What is LuminCARE?
LuminCARE treats patients who have an injury or illness that requires immediate care but is not serious enough to warrant a visit to the emergency room. LuminCARE also provides wellness services like vaccinations, B-12 shots, flu shots and sports physicals. LuminCARE is a walk-in, physician staffed medical convenient care clinic that does not require appointments. We are committed to providing the highest quality medical care when you need it.
When should I go to LuminCARE?
What services are available?
When you want to see an experienced physician right away at your convenience.
When you can’t get a timely appointment with your primary care physician.
When you don’t have time to wait in a hospital emergency room.
When your ailment is not severe enough to warrant an emergency room visit.
Patients should come to LuminCARE when the injury or illness is urgent, but not life-threatening. Typical examples include cuts, lacerations, wounds, sprains, minor burns, colds, cough, flu, diarrhea, infections and illnesses. For a minor illness or injury that requires immediate medical attention, LuminCARE is here for you. Consider this – in most cases your LuminCARE co-payment will be lower than a visit to a traditional emergency room.
When should I go to the emergency room instead?
For all life-threatening conditions such as chest pain, stroke-like symptoms, sudden dizziness, sudden weakness or loss of balance, fainting, seizures, excessive bleeding, severe burns, excessive vomiting and vomiting blood as well as severe abdominal pain, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Who will care for me at LuminCARE?
LuminCARE is staffed by highly trained and experienced medical professionals. We are equipped with on-site diagnostic X-ray room with same-day results, on-site pharmacy and lab services as well as procedure rooms.
What types of insurance do you accept?
We have contracts with most major insurance carriers in our area including Medicare.
What if I do not have insurance?
LuminCARE accepts cash and all major credit cards. We offer affordable self-pay rates for patients who do not have insurance.
What to Bring?
In order to begin getting you feeling better and back to your schedule, here are a few things you’ll need to bring to your visit.
- A valid form of identification
- Insurance card (most insurance accepted, but not required)
- Method of payment
- Completed patient forms