Frequently Asked Questions

How is an urgent care practice different from my primary doctor's office?

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. While your primary doctor cares for multiple chronic medical issues, we treat the problems facing you today. This allows us to treat you expediently without the wait.

When should I not visit an urgent care practice?

Life threatening conditions such as significant chest pain, shortness? of breath, rectal bleeding, or passing out (syncope) are best treated ?in an Emergency Room at your local hospital.

Although our offices are staffed by board certified physicians, life threatening emergencies require ?hospitalization and advanced care available only at a hospital.

What are the doctors like at Premier Medicine?

We love what we do and it is our privilege to care for you and your family. All physicians working in our facilities are board certified. Many of our physicians have trained in some of the best hospitals

Do you care for children?

Yes! Not only do we care for children, many of us are parents and we understand and will care for your children as we do our own.

Do I need a referral or authorization from my primary doctor to visit Premier Medicine?

No you do not. Our unique agreement with insurance carriers as an urgent care provider allows you to be treated in our office without a referral. Whether you have a PPO or HMO plan, feel secure to know that your bill is being covered by your health insurance.

What types of insurance does Premier Medicine accept?

Please refer to our participating insurances page

What if I do not have health insurance?

We can still care for you. Our cash rates start at $75/visit. Additional services have additional charges. Please call if you have any questions or concerns.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional question via phone or email.