Q&A

When is the Clinic open?

Our regular hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM

Clinic is also open on Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 2.00 PM

Where is the Clinic located?

It is located at  4851 NW 183rd St, Miami, FL 33055, just north of Palmetto Expressway. See our Contact page for  location.

How much will my visit cost?

There is no fee for the Clinic services; however we request that all patients bring cash or checks to pay for pre-negotiated discounted lab work (if needed)

Can I bring my child to the Clinic?

Yes! Clinic services are available to eligible infants and children. Pediatrician services ares available by appointment only – please call.

Can I see a specialist at the Clinic?

Referrals to specialists may be available to qualified Clinic patients. On your first visit you will be seen by a Primary Care Physician, our Resident ARNP (Registered Nurse Practitioner) or a volunteer ARNP or PA (Physician Assistant). They will refer you to a specialist if your condition warrants AND an appointment with the volunteer specialist is available.

Are blood tests and lab work available at the Clinic?

Clinic provides pre-negotiated discounted rate blood testing through Quest Diagnostic. Patients are responsible for the discounted cost which will be collected at the clinic.

Are diagnostic tests provided at the Clinic?

Clinic refers to Digital Medical Diagnostics for X-rays, CT scan, MRI, Mammography, Ultrasound, and Neurological Test.  Patients are responsible for the pre-negotiated rates.

How do I become a patient at UHI CommunityCare Clinic?

By appointment – call 305-620-7797.

Does the Clinic provide emergency services?

No, if you are having chest pain, difficulty breathing, or any other medical emergency, please call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room at a hospital.

What services are available at the Clinic?

The Clinic offers a wide range of care for most medical problems, beginning with an office visit with our nurse or one of our volunteer physicians. Lab work, tests, X-rays, procedures, nutritional counseling, and referrals to specialists are available to qualified Clinic patients as determined by Clinic practitioners.

How do I make an appointment?

You can call (305) 620-7797 and we will be happy to assist you.

Can the Clinic perform a test or procedure that my family doctor has ordered?

No, the Clinic does not perform tests or procedures ordered by outside physicians. You must be a Clinic patient to receive these services, and they must be ordered by a Clinic practitioner.

Is medication available at the Clinic?

No, The Clinic will help you obtain free or low cost medications with a referral to different pharmacies or Drug Company programs (subject to availability).

I have diabetes or another preexisting condition. Can I become a Clinic patient?

Yes! Although the clinic does not treat all medical problems, pre-existing conditions do not hinder you from becoming a Clinic patient. The Clinic staff can help you manage your chronic conditions to prevent serious complications.

Does the Clinic offer pregnancy related services?

No, the Clinic does not offer pregnancy testing, birth control, or obstetrics.

Does the Clinic offer other services for women?

The Clinic offers some women’s services, including pap smears as determined by Clinic practitioners. These referrals for female services are for established clinic patients.  Once a month, Clinic provides GYN services by appointment only.

If you have a question that is not answered here, please call Clinic at (305) 620-7797.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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