Walk-in Clinic

Walk-in Clinic (non-emergency)

For emergencies, please dial 911 or visit the nearest hospital.

Our board-certified family nurse practitioner, Jenilyn Peros, has two decades of nursing experience, both a masters and a doctorate in nursing, and operates under the direction of our Stanford-trained, board certified, physician Dr. Jerry Thrush. At Allureous, we are not only well trained and experienced, we take the time to listen to each patient and treat everyone like family.

Please note: We can be transparent with our pricing because we take credit or debit payments (rather than insurance), and see only conditions listed below. We do not treat emergencies, complete outside paperwork, or do physicals; and we leave exams requiring chaperones to others. So if you have a minor problem and want quick service from a well-trained provider who cares, come on in!

✔ Acne
✔ Allergic Rhinitis (runny nose)
✔ Bites, minor
✔ Blepharitis (eyelid inflammation)
✔ Bronchitis (simple cough)
✔ Burns, minor
✔ Cellulitis (skin infection), minor
✔ Chalazion, Hordeolum or Stye (a bump on the eyelid)
✔ Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
✔ Dermatitis, minor
✔ Ear pain
✔ Epi-Pen refill
✔ Herpes Simplex / cold sores – mouth
✔ Herpes Zoster (shingles)
✔ Impacted Cerumen (ear wax)
✔ Impetigo (often a mouth area rash)
✔ Influenza, (minor symptoms, healthy individual)
✔ Medication Refill (Some restrictions apply-we do not refill narcotics or high risk medications)
✔ Motion Sickness prevention
✔ Otitis Media / externa (ear pain)
✔ Pharyngitis/Tonsillitis (sore throat)
✔ Rashes, minor
✔ Runny nose, allergic
✔ Sinusitis
✔ Splinter Removal
✔ Staple Removal
✔ Suture Removal
✔ Tinea Pedis (athlete’s foot)
✔ Upper Respiratory Infection (URI)
✔ Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Females only age 16 – 50, no flank or abdominal pain
✔ Warts
✔ Wound Check
✔ Wound Closure Steri-Strip closure only; we’re stitch free!

A new version of the flu vaccine is developed twice a year because the influenza virus rapidly changes. Getting a flu vaccine can decrease the number of missed days of work and keep you well. It can also save lives. Vaccination against influenza began in the 1930s with large scale availability in the United States beginning in 1945.

The influenza vaccine is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines. This is a list of the most effective and safe medicines needed in a health system.

No Appointment needed, Just walk in!​

Flu……………………………………………….$25

Tetanus……………………………………….$75

B12………………………………………………$45

NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED.

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