Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of patients do we see?
All adults and children, over the age of 6 months, are welcome. We treat medical conditions which need prompt care, but are not life-threatening. If your condition appears to need critical care, arrangements will be made to get you to a higher level of care such as the Emergency Room.
Who are the providers?
We are staffed with licensed physicians and Nurse Practitioners that have many years of emergency medicine and family practice experience.
Yomi Olusanya, MD
Internal medicine/Emergency Medicine
Shaundelle Olusanya, DNP
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Dawn Tope, FNP
Alexis West, FNP
What is the waiting time
Most times, you do not have to wait more than 30 minutes. There are emergent situations beyond our control that may cause longer waiting times but this occurs very rarely. Our clients are quite happy with our time management
What payment options do you have?
We accept most insurance plans and we also accept Cash, Check and Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Payments are due at the time of service.
What if I have no insurance?
The basic cost of a visit, depending on new or previous patients, ranges from $70 to over $105 in addition to any extra charges for items like blood labs and xrays. Most charges for self-pay patients rarely exceed $200.