General Pricing

Below is our general pricing for those who are not using insurance. If you are using insurance, contact your insurance company before your visit to ensure that the services you will receive are covered. The details of your payment may vary based on your insurance coverage.

Minor Illnesses $79-$119cheveron down

    Allergies cheveron down

    Itchy eyes, runny nose and lots of sneezes? You could be suffering from seasonal allergies. We can recommend the right over-the-counter medications and write prescriptions when medically appropriate. All to get you on your way to feeling better.

    Cough & Bronchitis cheveron down

    Whether it's dry or wet and productive, coughing can be annoying and tiring. Sometimes a cough can be a sign of bronchitis, croup, upper respiratory infection or pneumonia. We can evaluate your symptoms and provide a treatment plan which may include over-the-counter or prescription medications if needed.

    Ear Infections & Earachescheveron down

    Ear infections are caused by a viral or bacterial inflammation of the middle ear. They're common in children between 6 months and 3 years but can happen at any age. We can assess your symptoms and our practitioners can help get you or your child the appropriate treatment.

    Flu-like Symptomscheveron down

    Also known as the flu, influenza affects the nose, throat and lungs and is caused by a virus. You can spread the flu simply by coughing or sneezing. Since the flu and a cold may share the same symptoms, our practitioners can help get you on an appropriate treatment plan.

    Gout Treatmentcheveron down

    Gout is a common type of arthritis caused by having too much uric acid in the blood. Symptoms include pain, hot, swollen or stiff joints. It typically starts in the big toe, but can also be in other parts of the foot or other joints. If you have previously been diagnosed with gout and are having symptoms, we can help by providing a treatment plan to get you back on your feet.

    Heartburn & Indigestioncheveron down

    Indigestion is a term that describes discomfort or burning in the stomach or throat. It is also referred to as heartburn. Symptoms can include a burning pain, cough and a feeling of fullness soon after eating. Symptoms may be experienced occasionally or daily. We can provide you with a treatment plan based on your history and symptoms. H Pylorie is a type of bacteria that can lead to infection and problems in the stomach and intestines such as ulcers, and can also be a risk factor for gastric cancer. We can test for this and provide treatment.

    HIV pre- or post-exposure treatmentcheveron down

    The human immunodeficiency virus, also known as HIV, that can lead to serious complications if left untreated. Our HIV prophylaxis service consists of 2 different treatment plans to give you the flexibility you need to protect yourself. The first, HIV PrEP (also called Prep), is a pre-exposure prophylaxis for patients who are at a substantial risk of exposure to HIV. The second, HIV nPEP, is a post-exposure prophylaxis for patients who have been exposed to HIV in the past 72 hours.

    Mono treatmentcheveron down

    Mononucleosis, or mono, is a viral illness that can spread easily to others and is most common in young adults. Symptoms can mimic a common cold and include sore throat, swollen glands, weakness and fatigue. If you suspect that you or your child has mono, getting an accurate diagnosis quickly is very important.

    Mouth & oral conditionscheveron down

    There are a number of often-visible conditions that may cause discomfort in speaking, eating and drinking. If you have sores in your mouth, on your gums or tongue, pain in your mouth, white or yellow patches in your mouth or on your tongue or a dry mouth or funny taste in your mouth, we can help. These can be signs of oral thrush, also called candidiasis, hairy tongue, hand/foot and mouth disease or dry mouth syndrome. We can evaluate your symptoms and provide a treatment plan which may include over-the-counter or prescription medicines, if needed.

    Mouth & oral paincheveron down

    Tooth and mouth pain can be annoying and distracting. Often the root of the problem is tooth decay, injury or infection that needs care from a dentist. We can evaluate your symptoms and give you non-narcotic medicine for the pain. If needed, we will give you an appropriate antibiotic. While we do not treat the underlying causes, we can help to ease the pain and/or infection until you can get in to see your dentist. If you don't have a dentist, we can help to connect you to one.

    Nausea, vomiting & diarrheacheveron down

    There are many possible causes for nausea, vomiting or diarrhea. Common causes are viral infections, bacterial infections (food poisoning) or food allergies. We can assess your symptoms and provide a treatment plan, including how to prevent dehydration.

    Pink eye & styescheveron down

    Pink eye, also called conjunctivitis, and styes are infections of the eye. Viral and bacterial eye infections are contagious, spread very easily and sometimes occur with other illnesses such as an ear infection, sinus infection or strep throat. We can examine your eyes, conduct any needed testing and provide the right treatment plan.

    Sinus infections & congestioncheveron down

    Headache, nasal congestion, facial pressure, fatigue&symptoms that can make you miserable! If you've had them awhile you might have a sinus infection. Whether caused by a cold or allergies, getting a proper diagnosis and treatment plan can help ease symptoms and help you feel better much faster.

    Sore & strep throatscheveron down

    The most common cause of a sore throat is a viral infection, such as a cold. Allergies, postnasal drip and cigarette smoke can also make your throat hurt. So while most sore throats are caused by viruses, strep throat is caused by bacteria called group A streptococcus or group A strep. Group A strep live in the nose and throat and can be easily spread to others. If an infected person coughs or sneezes, the bacteria travel in tiny droplets of water known as respiratory droplets. You can get sick if you breathe in those droplets or if you touch something that has the droplets on it then, in turn, touch your mouth or nose. You could also become ill if you drink from the same glass or eat from the same plate as a sick person. Strep is contagious and requires antibiotic treatment. We can perform a group A strep test and get you feeling better.

    STD evaluation & treatmentcheveron down

    A Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) is an infection passed from one person to another person through sexual contact. STDs are serious illnesses that require treatment. Symptoms of an STD can include bumps or sores on mouth or genitals, rashes, painful urination or painful intercourse. Sometimes there are no symptoms at all. Our providers can review the results of urine or blood tests that are ordered and collected by an outside lab to determine if you have an STD, and provide a treatment recommendation, which may include a prescription. It is important to seek treatment as soon as possible to avoid further spread of the infection.

    STD partner treatmentcheveron down

    A sexually transmitted disease (STD) is an infection passed from one person to another person through sexual contact. Some of these infections can be treated with antibiotics prescribed by a health care provider. If a partner was recently diagnosed with an STD, it is important to seek treatment as soon as possible to avoid further spread of the infection.

    Upper respiratory infectionscheveron down

    Just a common cold? Learn how to prepare for your visit, how to get the most out of it and about any care restrictions.

    Urinary tract & bladder infectionscheveron down

    Urinary tract infections are often caused by bacteria in the bladder. When the bladder is inflamed, you may feel burning or pain and it can feel like you need to go to the bathroom more often than usual. The infection is usually not serious but can become so if not taken care of quickly. We can assess your symptoms, diagnose and treat your condition promptly.

    Zikacheveron down

    Zika virus is spread when a person is bitten by an infected mosquito. It can also spread:

    • By having sex with a person who has been infected by Zika or traveled to an area where Zika is active
    • From a pregnant woman to her unborn child
    • Through blood transfusion (likely but not confirmed)

    Most people don't know if they have been infected because they don't actually feel sick. Symptoms usually start 3 to 7 days after being infected. They can last from a few days to a week. The most common symptoms include fever, rash, joint pain, red eyes (conjunctivitis), muscle pain, headache and vomiting. There is no vaccine to protect against Zika. The best defense is to protect yourself and your family from getting mosquito bites. If you think you may have been exposed to Zika or if you have symptoms, we can assess you, treat your symptoms and refer you for testing, if needed.

Minor Injuries $79-$119cheveron down

    Bug bites & stingscheveron down

    Bee, wasp and hornet stings, spider bites, jelly fish stings - ouch! Our practitioners can help when you have a painful bite. Reactions can range from mild to severe and multiple stings can be serious, especially in children. We can provide a proper assessment, clean the site of the sting to prevent infection and recommend the proper treatment plan to deal with itching and swelling.

    Minor burnscheveron down

    A minor burn affects the outer layer of the skin and can be red, swollen and painful. Hot liquids, fire, chemicals and even the sun can cause a minor burn. We can assess your burn and recommend the proper pain reliever or cream. We can also prescribe antibiotics if the burn is infected and provide a tetanus shot if needed.*

    *If medically appropriate, practitioners may write a prescription.

    Minor cuts, blisters & woundscheveron down

    Cuts and scrapes happen! And when they do, it's important to ensure that they are cleaned properly and don't become infected. We can assess and prescribe proper medication if needed.

    Splinter removalcheveron down

    You might not think to call a practitioner for a splinter but it can become infected if not treated properly. If you see signs of redness, swelling or pus, or if you can't remove the splinter completely, we can help. Our practitioners can clean it properly and determine if a tetanus booster is needed.

    Sprains, strains & joint paincheveron down

    Sprains, strains and joint pain are very common. A sprain is a stretching or tearing of ligaments. A strain is usually referred to as a "pulled muscle." Back pain is one of the most common types of muscle strain. Joint pain is often caused by an injury to the tissue which connects bones. We can assess for injury and recommend treatments to help you heal and reduce pain.

    Suture & staple removalcheveron down

    When you have stitches or staples, it's important to have them removed professionally and on time. Our practitioners can carefully remove them and ensure that you are healing properly with no infection.

    Tick bitescheveron down

    When you're hiking, camping or spending time outside you increase your risk of being bitten by a tick. It is important to remove a tick quickly and completely. You also may need a tetanus shot. We can examine your bite, make sure the tick is removed safely and, if needed, prescribe medication to protect against infection or Lyme disease.*

    *If medically appropriate, practitioners may write a prescription.

Screenings & Monitoring cheveron down

    A1c testcheveron down

    $39**

    If you have diabetes, you know that an important piece of your care plan is monitoring your blood glucose levels with an A1c check at least twice a year. That's why we make it easy to get your test and results.

    *Plus additional laboratory fees. See service page for details.
    **Other visit fees will apply.

    Asthma monitoringcheveron down

    $59–$99

    Asthma is a chronic disease of the airways that makes breathing difficult. Different factors, such as weather, irritants in the air (chemicals or dust) or an increase in allergens can trigger asthma symptoms. Those symptoms include shortness of breath, wheezing and often coughing. If you've been diagnosed with asthma, we can help monitor your condition or assess if your symptoms have changed in between visits to your primary care provider.

    Basic health screeningcheveron down

    $39–$49

    Our simple health screening will help you understand your blood pressure and weight.

    Cholesterol screeningcheveron down

    $39–$49

    1 in 6 adult Americans have high cholestoerol and don't know it. High cholesterol does not usually display symptoms, and it is a risk factor that can increase your chance of developing or suffering complications from serious health problems such as heart disease and stroke. A screening can help identify if you have high cholesterol and our practitioners can provide recommendations if you do.

    Comprehensive health screeningcheveron down

    $39–$49*

    This screening package will help you identify potential risks for chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

    *Plus additional laboratory fees. See service page for details.
    **Other visit fees will apply.

    Diabetes monitoringcheveron down

    $79–$119

    According to the American Diabetes Association, diabetes is a fact of life for over 9% of Americans. Left unmanaged, it can lead to complications that affect nearly every organ in the body. If you've been diagnosed with diabetes, we can help you stay on top of your condition in between visits to your primary care provider.

    Diabetes screeningcheveron down

    $39–$49

    High blood glucose is a risk factor that can increase your chance of developing or suffering complications from diabetes. A glucose screening can help identify high blood sugar, which can help you prevent or delay the effects of diabetes.

    Diabetes treatmentcheveron down

    $79–$119

    Diabetes is a disease where the body doesn't make insulin or can't properly use the insulin it does make. When you don't have insulin or you are not using it efficiently, your body can't use the glucose or sugar it has for energy. The sugar that builds up damages organs in the body. Diabetes is considered a long-term "chronic" disease but can be managed with guidance from a health care provider. At MinuteClinic®, we can assess your risk for diabetes. If blood tests confirm a diabetes diagnosis, we can recommend an initial treatment plan.

    Hepatitis C screening testcheveron down

    $39–$49*

    Spread through blood or body fluid, Hepatitis C is a serious disease caused by a virus that attacks and causes liver inflammation. Most of the time, there are no symptoms. Even when there are, few people may notice yellow in the eyes and skin, stomach pain, loss of appetite, nausea and fatigue. This is why testing for Hepatitis C is important. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all baby boomers born between 1945 and 1965 complete a 1-time Hepatitis C blood test.

    *Plus additional laboratory fees. See service page for details.
    **Other visit fees will apply.

    High blood pressure evaluationcheveron down

    $79–$119

    According to the American Heart Association, 1 in 3 American adults has high blood pressure or hypertension. Uncontrolled high blood pressure can lead to stroke, heart attack, heart failure or kidney failure. We make it easy to get your blood pressure evaluated and to understand what your numbers mean.

    High blood pressure treatmentcheveron down

    $79–$119

    High blood pressure is one of the leading causes of heart disease. People with high blood pressure are at greater risk of heart attack, stroke, kidney failure and even death. It is estimated that 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. has high blood pressure and many are unaware or undertreated because there are often no symptoms. If high blood pressure is noted through our screening process, our providers can recommend an initial treatment plan.

    High cholesterol monitoringcheveron down

    $79–$119

    High cholesterol does not usually display symptoms, and it is a risk factor that can increase your chance of developing or suffering complications from serious health problems such as heart disease and stroke. The most common type of heart disease is coronary artery disease, which is the formation of a waxy buildup containing fat and cholesterol in the heart's blood vessels. If you've been diagnosed with high cholesterol, we can help monitor your condition in between visits to your primary care provider.

    High cholesterol treatmentcheveron down

    $79–$119

    Cholesterol is a form of fat in your blood. Your body needs cholesterol to build healthy cells but too much cholesterol increases your risk for serious complications such as heart disease and stroke. At Alabama Clinics, you can learn if your cholesterol level is too high. If so, our providers can initiate a treatment plan including medication, if necessary.

Skin Conditions $79-$119cheveron down

    Acne treatmentcheveron down

    Acne is very common. Teenagers and young adults are more likely to suffer from acne but many adults are impacted, too. Changes in hormone levels, pregnancy, stress, certain medications and cosmetics can cause acne. We can recommend the right combination of remedies including over-the-counter products and medication to help you get the best results.

    Athlete's footcheveron down

    If you have cracked, itchy skin on your feet, you may have athlete's foot. Athlete's foot is a fungal infection that causes burning and itching. Activity can worsen the infection and it can be spread to others. We can diagnose your athlete's foot, provide a treatment plan and let you know how to avoid it in the future.

    Chicken poxcheveron down

    Chicken pox is an itchy rash that causes blisters all over the body and flu-like symptoms. It is usually seen in young children although adults can get it, especially if they haven't been vaccinated. Since it can take up to 2 weeks or more to get better, our trained practitioners are ready to help make your child more comfortable.

    Cold, canker & mouth sorescheveron down

    Mouth sores are uncomfortable, painful and often very visible. Stress, injury or even certain foods can cause canker sores. Cold sores, on the other hand, are painful, fluid-filled blisters caused by the herpes simplex type 1 virus. We can evaluate your symptoms and help reduce irritation and pain and speed healing.

    Dermatitis, rash & skin irritationcheveron down

    Dermatitis and skin rashes are common skin conditions that many people deal with. They can make your skin feel fired-up, inflamed, itchy or bumpy, and they may cause your skin to discolor. There are many different types and causes of skin rashes and irritations. The most common are contact dermatitis, (poison ivy and poison oak) seborrheic dermatitis, nummular dermatitis and eczema, a type of atopic dermatitis. There are many other types of rashes including pityriasis rosea, also called Christmas tree rash, and heat rash, a type of miliaria. We can evaluate your symptoms and recommend the right combination of remedies including over-the-counter products and prescription medication to help you get the best results.

    Impetigocheveron down

    Impetigo is one of the most common skin conditions in children, although adults can also get it. It's caused by bacteria, with red sores usually on the mouth, nose, hands or diaper area. Impetigo is very contagious, so it is important not to scratch and spread it. Our practitioners can assess and treat with antibiotic creams or medications.

    Licecheveron down

    Your child gets home from school with lice - oh no! Lice spread easily from person to person through contact or through sharing items such as hats and hairbrushes. Lice won't go away without treatment and aggressive scratching can cause infection. Our practitioners can evaluate and recommend the proper treatment, so that you can be lice-free sooner.

    Minor psoriasischeveron down

    Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that causes thick, red scaly patches on your skin. Although psoriasis patches can appear anywhere on your body, they typically appear on elbows, knees, face, hands, feet, nails or scalp. There are five different types of psoriasis. The most common are plaque and guttate psoriasis. Other types are inverse, pustular and erythrodermic. There is no cure for psoriasis. Treatments may provide relief of your symptoms. We can evaluate your symptoms and, where medically appropriate, recommend the right combination of remedies and treatments including over-the-counter products and prescription medication to help you get the best results.

    Poison ivy & poison oakcheveron down

    You know the old saying...leaves of 3, let it be. Poison ivy, oak and sumac are plants that can cause allergic skin reactions in children and adults. If you end up with itchy red bumps or small blisters after spending time outside, come in and get on the way to feeling better, faster.

    Ringwormcheveron down

    Ringworm is actually caused by a fungus and not a worm as the name suggests. It can look like a red ring of small blisters or scaly skin. Children are more likely to get and spread it through contact or sharing of clothing or personal items. Scratching can cause infection so it's important to treat this promptly.

    Rosaceacheveron down

    Rosacea usually develops any time after age 30, and the symptoms come and go. It can be found on your face and in some cases neck, ears, scalp or chest. If rosacea is left untreated, it can lead to swollen bumps, pimples or acne, or an enlarged nose. Rosacea can be triggered by alcohol, hot or spicy food, emotional stress and heat. We can evaluate your symptoms and recommend the right combination of remedies and treatments including over-the-counter products and prescription medication to help you get the best results. Most common symptoms include:

    • Stinging, burning, sensitive skin
    • Visible small blood vessels
    • Dry or rough skin
    • Swollen skin
    • Blushing or flushing easily

    Scabiescheveron down

    Scabies is an infestation of the skin by human itch mites. It is very itchy and uncomfortable and it spreads easily through contact or by sharing clothing or personal items with others. It will not go away on its own and requires prescription treatment. That's where we can help.

    Shinglescheveron down

    Shingles is a painful rash caused by the virus herpes zoster, the same virus that causes chicken pox. If you had chicken pox as a child, you could develop shingles as an adult. We can examine your rash and provide treatment with either over-the-counter products or a prescription if needed.

    Sunburncheveron down

    Too much time in the sun leave you with a sunburn? Sunburn can range in severity from mild redness to painful blisters and swelling. It can also be accompanied by serious conditions such as heatstroke, dehydration or skin infection. Come in for a thorough assessment and proper medical care.

    Swimmer's itchcheveron down

    Usually caused by swimming in ponds and lakes, swimmer's itch is a rash from an allergic reaction to the larvae of certain parasites. It is important not to scratch, which can lead to infection. We can help recommend the right medicines to alleviate symptoms and control itching.

    Wart evaluationcheveron down

    Warts are caused by viruses in the HPV (human papillomavirus) family and usually appear on the hands or feet. Warts are contagious and can be passed from one person to another or to other parts of the body so it's important to identify and treat warts promptly.

Travel Health cheveron down

    Malariacheveron down

    $39–$49

    Malaria is a serious disease that can be life threatening. It is caused by parasites passed on by mosquitoes. Most commonly found in tropical and subtropical areas of the world where it is hot and humid, like parts of Africa and South Asia. People who get Malaria can be very sick with high fever, shaking chills, and flu-like symptoms. According to Centers of Disease Control (CDC), about 1,500 cases of malaria are diagnosed in the United States each year. Many of those cases are travelers who did not take the proper precautions before leaving on their trip. The good news is that there are ways to protect yourself and reduce your risks of getting malaria. Whether traveling for business or pleasure or to visit family and friends, it is important to be prepared. We can help you protect yourself and your family before leaving on a trip.

    Motion sickness preventioncheveron down

    $69–$79

    Motion sickness is a common ailment that many experience, especially while traveling. Let us help you prevent motion sickness before it starts. We can provide a customized treatment plan, recommend the right over-the-counter products, and write prescriptions when medically appropriate. All to help you prepare before you hit the road.

    Pre-travel consultation cheveron down

    $79–$109

    When you are planning to travel out of the country for business or pleasure, there are many things to think about. The most important part of planning for your trip is making sure you and your family stay healthy when traveling. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends talking to a health care provider 4 to 6 weeks before your trip to give you time to prepare. We can assess the travel health needs for you and your family based on where you are going. In addition to the vaccines and prescriptions you may need, we will give you information and tips to help you stay healthy when traveling. Be well prepared so you may enjoy your trip.

    Traveler's diarrhea prevention & care cheveron down

    $39–$49

    When you're traveling outside of the United States, eating and drinking may not agree with your digestive system. Dont let nausea, indigestion, upset stomach, stomach cramps, lower abdominal discomfort or diarrhea ruin the trip for you or your family. Before you leave, we can assess your health risk, prepare you with the right medicines and provide you with tips to avoid stomach related troubles.

    Typhoidcheveron down

    $122

    Typhoid fever is a serious illness contracted by eating food or drinking water contaminated by the Salmonella bacteria. It may also be spread by being in close contact with another infected person. It is most commonly found in developing areas of the world such as Asia, Africa, and Latin America. People who get Typhoid fever can become very sick with high fever, weakness, stomach pain, and headache. According to Centers of Disease Control (CDC), about 300 cases of typhoid are diagnosed in the United States each year. Most of those cases are travelers who did not take the proper precautions before leaving on their trip. The good news is that there are ways to protect yourself and reduce your risks of getting Typhoid fever. Whether traveling for business or pleasure or to visit family and friends, it is important to be prepared. We can help you protect yourself and your family before leaving on a trip.

Vaccinations & Injections cheveron down

    Birth Control Injection cheveron down

    $89

    Birth control injections are up to 99% effective when given on schedule. We make it easy to manage, with practitioners who can administer the injection 7 days a week. Just stop in with your prescription or vial when it's convenient for you.

    No known side effects.

    *Cost of birth control injection includes administrative fee. If patient arrives with medication, only $28 administration fee will be charged to patient.

    DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis) cheveron down

    $85

    The DTaP vaccine protects children under age 7 against three bacterial illnesses: tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, which is commonly referred to as whooping cough.

    No known side effects.

    Flu cheveron down

    Seasonal $30 / High dose $50

    Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu shot every year. Seasonal flu vaccines have an excellent safety record. It is especially important to get a flu shot if you, someone you live with, or someone you care for is at high risk for complications from the flu. This includes people who are pregnant, have weak immune systems, and the very young and the very old.

  • Soreness or redness at injection site
  • Aches
  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Runny Nose
  • Wheezing or coughing
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Hepatitis A cheveron down

    Adult $125 ea. / Child $98 ea.

    The hepatitis A virus can cause serious liver disease. The hepatitis A vaccine is recommended for all children who are older than 1, people living in or traveling to countries with a high prevalence of hepatitis A, people with chronic liver disease, people who are treated with clotting factors, men who have sex with men, and people who use street drugs.

  • Redness or soreness at the injection site
  • Headache
  • Loss of appetite
  • Tiredness
  • Allergic reaction (rare)
  • Hepatitis B cheveron down

    Adult $125 ea. / Child $98 ea.

    The hepatitis B virus can cause serious liver disease. The hepatitis B vaccine is recommended for everyone, from infants through adults. People at higher risk for hepatitis B infection include those with chronic kidney or liver disease, close contacts of those infected with hepatitis B, people with jobs that expose them to human blood or body fluids, people traveling to countries with a high prevalence of hepatitis B, people with HIV infection, men who have sex with men, and people who use street drugs.

  • Redness Or Soreness At The Injection Site
  • Fever
  • Allergic reaction (Rare)
  • HPV (human papillomavirus) cheveron down

    $220 ea.

    The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. HPV can cause cervical cancer in women. In men and women, it can cause less common cancers of the genitals and mouth, and can also cause warts. The HPV vaccine should be given to women ages 11-26 and men ages 11-21.

  • Redness or soreness at the injection site
  • Headache
  • Mild to moderate fever
  • Fainting
  • Allergic reaction (rare)
  • IPV (polio) cheveron down

    $95

    The polio (IPV) vaccine protects against the virus that causes poliomyelitis, commonly known as polio. It is a 4-shot series for children.

    No known side effects.

    Meningitis A/C/Y/W-135cheveron down

    $139

    The meningococcal bacteria can cause serious infections of the brain, spinal cord, and blood. Meningococcal disease is most common in infants less than 1 year old, people who are 16-21 years old, and people who don't have spleens. People living in close quarters, such as in college dormitories or in military barracks, are also at higher risk for meningococcal disease.

  • Redness or soreness at the injection site
  • Mild fever
  • Allergic reaction (rare)
  • Meningitis B cheveron down

    Bexsero $198 / Trumenba $145

    The meningococcal bacteria can cause serious infections of the brain, spinal cord, and blood. Meningococcal disease is most common in infants less than 1 year old, people who are 16-21 years old, and people who don't have spleens. People living in close quarters, such as in college dormitories or in military barracks, are also at higher risk for meningococcal disease.

  • Redness or soreness at the injection site
  • Mild fever
  • Allergic reaction (rare)
  • *Meningitis B 2-dose series vaccines are not interchangeable

    MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) cheveron down

    $115

    The MMR vaccine protects against measles, mumps and rubella. It is a 2-dose series for children. It also is recommended for adults who didn't get the childhood series.

    No known side effects.

    Pneumonia cheveron down

    Prevnar® 13 $191 / Pneumovax® 23 $100

    Pneumococcal disease can cause infections of the lungs (pneumonia), blood, and brain. Children under 2 years of age, people with certain medical conditions or weak immune systems, adults over 65, and smokers are at the highest risk for pneumococcal infections.

  • Redness or soreness at the injection site
  • Fever
  • Muscle aches
  • Shingles cheveron down

    $159

    Shingles is a painful rash, often with blisters. Shingles is caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox; if you've had chickenpox, you can get shingles. Shingles is more common in adults over 50 years of age, and people with weakened immune systems. The shingles vaccine is recommended in adults 50 years of age and older.

  • Redness or soreness at the injection site
  • Headache
  • Allergic reaction (rare)
  • Td (tetanus, diptheria)cheveron down

    $55

    The Td vaccine protects against two bacterial illnesses: tetanus and diphtheria. It is recommended for 7-10 year olds who haven't completed the DTaP primary series. All adults should get a booster dose of Td every 10 years.

    No known side effects.

    Tdap (tetanus, diptheria, pertussis) cheveron down

    $75

    The tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis vaccine (Tdap) prevents 3 diseases- tetanus (or lockjaw), diphtheria (a respiratory infection), and pertussis (whooping cough). Tdap should be given once to around the age of 11 or 12 years, or to older individuals who have never received Tdap. Pregnant women should receive a Tdap dose during every pregnancy to protect their baby from whooping cough.

  • Redness or soreness at the injection site
  • Mild to moderate fever
  • Headache
  • Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
  • Tiredness
  • Chills and body aches
  • Allergic reaction (rare)
  • Vitamin B12 injectionscheveron down

    $15

    Vitamin B12 plays a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system and in the formation of red blood cells. Lack of B12 can lead to anemia, causing you to feel tired and weak. With a prescription, our practitioners make it easy to get your injections.

    No known side effects.

Wellness & Physicals cheveron down

    Camp physicalscheveron down

    $49

    Also called pre-participation physicals, camp physicals are a great way to make sure a camper can safely participate in activities. Some camps require a physical, but even if it's not required, it's a great way to stay on top of your camper's health.

    DOT physicalscheveron down

    $89

    Many professional drivers are required to get physicals on a regular basis. Our certified practitioners make it easy for commercial drivers to fulfill Department of Transportation (DOT) regulatory requirements.

    Ear wax removalcheveron down

    $69-$79

    Ear wax protects the ear from damage and infections. But when it builds up too much, it can cause pain, dizziness or problems hearing clearly. Ear wax blockages are common, especially for people who use cotton swabs or hearing aids. Our practitioners can assess your ear and use safe methods to remove excess wax.

    Epinephrine injection pen refillscheveron down

    $69

    If you have a history of anaphylaxis and a prior prescription for an epinephrine auto injector, we can provide a refill to ensure you're prepared and protected.

    General medical exams & college physicalscheveron down

    $69

    About administrative physicals
    We make it easy to get required physicals done on your schedule. A physical can be required for many reasons such as:

    • Marriage or adoption
    • Non-commercial driver's licenses
    • Admission to a professional or trade school such as cosmetology
    • Insurance certification
    About college physicals
    Some colleges require a physical before students can start class. We make it easy for students to get the paperwork needed for registration.

    One-time medication renewalcheveron down

    $79-$119

    Whether you're traveling, in between doctor appointments or have recently moved, you may realize suddenly that you're out of your medication and don't have a refill. Because it's so important to maintain your medication schedule, we can help with a one-time refill (up to 90 days) of an ongoing, everyday prescription.

    Smoking cessationcheveron down

    Smoking cessation assessment $39 / Smoking cessation follow-up $29 ea.

    Choosing to quit is one of the most important decisions you can make. Our Start to Stop® smoking cessation program is designed to help you successfully quit on your schedule. A trained practitioner will help develop your personalized plan, set realistic goals and keep you on track. Come in to start today.

    Sports physicalscheveron down

    $49

    Also called pre-participation physicals, sport physicals are a great way to make sure an athlete can safely play. Even if your state or school doesnt require it, sports physicals also help to keep immunizations up to date and provide an opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have.

    *Plus additional laboratory fees. See service page for details.
    **Other visit fees will apply.

    TB testingcheveron down

    $15-$19

    Who wants to make an appointment for a TB (tuberculosis) test? We provide convenient, walk-in TB testing for those required to have it for work or at increased risk of becoming infected.

Women's Services cheveron down

    Birth control care cheveron down

    $39–$49

    Birth control counseling is an important part of women's health. If you want to start or change your birth control, our practitioners can help you understand the options that may be right for you. Birth control options available include pills, condoms, injections, vaginal rings and patches. When medically appropriate, our practitioners can write a prescription for the birth control method that is right for you. If you decide on the injectable method, our practitioners can get you started on this method during your visit. If you choose an IUD, implant or tubal ligation, we will refer you to your primary care provider or OB/GYN.

    Birth Control Injection cheveron down

    $89*

    Birth control injections are up to 99% effective when given on schedule. We make it easy to manage, with practitioners who can administer the injection 7 days a week. Just stop in with your prescription or vial when it's convenient for you.

    *Cost of birth control injection includes administrative fee. If patient arrives with medication, only $8 administration fee will be charged to patient.

    HPV (human papillomavirus) cheveron down

    $220 ea.

    Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is given as a series of 3 injections over 6 months. It helps protect patients under age 26 against cervical, vulvar, vaginal and anal cancers caused by 9 types of the human papillomavirus (HPV). This vaccination also helps to protect against genital warts.

    Pregnancy evaluation cheveron down

    $69**

    Could you be pregnant? Our convenient and easy pregnancy testing provides the answers you need.

    **Plus additional laboratory fees.

    Urinary tract & bladder infections cheveron down

    $69–$109

    Urinary tract infections are often caused by bacteria in the bladder. When the bladder is inflamed, you may feel burning or pain and it can feel like you need to go to the bathroom more often than usual. The infection is usually not serious but can become so if not taken care of quickly. We can assess your symptoms, diagnose and treat your condition promptly.

    Yeast Infectionscheveron down

    $69–$109

    Vaginal yeast infections are very common. The infection is caused by an organism called Candida albicans. It may be more common in women who are pregnant, taking antibiotics, on hormonal contraception or have diabetes. Yeast infections are usually not serious, but can cause great discomfort, such as itchiness, pain, unpleasant discharge and odor. We can assess your symptoms, diagnose your condition and treat it promptly.