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(909) 355-1296

7774 Cherry Ave Suite A Fontana,
CA 92336
  • Mon to Fri: 8 AM to 8 PM
  • Saturday:
  • Sunday: 10 AM to 6 PM

Rancho Cucamonga

(909) 481-3909

8520 Archibald Ave Suite Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Mon to Fri: 8 AM To 7 PM

Saturday: 9 AM To 2 PM

Sunday: Close


San Bernardino, CA

(909) 880-6400

1800 Medical Center Dr Suite #99 San Bernardino, CA 92411
  • Mon to Sat: 9 AM To 4 PM
  • Sunday: 10 AM To 2 PM


provides urgent care services to residents and businesses of the Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, San Bernardino, and surrounding communities. Our Urgent Care Clinics serving the Inland Empire area offer extended hours of operations to provide you with quick medical care.

You can walk-in to any of our clinics to see our doctors for convenient same-day and quality medical care. At West Point Medical Center, our goal is to provide you with comprehensive and compassionate medical care without the long wait. Whether it is a minor sprain, fever, ear pain, or a complex medical problem, we are here for you. Our friendly and competent staff, including board-certified physicians, utilizes the latest medical technology to diagnose medical problems and recommend treatment.



Health issues can arise at any moment, even in the middle of the night or on the weekend. If your illness is life-threatening, dial 911 or proceed to the nearest Emergency Room. If you want immediate assistance but do not have a medical emergency, contact West Point Urgent Care center at the earliest. The following but not limited to, are some of the most common causes for Urgent Care visits:

  • Earache or sinus pain;
  • A common illness like the flu;
  • Painful sore throat;
  • Minor fever or headache;
  • Minor injuries like a sprained ankle;
  • Back pain;
  • Cuts or small wounds;
  • Small burns;
  • Rash or minor allergic reactions;
  • Urinary tract infections​;
  • Nausea;
  • Diarrhea;

Why Use West Point Urgent Care Centers?

In most situations, you may see a health expert the same day you go into an Urgent Care Center. There is no need for an appointment, & wait times are not as extensive as in emergency rooms. With our telehealth facilities, you can either request an urgent phone or video chat visit or schedule a time that works most suitable for you.

You do not need a referral from your primary care physician to visit an Urgent Care Center. You should call your primary care doctor or West Point Urgent Care Facility as soon as possible if you require urgent treatment. Our services are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including weekends & holidays.

Why Choose West Point Urgent Care?

To guide you in reaching your decision for any of the medical conditions, contact us at the earliest. For conditions listed above or for some of the most frequent ailments, walk into any of our facilities for in-person care. Knowing where to go for medical attention might save you a lot of time. In comparison to an Urgent Care Center, a Retail Clinic offers fewer services.

You can always call West Point Urgent Care for help with your health concerns. Tell the expert your symptoms, and he or she can help you choose the best place for you to go for care. West Point Urgent Care Advice Line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and can help you in your language.

What Are Urgent Care Centers?

When you are unable to visit your primary care physician, you can visit an Urgent Care Center for a problem that requires immediate attention but is not life-threatening. This includes common diseases like the flu, a low-grade fever, earache, or any of the conditions listed above. Urgent care is also available for minor injuries, including sprains, back discomfort, and minor cuts & burns.

What To Bring

  • Copies of tests, X-rays & scans, or medical histories related to your urgent issue – if any;
  • Photo ID (passport, driver’s license, or any government-issued photo ID);
  • Insurance card(s)
  • Payment for services, insurance copays, etc.;
  • List of vitamins or dietary supplements you take, medications, any allergies, & your general health history
  • A friend/family member to take you home, if needed.

Payment Options & Insurance

At West Point Urgent Care, we accept most forms of insurance, including:

  • PPO
  • HMO
  • Medicare
  • POS

Depending on your insurance plan – you may be responsible for a copayment. For more information, contact our experts today!

Our Services

We provide a wide range of medical services to our clients spread
across the Inland Empire, such as:

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