A. We do not have an onsite pharmacy however we can assess your current medical situation and provide prescriptions for medications or refills for your current meds as appropriate.
A. We are open Monday thru Friday 8a to 8p (Hours of operation during Covid 9a-5p). Saturday and Sunday 9a – 3p.
A. We are a walk-in facility and no appointments are required. We do however schedule appointments for physicals, drug screens and follow up visits. We also have a link where you can set up a time to come in to be evaluated at one of our locations.
A. If you do an online registration and upload your ID and insurance you do not need to bring anything except your copay and photo ID. If you did not register online you would need to bring your insurance information also.
A. Our doctors and physician assistants are trained in emergency medicine/family medicine/internal medicine and are the same experts who treat patients in local area hospitals. We also have trained and certified medical assistants and x-ray technicians.
A. We are a walk-in based facility and our average wait time is about ten minutes. Patients are seen on a first come first serve bass and depending on the severity of the illness or injury. Please understand the number of patients coming to our center at any particular time varies. We will always do our best to get you sen promptly. Further, if you check in online you will have an estimated wait time for that given time.
A. We are able to suture most lacerations. Rarely you will need to be referred to a specialist.
A. We can do x-rays to confirm a fracture. We can fabricate a splint or cast as needed. If a specialist is required we can facilitate your referral.
A. Our staff can assist you with locating pharmacies in the surrounding area.
A. We treat all ages for non life threatening conditions.
A. Yes, your cost depends on your insurance plan but fees are far more reasonable than the emergency room. Also, we have self-pay rates for the uninsured.
A. Most insurance companies do cover urgent care visits; we recommend you consult your insurance company for more information on your specific plan. Many insurance companies require copays (or deductibles) which should be listed on your insurance card. Copays are due at time of service.