Copays are collected at the time of service; any statements can be paid online here or by mail.
To get your specific copay information, we’ll need to see your insurance card and verify the insurance carrier. We recommend that you call the member’s services number on the back of your insurance card to ask about coverage and co-payment fees for urgent care visits.
Yes, if you have a photo ID and your Member ID number, or can get it from your insurance provider. You can give us a copy of your insurance card later.
An urgent care practice can supplement the services your primary doctor can provide, from extended office hours and short wait times to a more comprehensive suite of services available on-site than in most primary doctor’s offices (EKG, IV, x-rays, etc.). While your primary doctor cares for multiple chronic medical issues, we treat the problems facing you today. Also, for the cases where your primary physician would have to send you to an ER for a non-life-threatening condition, urgent care can eliminate much of the waiting and expense.
You’ll need a valid photo ID and insurance card (if you’re paying with insurance). When you visit, you’ll complete a short registration form, and then be seen by a qualified healthcare provider.
You should visit the emergency room for life and limb threatening conditions such as significant chest pain, shortness of breath, passing out, severely broken bones and life threatening conditions. Life threatening emergencies may require hospitalization and the advanced care available only at a hospital. Please call 911 if you are experiencing a life threatening emergency.
Our doctors are board certified in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine or Family Medicine . Alongside our doctors are Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners who are also certified and highly trained.
Yes, we will send your progress notes and any diagnostic results to the specialist.
Yes. As necessary, on patients that have been evaluated at our facility.
Not at this time.