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We Offer Quality Walk-in Care Even if You Don't Have Insurance

We offer quality, walk-in medical care, even for those who don't have insurance.

If you don’t have health insurance, you may think there’s not much you can do to get good medical care. This isn’t true. At Life Point Medical, LLC in Clayton, Georgia, we believe everyone deserves top-notch health care, whether or not they have health insurance.

If you have no insurance, you’ll receive the same high-quality care we provide all of our patients. We treat many kinds of medical conditions, and we charge low rates and have no hidden fees.

How we offer quality health care to patients without insurance

Our method is easy and straightforward. We charge a flat rate for services, and we’re open about our fees. You’ll never have to worry about hidden fees. You won’t get a bill in the mail for services you don’t remember receiving.

We tell you up front exactly how much a service costs and what the service entails. For example, an annual wellness visit costs $300. For that fee, you get basic lab work and two appointments to be sure all of your health needs are covered.

An annual visit generally focuses on preventive health care and making sure you don’t have signs of chronic disease. But you don’t have to spend $300. We have other options and charge a lower rate for a one-time office visit and other services.

If you’re sick or injured, just walk in

We do more than welcome uninsured patients. We go out of our way to be sure you get the expert medical care you need when you need it. Whether you wake up feeling miserable, you get injured, or you have a fever, you can just walk in. Or, if you prefer, you can schedule a same-day appointment.

Whenever you need urgent care, you don’t need to think twice about where to go for help. You have a medical home here at Life Point Medical, LLC, regardless of whether or not you have insurance.

Here’s a look at the services we provide

Patients who are uninsured have access to the same services and quality care as those with health insurance. We offer annual wellness exams to prevent health problems and same-day appointments for common conditions, such as colds, urinary tract infections, skin rashes, and injuries.

In addition to acute health concerns, we provide ongoing treatment for chronic health conditions, such as:

When you have a chronic disease, the best way to keep it under control is with a multifaceted approach that includes diet, exercise, and supplements when needed. We work closely with patients to develop treatment plans they can stick with for the long run. We also prescribe medications that are carefully chosen to support your physical care.

We’re especially proud of a unique service here at Life Point Medical, LLC — our patient care coordinators. A personal coordinator is available to stay with you and make sure you’re comfortable throughout your time in the office.

The health care professionals at Life Point Medical, LLC are dedicated to changing the way medicine is delivered, and they’re determined to make sure you get great health care even when you don’t have insurance. If you have any questions, call the office. Otherwise, come on in, meet us, and let us take care of your health needs.

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