Yes! We would love to see you, your friends and family.

Yes, of course!! In fact, we believe that knowing the whole family and understanding family dynamics is invaluable to provide comprehensive care to the individual.

Yes. In almost all cases, some payment is required at the visit, whether it is a deductible, a co-pay, or payment for any non-covered services. Please read our patient financial responsbility.

In most cases, we provide same day appointments due to open access scheduling. You can pre-fill some of the information using the pre-registration and consent forms on the web site if it is your first visit to the practice.

We also see all patients who walk in without an appointment.

If you are an established patient and would like to schedule a visit, please do so using the secure patient portal.

No. We do not perform obstetrical care. If you become pregnant, we can refer you to a local obstetrician.

Yes. We provide all standard immunizations including: pediatric immunizations, tetanus shots, and travel vaccines.

For your convenience we do a variety of rapid return labs in our office, such as rapid strep throat screens and cultures, blood glucose testing, influenza testing, urinalysis, pregnancy tests, mono test, and more.  We also offer onsite X Ray and Ultrasound services. Further labs and blood work are drawn on-site and are processed by our lab partners Health Diagnostic Laboratories and Lab Corp.

Yes. Typically, a total body skin check is part of your comprehensive medical exam. If we detect a worrisome skin lesion or mole, we will often recommend a skin biopsy.

Yes. We do comprehensive medical exams on males and females of all ages.

Sports, camp, and daycare physicals are offered at a flat rate of $45. These visits are not billed to your insurance company. We are open 7 days a week for physicals and no appointments are necessary.

Flu Shots are offered to all, including children over the age of 6 months. No appointment necessary.

Yes. We provide limited travel vaccines based on CDC recommendations. These include immunizations like Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, meningococcal, and tetanus. In addition, we will provide you with appropriate medications (including anti-malarial and anti-diarrheal medications as indicated). Some immunizations require 2 or more doses several months apart so please make an appointment with us as soon as you know you are going to be traveling. Click here for more information.

Yes. We provide a full spectrum well-woman care, including pap smears, pelvic exams and breast examinations. Our Medical Director Dr Rumki Banerjee has extensive experience in womens health and practiced for several years as a womens health physician before joining Apex MD.

Yes! We treat patients of all ages 18 months and above to include pediatrics, adolescent, adult and geriatric care.  In addition to treating acute medical problems in kids (such as colds, rashes, ear infections, broken bones, etc), we provide well-child care.

Yes. Most major insurance plans are accepted. We will also file your claim for you; however, any co-pays, deductibles, or non-covered services must be paid at time of services rendered. We also accept Cash, Checks, Visa, and MasterCard. We encourage you to review our financial policy in the forms section.

No. But, with our daily walk-in hours, including on weekends, we are an economical alternative to Urgent Care. We are a patient focussed convenient primary care center with extended hours. We provide convenience of Urgent Care without the higher cost or copays! With Open Access scheduling you can schedule a visit with your primary care doctor same day. No more waits for days, weeks or months.

Apex MD is a Family Medicine practice with Open Access scheduling for all patients - a medical home for your family. We have board certified Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Medical Assistants that strive to provide you with a continuity of care for both your acute and chronic medical problems as well as check-ups. For your convenience, we are open 7 days a week, we have convenient walk-in hours and we perform many outpatient procedures in our office.

Urgent care centers traditionally see patients only for acute illness and injuries and are not designed to provide a medical home for families. At Apex MD, we do provide many of services found at Urgent care centers but in some instances (such as suspected fractures, major burns and other major injures) Apex MD will always refer you to most appropriate facility or provider for evaluation of acute injury or illness when it is medically necessary.

MD, or Doctor of Medicine, is one of the physician designations (like DO) that identifies a physician who has completed medical school and appropriate advanced training. MDs complete four years of medical school and at least three additional years of residency training and then may be certified as specialists in such fields as family medicine, emergency medicine, pediatrics, orthopedics and so forth.

DO, or Doctor of Osteopathy, is fully trained in all aspects of medicine, just like an MD. DO's receive additional training in structural medicine, and are certified as well to do manipulation. They take a holistic approach to medicine, looking at the whole patient to determine the best treatment plan. DO's, like MD's, complete at least three years of residency and obtain certification in all medical specialties including family medicine, emergency medicine, pediatrics, orthopedics and so forth.

PA, or Physician Assistant, is a health care professional licensed to practice medicine with physician supervision. As part of their comprehensive responsibilities, PA's conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventive health care, assist in surgery and in virtually all states can write prescriptions. Within the physician-PA relationship, physician assistants exercise autonomy in medical decision making and provide a broad range of diagnostic and therapeutic services. A PA's practice may also include education, research and administrative services.

NP, or Nurse Practitioner, designates a Registered Nurse with advanced education and training, who practices in all specialty areas to assess, diagnose, and treat patients of all ages and with all types of health needs. NPs have a minimum of a Masters Degree in Nursing and National Certification to practice in an advanced role.

We see all ages of patients, from infants to seniors. We manage a wide variety of medical conditions from chronic illnesses (such as diabetes, hypertension, thyroid disease, coronary artery disease, asthma, etc.) to acute problems (such as respiratory infections, musculoskeletal injuries, rashes, headaches, etc).

A New Patient is one who has not received any professional services from any Apex MD physician and is visiting us for the first time. An Established Patient is one who has received professional services from an  Apex MD physician and is registered with us.

 
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