Prompt Treatment for Injuries:
Cuts, Scrapes & Broken Bones
Wounds & Burns
Sprains & Strains
Urgent Care for Illnesses:
Other Immediate Care Services:
DOT & Insurance Physicals
Sports, School & Camp Physicals
Occ Med/Work Comp Services
Certified Urgent Care Center Level I.
by the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA) in 2011 and recertified in 2014 & now 2017 - the highest honor.
ARE YOU PAYING MORE AT A HOSPITAL CLINIC ?
Study Finds Hospitals Charging Higher Prices Than Independent Clinics.
Modern Healthcare magazine (6/26, Evans) reports that an analysis of autoworker health-plan spending across 18 cities has found that “hospital outpatient prices for standard blood tests, cancer screening and other services varied widely and were sharply higher, on average, than prices charged by ambulatory clinics and independent doctors.” The article says the study, published by the National Institute for Health Care Reform, suggests that “hospitals with more market clout may be using leverage to set higher prices.”
HOSPITAL owned urgent care centers are required by federal law to charge a "facility fee" for care at their urgent care centers.
Immediate Care Center: the Doctor is IN in Schererville IN is a walk-in clinic NOT affiliated with a hospital - so no extra facility charges! [Note: Many insurance plans will not pay this extra fee.]
No Insurance ? 15% discount for qualifying patients.
You are ALWAYS seen by a PHYSICIAN
for quality & efficient medical care at reasonable prices.
OPEN 7 days a week
7:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Anthem To Extend Policy Denying Claims From ED
Patients For Non-Emergency Diagnosis Codes To Indiana. Begins October 1st 2017. [encouraging use of urgent care centers]
The Indianapolis Business Journal (8/5, Russell, 79K) reported Anthem announced that beginning Oct. 1, “it could deny claims for hundreds of non-emergency diagnosis codes” for emergency department (ED) patients in Indiana, a new policy that the insurer has already put in place in Georgia, Kentucky, and Missouri. [Anthem has previously sent letters to insured patients suggesting that they utilize Immediate Care Centers when an ER is not required.]