Truecare opens QuickCare clinic for same-day health care services in San Marcos

TrueCare, a San Marcos-based community health care provider, opened a QuickCare clinic for same-day health care services at 1595 Grand Ave. off state Route 78, near the Las Posas exit in San Marcos.

The TrueCare West San Marcos QuickCare is intended to provide nonemergency care for health issues that require immediate attention.

Patients can receive care for a range of medical services by making an appointment just before coming in to see a doctor or other health care provider.

The clinic includes nine examination rooms to make it faster to get medical attention for non-urgent illnesses such as flu, coughs and colds; respiratory conditions such as allergies, sinus infections and bronchitis; minor injuries such as sprains, fractures and burns; and skin disorders such as rashes, lesions, warts, infections and eye/ear/nose and throat ailments; along with vaccinations and COVID-19 testing.

The clinic, which opened Sept. 15, is led by Dr. Devarshi Nath, QuickCare clinical director. Nath spearheaded the opening of two other QuickCare facilities over the past 11 years in Oceanside on Crouch Street and in San Marcos on Valpreda Road. TrueCare also operates nine health centers throughout North County and a mobile wellness unit.

Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Patients can call or text (760) 736-6767 in English or Spanish to schedule an appointment before arriving at the location.

For more information, visit truecare.org/wellness-services/quickcare.

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