Frequently Asked Questions

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What services are offered?

  • General exams
  • Acute visits
  • Routine monitoring of chronic conditions
  • Hospital follow-up
  • Immunizations
  • Pap smears
  • EKG
  • Minor procedures (incision and drainage, skin biopsy, joint injections, suturing and removal)
  • Spanish speaking doctors and staff available
  • Discount transportation $2 each way (must be scheduled 48 hours in advance)
  • Free parking
  • Same day scheduling available

What insurance plans are accepted?

We accept most private insurance, Medicare and Medicaid, and replacement plans. Please call to confirm that we are accepted by your plan.

Can I be seen without insurance?

The Center for Internal Medicine has a self-pay policy:

  • Patients are asked to provide $50 deposit before the visit.
  • Level of billing is determined after visit, and additional cost may apply.
  • If payment is made at the time of the visit, there is a 50% discount.
  • Additional testing is the responsibility of the patient, cost and options discussed at the visit.

What are the Center's responsibilities to me as a patient?

  • We respect you as an individual.
  • We listen to your feelings and questions to help you make decisions and set healthy goals.
  • We provide the best possible care and advice based on current medical evidence. To do this, we must have information including a list of your medications, health status, recent test results, visits to specialists and data from recent hospitalizations or visits to the emergency room.
  • We refer you to trusted experts as needed.
  • We provide you with the education you need to best monitor your health care.
  • We end every visit with clear instructions about expectations, treatment goals, medicines and future plans.
  • We provide 24-hour phone access for pressing questions and concerns.
  • We keep your medical information and records private.

What are my responsibilities as a patient?

Patient responsibilities include:

  • Learning about wellness and preventing disease to make healthy decisions.
  • Learning what your insurance covers.
  • Being honest and thorough about your medical history, symptoms and changes to your health.
  • Telling us what medications you take and asking for refills during your office visits.
  • Telling us when you see other doctors, including any medications they have prescribed and asking them to send us a report about your care with them.
  • Taking medicines as prescribed and following your treatment plan, or informing us on why the plan is not working for you.
  • Keeping appointments as scheduled, or calling if you need to cancel.