Our mission is to make urgent care accessible and convenient. We accept most insurance plans and provide fair and competitive pricing for self-pay patients. We work closely with patients to help them meet their financial obligations for urgent healthcare needs.
Patient’s Out-of-Pocket Expense
It is important for you to be an informed consumer and understand the specifications of your insurance policy.
Co-pays (co-payments) are the flat dollar amounts an insurance plan requires the insured person to pay for each type of service. Cure Urgent Care services typically have a co-pay. The information about the copayment responsibility can be found on the back of your insurance card.
Deductibles are fixed dollar amounts an insurance company requires the insured person/ family to pay (“meet”) each year before the insurance company starts to pay a higher share of the medical bills. The cost of services that the insurance company states are “non-covered” typically do not count toward deductibles.
Co-insurance is the percentage of the bill that the insurance company says is the patient’s “share.” Co-insurance only applies to charges that are “covered” by that insurance company. The co-insurance percentages are only valid until the patient/family meet the insurance company’s “out of pocket” (stop-loss) threshold.
Please note: it is your responsibility to know if your insurance has specific rules or limitations. Your health insurance policy is a contract between you and your health insurance company or employer.
We accept patients without insurance. Payment is due, in-full, at the time services are rendered. Best efforts will be made by the clinic to estimate the total charges for your visit. Payment for a basic visit is required up front. Any additional diagnostic testing, procedures, medications administered, and/or supplies/equipment used during the visit, will be due, in-full, upon discharge.
If you are uninsured or have a gap in your coverage, any unexpected health issue that arises can be a huge worry. In fact, a single visit to an emergency room can cost more than $800 – in addition to hours spent in an uncomfortable, crowded and chaotic environment.
Self-Pay Price Listing
Our services start at an affordable $115, with competitive rates on services ranging from vaccinations to x-rays to physicals.
- Basic Office Visit: $115
*Pricing for all additional services is in addition to the office visit
- Blood Draw Fee: $30
- CBC: $70
- Chem Panel: $100
- Glucose Testing: $45
- Hemoccult: $125
- Influenza (rapid): $50
- Pregnancy: $15
- Strep test: $40
- Urine Dip Analysis: $30
- Urine Drug screen: $125
- HIV in office: $135
- Mono in office test: $100
- Stitches 0-5 stiches: $200
- Lacerations/Stitches: >10 cm $300 – $500
- Suture/Staple Removal: $75
- Facial Laceration Repair: $300 – $700
- Dermabond Repair: $100
- Simple: $50
- IV + 1 med: $100
- IV + 2 med: $125
- Each Additional Supplement: $50
- General and DOT: $200
- Nebulazer Breathing Treatment: $75
- EKG with Reading: $150
- Vaccines: $45 – $300
- Flu Shot:* $25
- Flu Shot* High Dose: $65
- MMR: $175
- Tdap Vaccine: $125
- Chest: $175
- Extremity: $100-$150
- Large Joint (hip-shoulder): $300
- Cervical Spine: $300
We offer convenient payment options:
- Credit Card
- Money Orders
We accept the following credit cards, including HSA:
- American Express