Southwest Walk-In Care
2095 N. Dolores Highway
Walk In Clinic hours are Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Southwest Walk-In Care is designed to care for patients who have non-life threatening emergencies and minor illnesses. Physicians and staff provide services on a “walk in” basis. No appointment is necessary.
Immediate and Early Care for:
- Colds, Cough, Flu, Mild Fever, Sore Throat, Sinus Infection
- Flu, RSV, Strep, and Mono Testing
- Sutures and Suture Removal
- Ear infection
- Rashes & insect bites
- Minor cuts and burns
- Dizziness or Suspected Concussion
- Stomach upset
- Sprains, Strains
- Burning on Urination
- Inital Workmans Compensation Evaluations
- Sports physicals for Dolores/RE-4 and other Preparticipation Physical Evaluations
Southwest Walk-In Care does not provide ongoing care for patients, but individuals may seek attention when their primary healthcare provider is unavailable. Children over the age of six months may be seen at the clinic. Patients are encouraged to bring a list of their current medications when they visit the center. Narcotics are not kept on the premises. X-Ray is not available at the Walk-In Clinic.
The clinic accepts most major insurance plans, as well as Medicare and Medicaid. Co-Pays are due at the time of service. Patients without insurance should be prepared to pay for care at the time of service, or make payment arrangements in advance with clinic staff.
Location: 2095 North Dolores Road, Cortez
Highway 145, about one mile north of the 160/145 junction, across form the Elks Lodge
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Leslie Stanwix, DO
Southwest Medical Group, Walk-In Care
Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Women’s Health
2095 N. Dolores Highway
Dr. Leslie Stanwix specializes in Family Medicine and is Board Certified by the American College Osteopathic Family Practice. She practices at Southwest Medical Group, Walk-In Care. She attended Kansas State University and completed medical school at Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Her philosophy is to “treat the whole person, with a respectful and caring attitude, and enable them to make an informed and constructive decision”.
Dr. Stanwix enjoys hiking, biking, camping, history, geology, and the Kansas City Royals.
Specialty: Family Medicine
Board Certification: American College Osteopathic Family Practice
Professional affiliations: ACOFP, CMS, CSOM
Professional Recognition: Outstanding General Practitioner, Colorado 1988