FAQs

We are open Monday through Friday, from 8 am – 5 pm.

We see children four years old and older for sick visits and school or sports physicals. We see adolescents over 12 through adults for all healthcare services we provide.

We are in-network with many insurances, such as BCBS, Aetna, Cigna, UHC, Medicare, and many more. Don’t see yours listed? Give us a call!

We also accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and cash as payment for services at the time they are provided. Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) may be used towards healthcare services.

Some specialized lab tests, supplements, and services will not be covered by your insurance plan. We will let you know ahead of time what these are and cash, credit card, HSA, or FSA will be accepted as payment at the time of service. We also welcome uninsured/cash-pay patients.

Yes, we can provide a superbill upon request!

Yes, we do! However, we strongly encourage making an appointment. Most times we’re able to provide same day appointments!

Nurse Practitioners are Registered Nurses with advanced education and hands-on training, Board Certification, and Prescriptive Authority which enables us to assess, diagnose, and treat patients with common presentations of common illnesses and health issues. We maintain ongoing, regular collaboration with our supervising physicians so even though you may only see one provider, your health is being managed by a team of medical professionals.

Nurse Practitioners don’t see you as symptoms or diseases but focus on your over-all health as we work with you to manage new and long-standing problems. We encourage prevention and health promotion by emphasizing preventative care and health management. We want to keep you healthy but we’re also here for you when you are sick. You can find out more about Nurse Practitioners here.

Bioidentical Hormone Therapy can be used to treat men and women when their hormone levels drop or become unbalanced. It’s most frequently used to ease symptoms of perimenopause and menopause.

Androgen deficiency is when the body has lower levels of male sex hormones, particularly testosterone, than is needed for good health. Click here to take our ADAM Questionnaire (English VersionSpanish Version)