history and verify your eligibility for the TB test. The test will then be administered into your forearm by your practitioner if you are eligible. Part two of the test is the TB test reading, which will take place during your second visit to CVS MinuteClinic in Tucson, AZ. This must occur 2-3 days after your initial visit to have the TST (Tuberculin Skin Test) assessed. From there, the next steps are dependent on the results. Your nurse practitioner or physician assistant will provide you with the needed follow-up recommendations. Compared to urgent care, we’re a great choice for your budget, as you can save 40% or more at MinuteClinic. Come in now and get your TB test without breaking the bank!

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