If you are experiencing sinus problems, flu-like symptoms, minor cuts and other health issues, you may visit a CVS Pharmacy MinuteClinic.
The MinuteClinics in Phoenix including the one at 1610 E. Camelback Road are now open by appointment. Video visit appointments also are being offered. Walk-in service without an appointment is not being provided during this Coronavirus pandemic.
When you make an appointment to visit a MinuteClinic, you will be asked pre-screening questions before you may come inside the store. You will be asked if you have experienced a fever with a cough, shortness of breath or a sore throat and also if you have traveled to impacted COVID-19 geographical areas or been exposed to anyone who has had the virus within the last 14 days. If you are at risk for COVID-19, based on your answers to those questions, you will be asked not to schedule a MinuteClinic visit.
There are many MinuteClinic locations at CVS pharmacies in Arizona that also are offering COVID-19 drive-thru testing. You must register ahead of time to schedule a COVID-19 test by visiting CVS.com. To find a testing site, visit cvshealth.com/covid-19/testing-locations. For more information about the MinuteClinics, visit cvs.com/minuteclinic.