FAQ

 

How does Urgent Care work?

My Doc Urgent Care provides quick and thorough service for non-life threatening conditions. We accept most insurances, self-pay (with discount available), and no appointments are needed. Skip the long lines at the ER and visit us today!

If I do not have insurance can I still come in for a quality checkup?

Yes. The doctor gives consistent quality care regardless of insurance.

What insurance do you take?

 

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • United Health Care
  • Oxford
  • Magnacare
  • Qualcare
  • Tricare
  • Medicare
  • UMR
  • AARP (not the complete)
  • Nippon Benefits
  • NALC National Association
  • Letter Carriers Health Benefit Fund
  • Meritain Health
  • Laborers local 157
  • Health Benefits Fund
  • Clover
  • IBA International Benefits Administrators
  • 1199 SEIU Benefit & Pension Fund
  • Hummana
What medical conditions do you specialize in?

Cough, cold, sinus congestion, physicals, injuries (falls, hurt ankle, sports), and lacerations (cuts w/ blades or knives).

 

Do you prescribe medication?

Yes. We prescribe medication under the doctor’s discretion.

Do you treat people of all ages?

Yes. We see patients from infancy to elderly.

How long do patients typically wait to see a doctor?

Pending on the wait, you should expect to wait at least 5-10 minutes before being seen.

How can I get to the Urgent Care center if I am ill and unable to drive?

Please go to our website from your phone, we recommend taking an Uber.

How can I protect myself from the Flu with winter coming?

We recommend good basic hygiene, i.e. wash-up, stay away from populated areas, and replace your tooth brush. If you work in a school, make sure to wash your hands consistently.

What are treatments for common sicknesses? (Cold, Fever, Flu)

Usually when you’re sick, your appetite decreases. Your #1 priority is to stay hydrated. But always follow-up with your doctor.