Your First Visit

preparing for Urgent Care on Main

What should I know and bring with me on the first visit?

 

Call (805) 667-8750 for our current wait time. We take our last patient one half hour before our closing time.

 

What should I bring on the first day?

 

  • Download, print, and fill out the new patient form

  • Insurance card

  • Driver’s license

  • Subscriber’s social security number and date of birth

  • Let us know if your insurance has changed since your last visit

 

What is your co-pay?

 

  • Most insurers require you to make a co-pay at the time of the visit and pay any amount that’s not covered by your plan

  • For more information on your co-pay and additional fees you may owe, contact your insurance directly

 

How to handle statements?

 

  • Review and pay statements from Urgent Care on Main and/or your insurance company

Frequently Asked Questions

What is your consultation price? 

$125.00 for the consultation only. There are additional fees for any procedures, injections, and medications supplied during visit.

Does your urgent care take appointments?

No, we are on a walk in basis. You may call at anytime during office hours and we will do our best to give you an estimated wait time that we are currently experiencing.  

 

Does your urgent care perform X-ray's if needed? 

At this time we do not have xray services available on site. If an xray is required we will refer you to a local radiology center. 

 

Does your urgent care draw blood for lab testing? 

No, we do not. If testing is required we will refer you to a local laboratory center. 

 

Does your urgent care preform physicals of any kind? This includes pre operation and sports physicals, camp physicals and DMV physicals. 

No, we do not. Please see your primary care physician for physical appointments. 

 

Does your urgent care authorize referrals to specialists? 

No, we do not.

 

Does your urgent care perform drug testing requested by an employer? 

No, we do not. 

 

Does your urgent care administer TB (Tuberculosis) testing? 

No, we do not. Please see your primary care physician for testing. 

 

If you are in active labor or experiencing a potentially life-threatening condition, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.

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