We prefer you have an appointment to be seen. If you walk-in, we will do our best to accommodate your needs. If you would like to make an appointment to be seen, please call 678-288-9740.
Please call our appointment line at 678-288-9740 to see about establishing care with us!
Our clinic accepts patients with or without health insurance. We accept most insurance plans; call 678-288-9740 for more information. If you do not have insurance, we will check to see which benefits can be applied to your visit.
No, as a family clinic, we are now accepting new patients. You would not need a referral to schedule an appointment with our physicians or their assistants. Although, if you wish for your visit to be covered through insurance, please consult your provider to understand the conditions of your policy.
It is important to us that every patient feels comfortable at People’s. Your visit can be private, or you can bring friends, partners, or family with you. While some exam rooms are small, we will try our best to support your needs.
If you cannot make your appointment, please call our main line at 678-288-9740 24 hours in advance to cancel and/or re-schedule your missed visit. We collect a cancellation fee for the appointments that are cancelled without any prior notice. Please plan well and contact us 24 hours prior, in case of any cancellation plans to avoid the penalty.
We want you to have a great experience at Prime Health. However, we sometimes have limited availability. Please call at your earliest convenience to schedule an appointment, and we will do our best to see you at the soonest date.
We prioritize our patient’s comforts and value their concerns. We ensure to create a positive ambience for the patients to cure well and quicker. Our doctors and staff are well qualified and jovial, ever striving to make our patients feel stress-free.
We request you to kindly arrive at the clinic at least 15 minutes prior to your appointment so as to complete formalities in relation to your essential paperwork submission and insurance details which would help us enter your records into our database. To help save time, you could print our ‘New Patient Form’ on our website and bring it filled when you arrive here.
Some items you may be asked to bring with you at your first visit include:
- Photo ID with your name on it
- Medical insurance card, such as: Medicaid, BCBS, e.t.c
- Proof of address so we know what county you live in
Depending on the services provided to you, you may be charged for lab work and medication in addition to your office visit. However, we never turn away a patient if they are unable to pay.
Please carry your insurance card along with you, if you have one. We could either process your co-pay or bill you through your insurance plan. In the case where you do not have insurance, we will need to process your bill during the time of service.
Prime Health Medical Center does not exclude from programs, deny services to, restrict hiring of, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis or that person’s race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, language, disability, pregnancy, gender identity or sex stereotyping. All Patients of Prime Health have the right to choose, unless restricted for clinical or safety reasons by medical staff or administration, who may accompany them during their visit, regardless of whether the visitor is a spouse, a domestic partner, a family member, or a friend, as well as the right to withdraw or deny this consent to visitation at any time. Prime Health Medical Center ensures that all visitors enjoy full and equal visitation privileges in accord with patient preferences.
You will be asked at the time of your visit to fill in your details on our form, where you can mention the way you’d like to receive updates and notifications from us, regarding your visit and the services you have availed from us. We generally send out updates within 24 hours of obtaining the results.
Yes, upon requesting, we may be able to help you avail the copies with your test results.
Our working hours are from 9:00 am to 6.00 pm every Monday through Friday, Saturday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Yes. It is advised to have your blood pressure checked once in every two years after reaching the age of 21. It is also advisable for people over 50 to have their blood pressure monitored once every year, with frequent consultations with your personal physician to eliminate any health threats.
Common colds and flus are generally spread through nose and mouth. They can easily be avoided by maintaining hygiene around us.
- Always wash your hands properly, removing every bit of dirt.
- Try and stay away from people who are affected.
- If you did come in contact with the affected person, do not touch your nose or mouth until you thoroughly clean yourself of the germs.
- Never avoid your annual flu vaccinations.
- Remain hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids; this will keep you less vulnerable from being affected.