Urgent Care Telehealth Consultations Now Available
Compassionate Certification Centers, through an exclusive partnership with D&P Medical Group, is now pleased to offer Urgent Care related telehealth consultations and telemedicine treatment options, available from the comfort of your own home.
Scheduled appointments now available with board-certified emergency medicine physicians to evaluate and treat patients located in any state. Our board-certified emergency physicians are able to perform evaluations and prescribe testing and medications, all from a simple telehealth platform.
Patients can be evaluated from the comfort of their own homes while avoiding unnecessary exposure or transmission risk during the current COVID-19 outbreak.
Our physicians are on standby to assist with the following list of urgent care related symptoms:
COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Infected people have had a wide range of symptoms, which may include a fever, chills, fatigue, and loss of taste or smell. During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, we have taken steps to make it easier to provide telehealth services to our patients.
Cough, Cold & Flu
These are the most common symptoms found often among people around the world. With our telehealth consultations, we can help you identify your flu-like symptoms before making an office visit. The diagnosis and treatment of these conditions is relatively straightforward. Whether you need to make an office visit or use home remedies, we can guide you in the right direction.
Abdominal Pain, Nausea & Other Gastrointestinal Ailments
Whether it’s food poisoning, gastritis, an ulcer, or an other gastrointestinal ailment our urgent care team is here to help. Don’t let the pain linger. Contact us at 888-316-9085 (extension 8) to schedule an appointment with one of our physicians today.
Urinary Tract Infections & Genitourinary Related Ailments
The term ‘genitourinary’ refers to genital and urinary organs. These conditions may affect your urethra, kidneys, bladder, and/or prostate. Frequent urination, burning urine, and lower abdominal pain are possible symptoms. Our physicians are here to assist with possible treatment options. Contact us today to get started.
Skin Disorders, Rashes & Allergic Reactions
Rashes can be caused by a number of things, such as exposure to poison ivy, an allergic reaction to medication, or a nutrient deficiency. Eczema and hives, both of which are related to allergies, are two of the most common types of skin rashes. If your skin condition is the result of an allergy, then we invite you to reach out to one of our physicians so that they can diagnose and treat your condition.
Asthma, COPD, Bronchitis & Other Respiratory Related Ailments
Respiratory illness is one of the most common problem in the United States. In many cases, people are genetically more likely to get respiratory conditions, but your lifestyle can also play a big role. Our physicians are here to help evaluate your ailment and provide guidance on possible treatment options.
An open wound is an injury involving an external or internal break in body tissue, usually involving the skin. Most open wounds are minor and can be treated at home. For more serious wounds, we advise that you immediately schedule a wound care consultation so it does not get infected.
It’s important for anyone who has a head injury to be evaluated by a doctor, even if emergency care isn’t required. Our physicians will evaluate your signs and symptoms, review your medical history, and conduct a neurological examination. For more information, schedule a telehealth consultation today at 888-316-9085 (extension 8).
Strains, Sprains & Other Musculoskeletal Ailments
While a strain is an injury to the ligament, a sprain is injury to a muscle or tissue. Overstretching, falling, or twisting might result in a sprain or a strain. Other musculoskeletal ailments include bone fractures, cracks, and ligament tears. If you are suffering from any of these ailments, then we recommend contacting one of our physicians.
Frequently Asked Questions
We’re here to help! See below for common questions and answers we’ve received from our patients:
Why go through Compassionate Certification Centers for allergy testing or urgent care services instead of my Primary Care Physician?
We’ve had countless patients ask us if we could see them for routine visits. While we are not your Primary Care Physician, we do offer some services that can be difficult for patients to schedule within their Primary Care Physician’s health network. Many specialists have long wait list or absurd fees – but Compassionate Certification Centers can get you in sooner, so you’ll be feeling better, faster.
Does insurance cover urgent care telemedicine appointments?
Yes, it does only cannabis-related services are restricted from insurance billing.
How do I schedule for urgent care appointments?
The same way you schedule other appointments with us, by calling 888-316-9085, but this time use extension 8. If you forget the extension number, it’s okay our team will re-route your call appropriately.
Billing & Insurance Provider Information
Co-pays taken over the phone or billed. We accept all major insurance for non-cannabis related health care including:
- UPMC for You
- Health America
- And more