Looking for an urgent care in Los Angeles? Vermont Urgent Care is the number one stop for treatments of illnesses and injuries. The urgent care also provides a variety of services such as vaccinations, testing, and family planning. Vermont Urgent Care is affordable, convenient, and accepts walk-ins. Our knowledgeable medical staff is here to ensure that you receive the care you deserve.

Consult the list below for more details on our services or call us at 213-386-2511.

Visit Vermont Urgent Care For:

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Common Symptoms and Illness Treatment

Minor Injury Care

  • Treatment for Minor Injuries
    • Animal Bites
    • Ankle Sprains
    • Broken bones
    • Cyst removal
    • Lacerations
    • Minor burns or injuries
    • Splinting
    • Sprains
    • Strains
    • Sutures
    • Wound Infection

Weight Loss Evaluations

  • Weight Loss
    • Gastric Bypass
    • Lap Band Surgery
    • Sleeve Gastrectomy

Read more about weight loss methods here.

Physical Exams

  • Physical Examinations & Evaluations
    • Camp Physicals
    • Employment Physicals
    • School Physicals
    • Sports Physicals

Occupational Medicine

Find more information about Occupational Health here.

Reproductive Health Services

Pediatric Urgent Care Services

Wellness & IV Therapy

Lab Services & Technology

 Immigration Medical Examinations 

  • Lab Services
    • Medical exam
    • Tuberculosis (Blood Test)
    • Laboratory tests for venereal diseases: syphilis and gonorrhea
    • Completing Form I-693
  • Laboratory tests Required by USCIS
    • Syphilis (RPR) (Required for all patients over 15 years of age)
    • Tuberculosis (Blood Test)
    • Gonorrhea (Required for all patients over 15 years of age)
    • MMR (For ages 12 months and older ( if born in 1957 or later)
    • Varicella (For age 12 month-old and older)
    • TD (For ages 11 years old and older)
    • Hepatitis B (For ages birth to 17 years)
    • DTap (From age 4 weeks to 6 years old)
    • Polio (From age 4 weeks to 17 years of age)
    • Hib (From age 4 weeks to 6 years old)