Locations

Patient First Urgent Care - Newtown Road (Virginia Beach/Norfolk, VA)

Providing non-appointment, physician-directed urgent care to: Hampton Roads, Tidewater, Virginia Beach, Bayside, Kempsville, Lynnhaven, Norfolk, Old Dominion University, and Witchduck

Patient First Urgent Care
Newtown Road (Virginia Beach/Norfolk, VA)
332 Newtown Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462-1793
Directions     Large Map
Phone
(757) 473-8400
(757) 473-0712 Fax
Dial 911 if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency that requires immediate care.
Hours

Regular and after hours medical care
Open from 8 am to 10 pm
Every day, including weekends and holidays

Between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m., you may reach the Hampton Roads/Tidewater Area after-hours on call physician at 1-757-628-5121.

Services

Directors

Medical Director
Kent Schuele, M.D.
Director of Medical Support
Isabell Liverman, R.N.

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