Please check out the answers to the most frequently asked questions below.

How can Get Well Clinic help me?

If you are seeking medical attention for a minor illness, Get Well Clinic can provide you with quality medical services at a low cost.

Is your Walk-In Clinic an Urgent Care or an Emergency Room?

No. Get Well Clinic is more of a minor care health clinic where we address common complaints of patients at a low cost. Our scope is limited to these common complaints, such as diabetes management, urinary discomfort, and thyroid disease, among others.

Can I visit the clinic if I have insurance?

Absolutely. Even with insurance, you can find that you will be paying the same amount at most doctors’ offices. Co-pays by most insurance plans are around $25 to $50 at the primary care physician.

I saw your website on FreeClinic.com. Does this mean that you offer services or testing for free?

No. Our minimum fee is set at $60, exclusive of lab testing fees or costs of procedures for removal of foreign bodies and more. During the visit, you will be provided with these fees so you can decide whether to proceed with our services or not.

I lost my insurance and cannot afford a regular doctor's appointment. Can I be seen at your clinic?

Our services are available at affordable prices, regardless of your income. Our prices do not change based on your income and you are not charged based on it. At the same time, we are not a free clinic. If you are looking for free services, we encourage you to contact 211 from your phone to receive a free and confidential service that can help you find local resources 24/7.

Why does Get Well Clinic charge much less than Urgent Care Centers or Emergency Rooms?

Our staff are practitioners trained in primary health care. Our scope of services are limited to common conditions that can be quickly diagnosed and treated with just a few tests at a short period of time. As a result, our overhead costs are lower

Which payment methods are accepted at your Walk-In clinic?

Get Well Clinic accepts cash and credit/debit cards. Your payment is expected at the time of service. We accept most major insurance plans including Medicaid, Medicare, BCBS, Aetna, Superior, and Humana.

For questions not found on this page, please feel free to talk to our friendly staff. Visit our office(s) or give us a call.