None! Medical services performed at our clinics are free. We can also order certain diagnostic tests (such as X-Rays and blood work) on a sliding fee scale.
No, you don't need to make an appointment for our general clinic as it is first-come, first-served. However, our Women's Health Clinic is by appointment only. You may make an appointment for our Women’s Health Clinic by calling (419) 318-2171.
We offer general medical care, HIV testing, women's health services and nutrition/diabetes education classes. We also have optometry referrals for eye exams and glasses for those who qualify. Not all services are available at every clinic, so please check with us if you need non-routine care. Although we do not have dentistry services, we can refer you to low-cost providers in the area. Our main referrals for dentistry are the Halim Clinic that you can contact directly at (567) 318-4609 and Owen’s Community College Dental Hygiene Clinic that can be reached at (567-661-7294).
Both. A medical student will talk to you about your medical condition, mediciations you're already taking, and your family history. The student will discuss this with the physician. You will be examined by both the medical student and the physician. The physician makes all decisions regarding your care.
In most cases, we provide medication directly from our on-site pharmacy. There are some medications that we are unable to stock because of the cost (in which case we will discuss your options with you). However, the vast majority of medications that our patients need are available free of charge.
No. We can only fill prescriptions written by our staff. You're welcome to see one of our physicians who will write you a new prescription if you need it.
No. We do not stock narcotics. Chronic pain is best managed by a physician who specializes in pain management. We might be able to refer you to a pain management specialist.