Q. Do I need an appointment?
A. No. We are a walk-in clinic and we invite you to stop in at any time. If you prefer an appointment, we are happy to accommodate your request.
Q. Do you conduct physical exams for workers and students?
A. Yes, Express Care Walk-In Health Clinic perform physical exams for the Department of Transportation (DOT), work, school, sports and camps.
Q. What if I am unable to come in during your regular hours?
A. Call us and we will do our best to accommodate your schedule with an after-hours appointment.
Q. What immunizations do you provide?
A. We provide Influenza and Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis vaccinations.
Q. Do you offer TB testing?
A. Yes, Express Care Walk-In Health Clinic offer PPD testing and documentation.
Q. What if I need a prescription for medication?
A. Our practitioners provide personal and professional care. They listen carefully to your needs, perform a thorough examination and provide you with a prescription based on the diagnosis.
Q. Do you offer X-Ray services?
A. If it is determined that an X-Ray is needed, we will direct you to an apporpriate facility.
Q. Do you accept Medicare or Medicaid?
A. Yes, we accept both types of medical insurance.
Q. I don’t have insurance. What are your charges?
A. Express Care Walk-In Health Clinic fees are substantially lower than other large, walk-in and urgent care clinics because we are independently owned and operated. At the time of your visit, we can provide you with the cost for your health care.
Q. Do you accept credit cards for payment?
A. Yes, we accept credit cards, debit cards and cash.
Q. Do you treat children?
A. Most children should be seen by a pediatric specialist for vaccinations and complex health issues. However, we do treat minor illnesses such as colds, ear and eye infections, sunburn and poison ivy at our clinic.