Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions. Find out all the information you need or contact us for any queries you might have.
What makes Medical Clinic different?
Improving the health of your brain and your quality of life is our primary goal, and it all starts with learning how your brain functions. Why? Your brain controls everything you do - from decision making and motivation to healthy relationships and stress resilience. When your brain works right, you work right too! With full evaluations, we obtain:
Detailed clinical histories on your biological, psychological, social, and spiritual background
Questionnaires and checklists
Brain SPECT imaging
We use all of this data we to create an individualized, targeted treatment plan specifically for your needs and the way your unique brain functions. Whenever possible and medically appropriate, we like to begin with more natural treatments.
Will it be a long wait?
It depends, and we’ll do our best to help you quickly. Typical waits are 15 minutes to an hour. Often, our Walk-In Clinics can see you faster than an Emergency Room. Check the wait times before you go.
Who will I see at the Walk-In Clinic?
You’ll see one of our experts: a medical doctor, a nurse practitioner, a physician’s assistant, or a doctor of osteopathic medicine. They have a great deal of experience and expertise. Each one is committed to making lives better through health and healing and doing what is right for each patient.
Is it going to be expensive?
Check with your health insurance plan for details and co-pay amounts. For insurance, your urgent care visit is billed as an office visit,not ER care. Walk-In Clinic care tends to cost less out-of-pocket than an ER visit.
Can I bring my child? Is child care offered?
You can bring children with you, but no child care is offered. Many visitors find it convenient to bring a responsible person along to watch children during your appointments.
Are family members allowed to come to my appointments?
Relatives and friends are welcome at Medical Clinic. They may be asked to stay in the waiting area during some exams and tests.
What services does Medical Clinic provide?
We offer a wide variety of primary care medical services, including the following:
Annual preventative wellness visits
Physicals, including pap smears and PSA testing Pre-employment and school screenings
Minor procedures, such as laceration repair, mole removal, ear irrigation and some casting
Immunizations and vaccinations
How do patients make an appointment?
Patients should call the Center to make an appointment. They should plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment. We suggest that patients call for routine appointments with as much advance notice as possible. Although we generally have same-day appointments available, it is always best to call ahead so we know that you are coming in.