Frequently Asked Questions
Q-What insurances do you accept?
A- We accept Tricare, Medicare, and all Blue Cross Blue Shield. We are in network with Medcost
and AIH. Please call if you have a question regarding your specific insurance.
Q-Do I have to have an appointment?
A- No appointment is necessary. Immediate Care is a walk in clinic.
Q-What doctor is on duty today?
A- We have a team of physicians and physician assistants that work on a rotation; please call if you would
like to know which provider is working.
Q-Can you take x-rays?
A- Yes, we do have the ability to take x-rays in our office.
Q- Can I be billed for my office visit?
A- We do not bill for services. Payment in full is expected at the time of service.
Q- Do you accept Medicaid?
A- We only accept Medicaid when it is secondary to another insurance. If your
Medicaid card has Carolina Access with a particular physician's name on it we do
not accept that card. You will need to see your Carolina Access provider.
Q- What is a physician assistant?
A- A physician assistant (PA) is a medical professional who works as part of a team with a doctor.
A PA is a graduate of an accredited PA educational program who is nationally certified and state-licensed to practice medicine with the supervision of a physician.
More information can be found here.