Doctors & Clinics Glendale

The Little Clinic

Doctors & Clinics Glendale
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Address
6611 W Bell Rd
Place
Glendale, AZ   85308 
Landline
(623) 334-2953
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Website
www.frysfood.com

Description

The Little Clinic is located right inside your neighborhood grocery store. Our board-certified nurse practitioners and physician assistants can diagnose and treat minor illnesses, administer vaccines, provide physicals and much more! Plus, we are open 7 days a week and we take most insurance plans.

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Products And Services

  • Chickenpox (Varicella)

    This vaccine protects against chickenpox, a disease caused by the varicella zoster virus. Adults born in 1980 or later need two doses.

    Link: Chickenpox (Varicella)

  • COVID-19

    This vaccine protects against coronavirus. Depending on the manufacturer, up to two doses and a booster are currently recommended.

    Link: COVID-19

  • Haemophilus Influenzae Type B (Hib)

    This vaccine protects against Haemophilus influenzae type B (Hib) disease. Hib can be the cause of many illnesses, such as ear infections, pneumonia and even sepsis. The Hib vaccine is routinely administered to those in the 12 to 15 month age range, but it can also be given to older individuals if risk or certain chronic conditions are present.

    Link: Haemophilus Influenzae Type B (Hib)

  • Hepatitis A

    This vaccine protects against Hepatitis A, an infection in the liver often spread by contaminated food and caused by hepatitis A virus. Adults traveling outside the country, those with chronic liver disease, and men who have sex with men need at least two doses.

    Link: Hepatitis A

  • Hepatitis B

    This vaccine protects against Hepatitis B, a blood-borne infection of the liver caused by hepatitis B virus. Adults with chronic health conditions and healthcare workers should get three doses of this vaccine.

    Link: Hepatitis B

  • HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)

    This vaccine protects against HPV, the major cause of cervical cancer, anal cancer, and genital warts in both women and men. Adults age 9-26 need at least two doses.

    Link: HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)

  • Flu (Influenza)

    This vaccine protects against influenza, a contagious viral infection of the nose, throat, and lungs. Everyone 6 months and older should receive a yearly flu vaccine.

    Link: Flu (Influenza)

  • Japanese Encephalitis

    This vaccine protects against a serious infection caused by the Japanese encephalitis virus spread through the bite of an infected mosquito. Travelers may need this vaccine before leaving the country.

    Link: Japanese Encephalitis

  • Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)

    This vaccine protects against the respiratory disease measles, the infectious disease mumps, and the viral disease rubella. Adults born in 1957 or later need at least one dose.

    Link: Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)

  • Meningitis (Meningococcal)

    There are two types of meningococcal vaccines that protect against meningococcal disease, a leading cause of bacterial meningitis infections around the brain and spinal cord. All 11-12 year olds should get a meningococcal conjugate vaccine and a booster dose at 16 years old. People age 16-23 years also may get a serogroup B meningococcal vaccine.

    Link: Meningitis (Meningococcal)

  • Pneumonia (Pneumococcal)

    These vaccines protect against pneumococcal disease, caused by bacteria leading to ear and sinus infections as well as more serious lung and blood infections. If you smoke, have heart disease, asthma, chronic lung disease, or are over 65 years old, you need at least one dose.

    Link: Pneumonia (Pneumococcal)

  • Polio

    This vaccine protects against polio, a disease that can infect a person’s spinal cord and cause paralysis. Children are recommended to get one vaccine dose at 2 months old, 4 months old, 6 through 18 months old, and 4 through 6 years old.

    Link: Polio

  • Rabies

    This vaccine is recommended for persons in high-risk groups, such as veterinarians, animal handlers, and certain laboratory workers.

    Link: Rabies

  • Shingles (Herpes Zoster)

    This vaccine protects against shingles, a painful skin rash caused by the varicella zoster virus. Adults age 50 and older need two doses.

    Link: Shingles (Herpes Zoster)

  • Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis (Td/Tdap)

    These vaccines protect against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis which are contagious bacterial diseases. Adults need one dose of Tdap, then a Td or Tdap booster every 10 years.

    Link: Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis (Td/Tdap)

  • Typhoid

    Travelers visiting a country where typhoid is common may need this vaccine before leaving the country. Your vaccine must be completed at least 1 week before traveling so it can take effect.

    Link: Typhoid

  • Allergy Shots

    Once you have received the two initial shots administered by your allergist, you’re welcome to visit any of our clinic locations for subsequent injections. Patients will need to bring written approval from their allergist, the allergy serum vial, dosing instructions, and an injection log. Note: After your allergy shot is administered at The Little Clinic we will observe you for 30 minutes.

    Link: Allergy Shots

  • B-12

    Vitamin B-12 injections can be administered at The Little Clinic with a valid prescription for the medication. Fill the prescription at a pharmacy, then bring the medication directly to any clinic location. After reviewing the prescriber’s instructions and conducting a quick consultation, the healthcare provider may administer your medication. Note: Medication should be in the prescribed container with instructions and should not be tampered with.

    Link: B-12

  • Birth Control

    The Little Clinic is equipped to administer injectable birth control, such as Depo-Provera, in all clinic locations. Fill the prescription at a pharmacy, then bring the medication directly to any clinic location. One of our Board-Certified Healthcare Providers will review the prescription with you and discuss any healthcare concerns before administering. Please note that a pregnancy test may be required prior to administration of certain medications. Note: Medication should be in the prescribed container with instructions and should not be tampered with.

    Link: Birth Control

  • Self-Injectable Medication (Patient Supplied)

    The Little Clinic can provide injections of patient-supplied home medications at all locations after a consultation and examination by one of our Board-Certified Healthcare Providers. Contact your local clinic to ask about your specific medication. Note: Medication should be in the prescribed container with instructions and should not be tampered with.

    Link: Self-Injectable Medication (Patient Supplied)

  • Rocephin

    Rocephin, or ceftriaxone, is an antibiotic medication that is used to treat several common infections. Rocephin can be administered with a prescription from another healthcare provider, or after a consultation and examination by a healthcare provider at The Little Clinic.

    Link: Rocephin

  • Toradol

    Toradol, or ketorolac, is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is used to treat mild to moderate pain. Toradol may be administered with a prescription from another healthcare provider, or after a consultation and examination by a healthcare provider at The Little Clinic.

    Link: Toradol

  • Tuberculosis (TB) or PPD

    A tuberculosis (TB) or PPD skin test is used to detect latent, also known as a “silent,” TB infection. A PPD skin test is often used for persons in high exposure occupations, such as healthcare, to catch any infections before they become severe or communicable to others. The medication is administered into the skin typically on the lower forearm and reviewed by a healthcare provider 48-72 hours after administration to assess for any localized reaction.

    Link: Tuberculosis (TB) or PPD

  • Medical Physical

    Physicals are an opportunity for healthcare providers to review your medical history, perform a physical examination and provide preventive healthcare recommendations

    Link: Medical Physical

  • DOT Physical

    Department of Transportation physicals are provided by our Certified Medical Examiners (CME) to CDL applicants and holders.

    Link: DOT Physical

  • Camp Physical

    Camp physicals are provided to ensure campers are safe for their excursions and other camp-related activities.

    Link: Camp Physical

  • Sport Physical

    Sports physicals for school age children through high school and are available at The Little Clinic to ensure safe sports participation.

    Link: Sport Physical

  • High School Work Permit Physical

    High school work permit physicals are provided to ensure high school students ages 15-19 are healthy and safe to work.

    Link: High School Work Permit Physical

  • Work Physical

    Work-related physicals are available at The Little Clinic to ensure employees are safe to perform basic job functions.

    Link: Work Physical

  • Biometric Screening

    When you come in for a biometric screening, your provider will measure your height, weight and blood pressure. They will also test your blood glucose, and lipids (cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL, LDL) using a finger prick to obtain a blood sample. Before leaving you will have your results along with risk reduction counseling to help you achieve your optimum health.

    Link: Biometric Screening

  • Blood Glucose (Sugar) Measurement

    Blood glucose measurement detects the amount of glucose (sugar) in the bloodstream. High or low blood sugars could indicate a metabolic condition, such as diabetes.

    Link: Blood Glucose (Sugar) Measurement

  • Blood Pressure Screening and Monitoring

    Blood pressure reading is obtained and interpreted by a provider. Blood pressure monitoring can detect cardiac conditions, such as high blood pressure.

    Link: Blood Pressure Screening and Monitoring

  • Cholesterol Screening

    Cholesterol screening measures the amount of cholesterol, triglycerides, high density lipoprotein (HDL) and low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels in the blood. Cholesterol screenings can detect conditions such as high cholesterol or high triglycerides.

    Link: Cholesterol Screening

  • Drug Screening

    Urine drug screening is used to detect select drugs in urine. This screening is only available at The Little Clinic via business-to-business agreement with select employers. Drug Screenings are available at select clinics only.

    Link: Drug Screening

  • Hearing Tests

    We offer free hearing tests performed by a state licensed and Lucid® Certified Hearing Specialist to patients 18 years and older at select Clinic locations. Patients will receive a copy of their audiogram and will be counseled on the appropriate course of action. Should the results of the test indicate a need for hearing assistance, each location conveniently inventories a variety of Aspire Hearing Aid options to consider and purchase right in the Clinic. An appointment can be scheduled by calling the Clinic or simply walking in. 

    Link: Hearing Tests

  • Hypertension Management

    If you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure or are experiencing symptoms such as elevated blood pressure reading(s), headaches, blurry vision, or have a family history of high blood pressure, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Hypertension Management

  • STI Testing

    The Little Clinic is able to test for sexually transmitted infections (STI). Routine screening for STIs is recommended for people in certain age groups and those with increased risk of STI transmission.

    Link: STI Testing

  • Tuberculosis (TB) or PPD Testing

    A Tuberculosis (TB) or PPD skin test is used to detect latent, also known as “silent,” TB infection. A PPD skin test is often used for persons in high exposure occupations, such as healthcare, to catch any infections before they become severe or communicable to others. The medication is administered into the skin, typically on the lower forearm, and reviewed 48 to 72 hours after injection to assess for any localized reaction.

    Link: Tuberculosis (TB) or PPD Testing

  • Abdominal Pain

    Are you experiencing symptoms of constipation, diarrhea, nausea, or vomiting? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Abdominal Pain

  • Allergy Symptoms

    Are you experiencing symptoms of runny nose, itchy/watery eyes, scratchy/sore throat, or sneezing? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Allergy Symptoms

  • Cold Symptoms

    Are you experiencing symptoms of cough, fatigue, fever, headache, runny nose, or sore throat? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Cold Symptoms

  • Ear Pain

    Think you might have an ear infection, swimmer’s ear or earwax buildup? If you’re experiencing symptoms such as ear pain, ear pressure, drainage from the ear, hearing loss, fever, or dizziness schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Ear Pain

  • Eye Irritation/Redness

    Think you might have pink eye or a stye? If you’re experiencing symptoms such as eye redness, eye irritation or pain, sensitivity to light, drainage from the eye, eyelid swelling, or eyelid redness schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Eye Irritation/Redness

  • General Pain

    Pain can occur in many body locations, including back pain, headaches and more. If you’re experiencing minor pain, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions. Note: The Little Clinic does not treat chronic pain or prescribe narcotics.

    Link: General Pain

  • Skin Conditions

    Concerned about a rash or bump? Our licensed healthcare practitioners are equipped to diagnose and treat many common skin conditions, such as poison ivy, acne, cold sores, insect bites or stings and more!

    Link: Skin Conditions

  • Acne

    If you’ve been diagnosed with acne or are experiencing symptoms such as pimples, whiteheads, blackheads, or red/tender bumps on the face, neck, chest, upper back and/or arms, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Acne

  • Anxiety

    If you’ve been diagnosed with anxiety or are experiencing symptoms such as excessive worry, feeling restless or on-edge, difficulty concentrating, irritability or difficulty sleeping, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Anxiety

  • Arthritis

    If you’ve been diagnosed with arthritis or are experiencing symptoms such as joint instability, tenderness, swelling, stiffness, or have pain in one or more joints that is worse with activity and is relieved by rest, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Arthritis

  • Asthma

    If you’ve been diagnosed with asthma or are experiencing symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, or have a known symptom trigger, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Asthma

  • COPD

    If you’ve been diagnosed with COPD or are experiencing symptoms such as shortness of breath (with exertion or at rest), chronic productive cough, wheezing, chest tightness, or previous exposure to environmental or occupational irritants like smoking or fume/dust exposure, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: COPD

  • Depression

    If you’ve been diagnosed with depression or are experiencing symptoms of persistent sadness, feelings of hopelessness, irritability, feelings of guilt, feelings of worthlessness, feelings of helplessness, loss of interest or pleasure in activities, fatigue, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, difficulty sleeping, or appetite/weight changes, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions. If you are experiencing thoughts of hurting yourself or others, please seek immediate healthcare attention at your local hospital emergency department.

    Link: Depression

  • Diabetes Management

    If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes or are experiencing symptoms such as elevated blood sugar, increased urination (especially at night), increased thirst, blurry vision, weight loss, or a family history of diabetes, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Diabetes Management

  • Gout

    If you’ve been diagnosed with gout or are experiencing symptoms such as severe pain in a joint (usually the big toe), associated joint redness, swelling, warmth and stiffness, or recent ingestion of alcohol, certain medications or triggering foods, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Gout

  • High Blood Pressure

    If you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure or are experiencing symptoms such as elevated blood pressure reading(s), headaches, blurry vision, or a family history of high blood pressure, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: High Blood Pressure

  • High Cholesterol

    If you’ve been diagnosed with high cholesterol or have a family history of this disease, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions. Our licensed healthcare providers are equipped to help you manage this ongoing health condition.

    Link: High Cholesterol

  • Hypertension Management

    If you’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure or are experiencing symptoms such as elevated blood pressure reading(s), headaches, blurry vision, or a family history of high blood pressure, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Hypertension Management

  • Medication Refill

    Whether you’ve recently moved, are in between providers or are away from home and need a medication restock, our licensed healthcare providers can help with medication refills for ongoing health conditions. Note: The Little Clinic does not provide medication refills for narcotics.

    Link: Medication Refill

  • Smoking Cessation

    Are you ready to quit smoking or interested in more information regarding smoking cessation? Our licensed healthcare providers can help you kick the habit for good through counseling and medication management. Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Smoking Cessation

  • Thyroid Disorder

    If you’ve been diagnosed with a thyroid disorder, such as hypo- or hyperthyroidism, or are experiencing symptoms such as fatigue, cold/heat intolerance, weight gain/loss, constipation or diarrhea, slow movement or speech, dry skin or sweating, tremor, palpitations, or anxiety, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Thyroid Disorder

  • Weight Management

    Are you interested in more information regarding weight management? Our licensed healthcare providers, in collaboration with our dietitians, can help support you through counseling and medication management. Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Weight Management

  • Athlete’s Foot

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as itchy rash, redness, scaliness, or blisters on the feet or toes, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Athlete’s Foot

  • Bed Bugs

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as small, itchy red bumps (typically on the face, neck, hands and/or arms) or have a known exposure to bed bugs, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Bed Bugs

  • Blisters

    Do you have an uncomfortable blister related to an injury or trauma? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Blisters

  • Cold Sores

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as tingling or itching of the lips, blisters that may ooze or crust near the border of the lips, or a known history of cold sores, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Cold Sores

  • Eczema

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as dry/itchy skin, red bumps or patches on the skin that might appear scaly or crusty, or thickening of the skin, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Eczema

  • Head Lice

    If you’re experiencing symptoms of lice/nits in the hair, scalp itchiness, or a known close contact with lice, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Head Lice

  • Hives & Rashes

    Are you experiencing hives or a rash? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Hives & Rashes

  • Insect Bites & Stings

    Has an insect bite or sting left you with a bothersome bump or rash? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Insect Bites & Stings

  • Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac

    Do you have an itchy rash caused by exposure to poison ivy, oak or sumac? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac

  • Ringworm

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as itchy circular rash or known close contact with ringworm, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Ringworm

  • Skin Infections

    Are you experiencing a skin infection? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Skin Infections

  • Sunburn

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as red, painful rash on sun-exposed areas of the body, swelling or blisters in the affected area, or have had recent sun exposure, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Sunburn

  • Warts

    Do you have one or more warts causing discomfort or irritation? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Warts

  • Urinary Tract & Bladder Infections

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as painful, frequent, or urgent urination, pain in the lower abdomen, or fever, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Urinary Tract & Bladder Infections

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as sores/bumps on the genitals, pain or burning with urination, abnormal discharge from the penis or vagina, lower abdominal pain, fever or rash, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)

  • Yeast Infections

    If you’re experiencing symptoms such as vaginal or vulvar itching, associated burning or irritation, painful urination, or abnormal vaginal discharge, schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Yeast Infections

  • Pregnancy Testing

    Do you need a pregnancy test? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic to receive an evaluation and urine pregnancy test administered by one of our licensed healthcare providers.

    Link: Pregnancy Testing

  • Birth Control

    Are you interested in starting birth control or do you need a refill for a birth control you’re currently taking? Schedule an appointment at The Little Clinic for a professional diagnosis and quality solutions.

    Link: Birth Control

  • Telenutrition

    During a Telenutrition appointment, you’ll connect with a registered dietitian who can help you achieve your personal nutrition goals.

    Link: Telenutrition

  • Virtual Visits

    During a Virtual Visit, you’ll see a healthcare provider to discuss lifestyle choices and habits that impact your overall health, manage chronic (but well-controlled) conditions such as hypertension or allergies, or simply renew your prescriptions.

    Link: Virtual Visits

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