Frequently Asked Questions
Do I Need Urgent Care or an Emergency Room?
If you need immediate medical care for a non-life-threatening illness or injury, one of our providers who is experienced in family medicine and emergency medicine can provide prompt treatment, without the wait or high cost of a visit to the emergency room.
However, if you are experiencing symptoms of a life-threatening condition, call 911 or go to the Emergency Room. Common situations needing emergency room care:
Chest pain or pressure
Moderate to severe burns
Convulsions or seizures
Serious head, neck or back injury
Loss of limb or severe broken bone
What Medical Services do you Provide?
We offer advanced medical treatment for:
Allergies, sinusitis, bronchitis, pneumonia
Cough or colds
Cuts/lacerations that may need stitches
Eye injuries or infections
Flu or upper respiratory-sore throat, fever, flu, headache
School and work physicals
Skin rashes, insect bites, poison ivy
Sports injuries, sprains, strains, possible broken bones (x-ray on site)
Urinary tract infection
Do You Treat Infants?
Our providers are trained in providing advanced medical care for the whole family, including infants with minor ailments
Do I Have To Pay Up Front?
We are passionate about providing affordable health care. Our costs are lower than an emergency room visit, with or without insurance.
Insurance Co-payments are payable in full at time of service. Depending on our contract with your insurance company, deductibles may be collected at the time of service or may be billed after an Explanation of Benefits is provided to you.
If your insurance company is not in our network (see list), full payment is due at time of service. We provide you with the necessary paperwork to file a claim with your insurance company for reimbursement.
There is an immediate significant discount for self-pay or out of network insurance.
Amelia Urgent Care accepts VISA and Mastercard credit cards.
Please note: We are not Medicaid providers, and therefore will not be able to provide services to Medicaid cardholders.