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We have preventive care programs and long-term  prescriptions and refills for all age groups.

Cough or Cold? Get medications now ..

Remedial Care 

  • Asthma    

  • Constipation    

  • Common cold 

  • Cough   

  • EpiPen refills  

  • Headache

  • Joint Aches 

  • Migraines   

  • Muscle Aches

  • Pink Eye

  • Rash  

  • Respiratory Problems

  • Sore throat 

  • Sinus headache    

  • UTI (Adult Females or Males)

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Doctor's Appointment

Urgent Care Conditions

  • Allergies  

  • Cough  

  • Cold 

  • Covid-19

  • Diarrhea  

  • Ear Pain (but not infections) 

  • Fever  

  • Flu 

  • Nausea

  • Sinus Infections 

  • Vomiting 

Preventive  Care 

  • Age-related screening recommendations  

  • Dosage changes and refills   

  • Exercise  Counselling   

  • Hormone replacement counselling  

  • Heart health counselling 

  • Lifestyle Counselling   

  • Medication list reviews, changes, or refills 

  • Pediatric issues such as colds, fever or rashes

  • Prostrate cancer risk counselling (for adult males)   

  • Pre-diabetes screening    

  • Vaccination and immunization plans and recommendations   

  • Vitamin deficiencies 

  • Weight management

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Looking for Medicine

Chronic Care

  • Allergic Asthma      

  • Chronic Fatigue   

  • Chronic anxiety or  depression 

  • Chronic Stress

  • Diabetes    

  • Exercise Counselling  

  • Heart Health  and  heart  palpitations

  • Inflammation  

  • Infectious Disease 

  • Kidney health  

  • Obesity

  • Medication Management  

  • Thyroid functioning

  • Weight Gain or Loss  Issues

Social & Emotional Health

  • Acute Stress disorder   

  • Addictions 

  • Agoraphobia

  • Anger Management 

  • Anxiety

  • Bipolar Conditions 

  • Depression 

  • Grief &Loss  

  • Insomnia

  • LGBTQ support   

  • Mood Swings 

  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)     

  • Panic disorders  

  • Restlessness 

  • Relationship issues   

  • Separation anxiety disorder    

  • Stress Management

  • Trauma     

  • Workplace Issues   

  • And more..

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Dermatological Care

  • Acne  

  • Skin Allergies  

  • Alopecia   

  • Abrasions  

  • Bruises 

  • Cellulitis  

  • Cold sores  

  • Cuts

  • Eczema 

  • Hair follicles 

  • Hives  

  • Insect bites 

  • Minor cuts 

  • Moles   

  • Psoriasis   

  • Rashes  

  • Redness   

  • Rosacea 

  • Spots  

  • Shingles   

  • Skin infections 

  • Sunburns 

  • Warts 

  • And more..

What we do not treat..

There are  various conditions that we do not treat. 


For emergency conditions, please visit an urgent care center, emergency room (ER), or schedule an in-person consultation, see your primary care physician (PCP).

We suggest that based on your condition,  visit an Urgent care center or a clinic for an in-person consultation, see your primary care physician (PCP) or  go to an emergency room  (ER). For serious or life-threatening conditions please call 911

A few conditions that we do not treat, and for which we suggest in-person consultations:

 1.   Conditions with children lfour years or younger and with fever or high temperature

 2.   Ear infections that need antibiotics 

 3.   Emergency room (ER) situations such as severe bleeding, heart attack, suicidal thoughts, severe cuts or burns,

 4.   Urinary tract infections (UTIs) in females or males

 5.   Conditions involving hallucination or active delusions

 6.   Conditions that require ADHD prescriptions or therapeutic stimulants

 7.   Chest pain or numbness

 8.   Traumatic spinal cord or brain injury

 9.   Coughing or vomiting blood

 10. Bone fractures

 11. Loss of consciousness

We also do not prescribe several medications, including, but not limited to the following:

 1.  DEA controlled medication (see especially those that have no currently accepted medical use, have a high potential for abuse, are classified as being dangerous, or can potentially lead to severe psychological or physical dependencies. 

 2.  Medical marijuana

 3.  Erectile dysfunction medications

 4.  Some anti-viral medications

 5.  Medicines to treat ADHD, sleep disorders, or hallucinations

 6.  Weight loss medications

 7.  Detox medications for example methadone or suboxone,

 8.  Stimulants

 9.  Muscle relaxants or such as pseudoephedrine.

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