Sharp Community Medical Group
Convenience and care, anywhere you are.
At Sharp Community Medical Group, we understand the need for timely care when it comes to minor illness and injury. Whether you have the common cold or a child with a scraped knee, you no longer have to worry about scheduling appointments or long wait times.
We partnered with MinuteClinic® at 17 locations in San Diego County and Temecula so you can visit the clinic nearest you for the same low copay* as your primary care doctor visit, regardless of your health plan.
All MinuteClinics offer convenient evening and weekend hours and are staffed by experienced nurse practitioners who can diagnose, treat and write prescriptions for common illnesses, minor injuries, skin conditions and more. If you're unsure whether you require urgent care services, contact your primary care doctor.
*Deductibles and coinsurance amounts apply when applicable.
Frequently asked questions about MinuteClinic.
Do I need a referral to a MinuteClinic to have my visit covered by my health plan?
No referral is necessary. You can go to a MinuteClinic for nonurgent illnesses and injuries for the same copay as your primary care doctor.
What types of services are covered under my health plan?
Treatment of nonurgent illnesses and injuries are covered under your health plan, including:
- Earache and ear infection
- Minor burn or laceration
- Sinus infection
- Skin condition
- Sore throat and strep throat
Keep in mind that MinuteClinics offer some services — such as smoking cessation and weight-loss programs — that may not be covered by your health plan. Call your health plan member services department to verify coverage.
Can I go to a MinuteClinic if I need to be seen right away and can't get a same-day appointment with my primary care doctor?
Yes. MinuteClinics offer day, evening and weekend hours where you can be seen by a nurse practitioner for common illnesses, minor injuries, skin conditions and more.
I am an Sharp Community patient, but I haven't had my first appointment with my primary care doctor. Can I still go to a MinuteClinic?
Yes. However, we encourage you to make an appointment with your primary care doctor, who will be able to help you manage your overall, long-term health and can best direct you to the appropriate care.
Can I get my flu shot at a MinuteClinic?
Ask your doctor if you can receive your annual flu vaccine in their office or if you should go to a Sharp Community authorized flu vaccine provider.
Can my children receive immunizations at a MinuteClinic?
Children between 18 months and five years of age can receive immunizations at a MinuteClinic. Some vaccines may require a prescription. Children six years and older should receive immunizations at their primary care doctor's office or at an Sharp Community authorized vaccine provider.
Find a MinuteClinic near you.
Visit the MinuteClinic in your neighborhood — we have 17 locations available near where you live and work.
We'll help find the doctor who's right for you.
View Sharp Community doctors in San Diego.
Dr. Dennis Dominguez
"I work to monitor your health maintenance issues so that you can become a healthy 80-year-old."
Dr. Steven Rojas
"The Sharp Experience means recognizing the individual on a personal level at the crossroads of one of the most important parts of being human - our health!"
Dr. John Thompson
"I work to involve the patient in his or her care, giving control back to the patient."
Dr. Mona Mofid
"I strive to improve my patients’ lives by impacting them in a positive and caring way."
Dr. Latisa Carson
"I strive to provide a unique environment where women can feel cared for by a knowledgeable, compassionate physician."
Dr. Gary Cohen
"I am committed to improving my patients' quality of life by bringing patient education to each aspect of treatment."