Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a list of patient frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions that have not been addressed here, please contact us.



Where is your office located?
Please visit our Contact page for office location, hours, and contact information.
What are the doctor's hours?
Please visit our About Us page and click on each physician's bio to see each doctors' hours.
What insurances do you accept?
Please visit our Payments page for accepted insurance.
Do you serve the uninsured or underinsured?
Yes. Please call for pricing.
What affiliations do you have with hospitals?
Please visit our Payments page for accepted insurance.
Does your clinic insert IUDs?
We do not offer this service at this time, but we expect to offer it soon. Please call or check back here for updates.
Does your clinic offer X-Rays on site?
We do not offer on-site X-Rays but our affiliate hospitals can assist with this same day service.
What is a P.A.?
A P.A. is a Physician's Assistant. A P.A. is a licensed provider that provides like healthcare under the supervision of a licensed medical doctor or doctor of osteopathy. They must have at least a bachelor's degree and complete a PA training program that is accredited by the national commission of Physician Assistants.
What is the difference between an M.D. (Medical Doctor) and a D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathy)?
Both of these medical professions require similar training, testing, certification, and medical degrees; however, a doctor of Osteopathy requires further specialized training in the area of Osteopathic Manipulation Treatment (OMT), which involves the user of their hands to diagnose injury and illness and to encourage the body's natural ability to heal.

Visit the Patient Portal

Review medical info, send non-urgent messages to your Doctor or medical assistant or request a non-urgent appointment.

Visit the Seniors Corner