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Phoenix Children’s Sports Medicine and Urgent Care at Bell Bank Park

Sports Medicine – 602-933-3033
Urgent Care – 602-933-3750

Located inside the main entrance of Fieldhouse A

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Phoenix Children’s Sports Medicine and Urgent Care at Bell Bank Park offers high-quality, pediatric-specific medical services to young athletes injured during play, as well as children and adolescents visiting the park and living in the East Valley. 

SPORTS MEDICINE - 602-933-3033

By Appointment Weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

If your athlete experiences a sports-related injury, you will be able to make an appointment to be seen by one our sports medicine specialists.

Our sports medicine program is focused on injury prevention and creating an integrated care plan involving parents, athletic trainers and coaches to get your young athlete back to doing what they love. 

Common injuries treated:

  • Concussion and head injuries
  • Ankle injuries and instability
  • Knee injuries (ACL, MCL, Meniscal repair)
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Cartilage repair or replacement
  • Overuse injuries

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URGENT CARE - 602-933-3750

Normal Business Hours:
Weekdays 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Weekends 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Phoenix Children’s Urgent Care locations are open most holidays. Please check the link below for wait times and details on holiday hours by location.

CHECK OUT OUR WAIT TIMES ONLINE HERE

For illnesses or injuries that require same-day pediatric care, you can count on Phoenix Children’s Urgent Care for your child’s medical needs. We are staffed with board-certified pediatricians and equipped with pediatric X-rays and point of care testing (for strep, flu, urine dip, and blood glucose).

Common injuries treated:

  • Orthopedic injuries including sprains, strains and broken bones
  • Allergic reaction (without trouble breathing)
  • Asthma and wheezing
  • Dehydration
  • Minor head injury
  • Nose bleeds

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