Mountain View Pediatric Urgent Care
PAMF's Mountain View Pediatric Urgent Care meets your child's urgent care needs by providing high-quality, compassionate and timely medical care. Our pediatricians, nurses and medical assistants work together to provide you and your child the top-notch care you have come to expect from PAMF.
Mountain View Center
701 E. El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA 94040
Phone: (650) 934-7800
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
To schedule an appointment, please call (650) 934-7800.
Approximate Wait Time in Urgent Care (UC):
*Note: Wait time is updated during open hours. Time is an approximation of the current wait time and is subject to change.
What is an Urgent Care Problem?
An urgent health problem is any serious illness or injury that must be treated promptly, but is not life-threatening and does not require emergency room care. Below are some examples of conditions that can be evaluated and treated:
- Minor accidents and falls
- Broken bones and sprains
- Breathing difficulties
- Severe abdominal pain
- Bleeding and cuts
- High fever
- Vomiting, diarrhea and dehydration
- Sore throats and ear pain
How Are Children Seen in Pediatric Urgent Care?
No appointment or referral necessary. We offer same-day care for children on a walk-in basis and also offer limited appointments. Phones open at 9 a.m. Monday to Sunday and on holidays for same-day appointment booking.
What Happens When I Arrive at a Pediatric Urgent Care Center?
Upon arriving at Pediatric Urgent Care, you will sign in with one of the patient service representatives so we may obtain the necessary information to treat your child. As soon as an exam room is available, one of our nurses or medical assistants will escort you to the exam room and take your child’s vital signs and a brief medical history.
We ask that you bring no more than two visitors into the exam room with you to allow the pediatrician to provide you and your child with the highest quality care without distraction.
Understanding Your Child's Care Plan
It is important to us that you fully understand any treatment or follow-up instructions given to you prior to leaving Pediatric Urgent Care. Please ask any questions you may have about your child's care and treatment, and feel free to call us with any future questions.
Should I Bring My Older Child to Pediatric Urgent Care?
If your child is 18 years of age or older, he or she should be seen at one of PAMF's Adult Urgent Care Centers, regardless of whether his or her primary care physician is a pediatrician, or family physician or internal medicine physician.