Below are answers to the most commonly asked questions we receive. If you have a specific question, please feel free to give us a call, we are always happy to help. Can I make an Appointment? Do you take X-Rays? Do you accept Credit Cards? Do you perform Drug Tests/Screening? What is Primary Care? What is Family Medicine? I’m Severely Injured, Should I Go to the Emergency Room? Q: Can I Make An Appointment? A: Yes, we can schedule your appointment by phone or through our website at any time. Q: Do you take X-Rays? A: No, we do not take X-Rays. Q: Do you accept credit cards? A: Yes, we accept Visa and MasterCard. Q: Do you perform drug tests/screening? A: No, we do not perform drug tests or screenings. Q: What is Primary Care? A: A number of doctors, nurse practitioners and physicians assistants, especially in clinics and doctor’s offices, care for adults and/or children. They treat average or common illnesses and they often do routine physicals and checks. These become the family doctors, whether or not a health insurance company demands people have one. Over time a primary care specialist forms relationships with patients and might care for them for most of their lives. They represent continuity of care and the first point of contact a person has with the medical world if he or she gets ill. We are a Primary Care Clinic, capable of meeting the primary health demands of individuals. Q: What is Family Medicine? A: Family medicine is the medical specialty which provides continuing, comprehensive health care for the individual and family. It is a specialty in breadth that integrates the biological, clinical and behavioral sciences. The scope of family medicine encompasses all ages, both sexes, each organ system and every disease entity. Q: I’m severely injured, should I go to the Emergency Room? A: Yes, if you are suffering from life-threatening injury or illness, you should go to the Emergency Room immediately. If you have a non-life threatening injury or illness, we would be happy to serve as an alternative to the Emergency Room.